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"Love of Beauty is taste, The creation of Beauty is ART"

Permanent makeup

What is permanent makeup?
Permanent cosmetic makeup is the art and science of implanting colour into your skin. Sometimes you will see permanent make-up referred to as "cosmetic tattooing" or ‘semi-permanent make-up, as the result can fade over time. We use specialised sterile instruments to place hypoallergenic colour pigments into the deeper layer of skin. Over a 10 day period, the colour will slowly fade as it is naturally exfoliated from your skin, leaving the true colour embedded in the dermis. You will need to return one month later for a control procedure, during which the colour may be balanced if needed for free. At your initial appointment, your brows lip or eyes area will be cleansed and prepped with a pre-numbing cream. Upon consultation, color will be applied to your forehead and allowed to sit for the numbing period (20-30 minutes). Having the right color is most vital and must align with your natural skin tone and hair color. Your eyebrow color will be custom-blended, numbing cream removed and now is the time for your eyebrow design. Once you have approved the eyebrow design and the application technique, it’s time to tattoo! After you will look and feel like the best version of yourself! A great number of clients do not take anytime off, go straight into work the next day and no one notices. Generally the colour is much darker during its first week of healing
Does permanent makeup hurt?
We would love to swear to you that it doesn't... unfortunately everyone does have different tolerance levels. On average though 90% of clients barely even feel it! Eyebrows would be the easiest, often we hear "It’s just like they are being tweezed!". Eyeliner, the most common description we get is "It feels tickly!!!!!" or "just itchy". The lip colour would be the most sensitive area as unfortunately the lips are so vascular. Anesthetic cream before and during the treatment
How long will my permanent makeup last?
It depends how many treatments you have had. More treatments mean more ink/pigment will absorb to your skin will guarantee longer lasting results. But like with many procedures, there are few factors that will prolong or shorten the expected durability. For example if you are older and your metabolism is slower Permanent Make Up can last longer. If you are younger and your metabolism is faster this means that Permanent Make Up might least less. Often sunbathing / tanning may also result in colour pigment fading.
Who is suitable for Permanent makeup?
Clients with a heart condition, diabetic, epilepsy and pregnancy would all be contraindicated. If a client has a history of cold sores this would need to be treated with oral medication 3 days prior to the procedure and 3 days after. (Lip Procedure) Contraindications for permanent makeup procedures: Diabetes. Poor blood clotting. Illness. Keloid scar on area for permanent makeup. Epilepsy. High blood pressure. Pregnancy. Allergy for ledocain. Latisse: This medication may cause discoloration of the skin and may decrease the time between touchups. Lasik: Wait about 3 months for eyeliner procedure. All other permanent makeup procedures are ok. Cancers/Chemotherapy: Doctor's clearance may be necessary. Shingles (varicella): If you have shingles on your face, wait several months to get permanent makeup. Eyelift or blepharoplasty: Wait about 3 months. Eyelash extensions: AFTER permanent makeup, not before. Or remove them before your procedure. Pinkeye: As soon as their infection has cleared, medication completed. Cold Sores: Clients must take virus meds prior to lip procedure. Your doctor can prescribe Meds
Is permanent make up safe?
Yes, the strictest hygiene and sterilisation standards are followed and pre-packed, sterile cartridges are used for each client. Clients can be offered an allergy test prior to treatment. As with any procedure that is breaking the skin, there will always be a risk of infection post procedure. Although the treatment room is considered sterile, the world we live in is not.
General pre treatment
Most clients are advised to apply an antiviral medication such as Heviran tablets 400-800mg two times daily 3 days before and 3 days after treatment. Before the procedure, do a gentle pilling of the lips to be moisturized and smooth. Clients may prefer to avoid booking appointments when physical sensitivity is high, for example, prior to menstruation or following surgery, an injury or dental work. Do not wear contact lenses during or immediately following the eyeliner procedure. Please remember to bring glasses if required. Any tweezing or waxing should be done at least 48 hours prior to the procedure; electrolysis no less then 5 days before. Any eyelash or eyebrow tinting should be done no sooner than 48 hours before or two weeks after the procedure. Do not take medications contains salicylic acid (example: ASPIRIN, DISPIRIN) 5 days before treatment.. If you are unsure as to whether any of these points affect you, please consult your doctor or contact Renaissance for further information. Apply a thick layer of anaesthetic cream to the area being treated at least one hour before treatment. Alcohol should not be consumed for at least 24hours before the pigmentation. Smoking and consuming coffee should also be avoided
Post treatment care
Hot showers, hot baths, Jacuzzis and saunas etc are to be avoided for at least 24 hours. To prevent infection, do not touch affected areas and avoid make up on treated areas for 2-4 days after procedure. If the skin is broken or a blister appears the area should be kept lubricated to prevent crusting or scabbing of tissue. If swelling does occur, Cold packs, Aloe Vera or any other cooling preparation may be used to ease temporary discomfort. Do not pick any flaky/dry skin as the pigment will also be removed. After pigmentation please avoid visits to you cosmetician, sauna and solarium for 14 days. Avoid Chlorinated water and intensive sunlight exposure as this might negatively affect the colour results. If sun exposure is unavoidable, please use sun protection with a high Spf. Clients should use sun block on eyebrows,SPF on lips and wear sunglasses for eyeliner treatments immediately following procedures. Makeup can be applied as long as the skin is not broken. Makeup can also serve as an additional sun block. Clients planning to undertake any of the following procedures after their treatment should always inform their physician that they have recently undergone semi-permanent make-up treatments:Botox or collagen (injections can alter the position of eyebrows and lip-liner). Facial laser hair removal (This can fade and change the shape of your lip or brow procedure). Laser treatments or other skin procedures, plastic surgery, peels or implants (some procedures may affect semi-permanent make-up). MRIorCATscans (low percentage of improper test results). Blood donation should not be considered for one year following treatment.

