What happens during a Micropigmentation (Semi Permanent Make-Up) treatment?
Your first appointment with a practitioner should be a consultation to discuss your requirements and expectations from micropigmentation. Your practitioner should explain the treatment process and take notes on your medical history to make sure that there are no reasons why you shouldn’t undergo micropigmentation. If necessary, cosmetic pencils can be applied to simulate the results of the treatment and you should be shown a portfolio of their work. You will also discuss your skin tone, in order to ascertain the correct choice of pigment. Make sure that you obtain as much information as necessary to enable you to make a fully informed decision about this procedure and whether it can achieve the results you’d like. The procedure On the day of treatment you would normally be asked to sign a consent form which means that you have understood the future benefits and possible risks associated with the procedure. Photographs of the area to be treated may also be taken by the practitioner for