Semi-Permanent Makeup

Semi-Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup is also widely known as semi-permanent make-up, micropigmentation, skin tattooing or SPMU.

The art of placing colour pigments into the dermal layers of the skin for a long lasting cosmetic effect has been used for centuries and has many names.

LCN call it Permanent Makeup as the effects are very long lasting and the treatments should be seen as permanent.

Cosmetic Treatment Applications

These treatments are designed to enhance the natural facial features, they are not designed to look like you are wearing makeup.
Heavy application of permanent makeup is not advised.

You can still wear cosmetic makeup in a conventional way, to create an evening look, for example, allowing you to keep up with current trends.


Thin sparse eyebrows from years of over plucking can be easily rectified with carefully applied permanent makeup. Imagine never having to draw your eyebrows in again! Scars through the brow can be easily camouflaged with carefully drawn hair strokes.


Skillful application of pigment between the lashes creates a thicker lash line for clients with sparse lashes. Permanent eyeliner on the top or bottom lash line provides a youthful appearance.


Lips that have lost their youthful pout can be enhanced with careful shading and colour choice, defining the lip line without the use of fillers. Scars through the lip line can be camouflaged to restore their definition.


LCN Permanent Makeup


Great for people that pencil in their brows because of alopecia or sparse brows with some hair loss.


Lip liner

When you want to define your natural lipline.


Eyeliner top lid

For permanent eyeliner with a natural look or a stronger outline.


Eyeliner lower lid

Outline the lower lid instead of always having to use a pencil.


Eyeliner top & lower lids

Brilliant for those who wear glasses or suffer from allergies.


Eyelash Enhancements

The pigment is place in the lash line. You lashes appear thicker and fuller without using mascara.


You must have a consultation and patch test at least 24 hours before your procedure. A top up treatment is normally required approximately 6 weeks later, which is included in the price.


Gift Vouchers are available.