For 10 days following application of permanent cosmetics:
- Use the aftercare cream 1-2 times a day with a cotton bud for 10days! If you experience any itching, swelling, blistering, or any other complications,stop using the cream!You may be allergic to it!
- Do not touch the pigmented area with your fingers to avoid an infection. Sanitize your hands regularly!
- No make-up, tinting of lashes or brows, sun exposure, sunbed, soap, sauna, steam, exercise, Jacuzzi, swimming in chlorine pools. Try to keep the tattoed site away from water and moist!
- Do not rub or traumatize the procedure area, pigment may be removed along with crusting tissue.
- Do not use ANY products that contain AHA’s, Retinol A or similar lightening and peeling products on the procedure area. Example: Lactic Acids, Glycolic. It will fade your pigment colour.
- Do not use mascara/eyeshadow for 10 days post eyeliner procedure.
- Do not use your eyelash curler for a few days pre- and post eyeliner procedure. Clean your eyelash curler with alcohol prior to reusing it to destroy any bacteria on it.
- Do not wear contact lenses for 24 hours post eyeliner procedure, wear glasses.
- Do not go for eyelash extensions for 4 weeks post eyeliner or eyebrow procedure!
- If you ever had chicken pox, a fever blister, or a cold sore, you must take Zovirax, Famvir or Valtrex or other anti-viral pre and post lip procedure to prevent the outbreak of cold sores! If you do have an outbreak, it will usually occur the 3rd day after the treatment as well as after each touch up.
- Do not eat citrus fruits and juices, greasy, salty, oily, or spicy foods until your lips are completely healed!
- While eating or drinking, do not constantly wipe your lips with a napkin or keep licking your lips as this will impede the healing process! Make sure the glasses you drink out of are clean!
- Be careful when brushing your teeth. Toothpaste may pull the pigment out of the lip vermilion. Also, do not bleach your teeth and do not plan visit to your denstist while your lips are healing.
- Keep lips well lubricated for at least 2 weeks post procedure. (SC lip balm is a good choice!)
- No smoking and kissing while lips are healing!
- Use a “ sun block” after the treated area has healed to prevent future fading of pigment colour.

Failure to follow the above advice will result in less than desired results. Remember all procedures must HEAL, PEAL, and FADE! This process may take up to 28 days! The treated area will appear much darker for the first 5-7 days as the crust has pigment colour, blood and lymph in it. After the area peels, the colour will be 30-60%lighter. Touch up visits should be scheduled between 30-45 days post procedure. All PMU procedures are two or three step processes! Results are not determined until touch-up applications are completed. If you experience anything out of the ordinary phone your physician/GP! If you are blood donor, you may not give blood for 1 year following your PMU application (as per RED CROSS).
Example of form which you will have to fill before

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About me

Certified linergist and eyelash stylist

My work has become my passion

Helping my customers, improving their appearance and self-esteem

Karolina Drelich

Few Words About Me

You are all very welcome to my Beauty Salon. I graduated from Art School and I am a certified linergist and eyelash stylist. My work has become my passion. My main goal is helping my customers, improving their appearance and self-esteem. I always attempt to create nice and friendly atmosphere so that my customers are relaxed and happy with the treatment they receive. Please get familiar with my offer!
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Price List



- Microblading - €120 -

- Hairstroke - €170 -

- Ombre - €150 -

- Traditional Methods -

Tattoo €140 -

Touch Ups:

*** 1st Touch Up €60 ***
*** 2nd Touch Up (if necessary) up to €60 ***

eyelashes extension

Eyelashes Extension

- 1:1 - € 45 -

- 2D -€ 50 -

- 3D -€ 55 -


Refill up to 4 weeks:

*** 1:1 €30 ***
*** 2D €35 ***
*** 3D €40 ***
*** After 4 weeks full price ***

lash lift

Lash Lift

- € 35 -



Unit 3, O’Casey Avenue
Parkwest Industrial Est, Dublin 12


087 768 0640


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