Hello there,

I’ve been using Natural Vegetable Pigments, especially for brows, since coming back from the Balkans (but I digress).  I”m excited because colour does hold well, and looks lovely and natural. Most of all, my clients are happy. Of course, I need to check this out personally for some time yet but the pigments are first class.  In some circumstances, I’m also using iron oxides. Why the change? Recently, micro-blading or semi-permanent make-up has gone viral as a career choice. Not everyone is ideally suited to this vocation, and not everyone knows how to style brows, liner, or lips, to start. Worse though, is when colour isn’t well matched it can result in strange, faded results.  I do see a lot of the above. Correction required work from elsewhere has taken up a lot of time;  is not fast nor easy to do, especially with unreasonably high expectations from already disappointed people. Non-iron oxide pigments over the years, have shown me natural fade (no weird colours) and last longer. These are big pluses in anyone’s language. They are known internationally too and I”m loving the results.

Come in and try them out, and if you bring in a new client for micr0-blading, your second appointment is FREE till further notice.  Xmas is all but here, see you soon.

P.S  the women in the Balkans had beautiful hair and brows and eye-lashes. I saw only one cosmetic tattoo shop and no fake lashes!