Helen Robinson is a specialist in permanent cosmetics and aesthetics, initially training with Finishing Touches Group one of the leading cosmetic and medical tattooing specialists attaining a diploma of excellence, she has trained and researched extensively in her chosen field, going on to advanced training with Nouveau Contour and also training in the prestigious Harley Street. Most recently mastering the art of microblading.
As well as specialising in cosmetic tattooing: eyebrows, eyeliner and lips, Helen has learned the art of medical tattooing which includes: areola enhancement, cleft lip reconstruction, scalp camouflage, vitiligo camouflage and scar relaxation.
Also qualified in LVL lashes & HD brows, A-Lift anti ageing facials & Meso Vytal skin rejuvenation therapy, Microneedling also know as collagen induction therapy (CTI), advanced skin care and facial peels.
Helen is known for her calm and professional manner, and with her natural ability for art and detail you will leave her clinic safe in the knowledge that you have received the best possible care.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Do This?
Everyone wants to look their best naturally. Think of how convenient it would be to enjoy perfectly shaped eyebrows, beautifully defined eyes, enviable eyelashes and contoured lips – all with out having to wear any make up. The effect achieved is subtle, soft and perfectly in place permanent make up. No smudging, no mess, no problem.
How Long Will It Last?
Permanent make-up can last for many years depending on a variety of factors including skin type, amount of sun exposure and lifestyle. Helen recommends colour refresher treatments every twelve to eighteen months to maintain perfect results.
Is It Safe?
All the procedures and treatments are totally safe. Colour pigments are made of natural minerals and are specifically selected for their safe non-toxic hypo-allergenic properties. They are trusted by technicians and cosmetic surgeons throughout the world. Ophthalmologists recommend eye procedures for women with sensitive eyes.
Does It Hurt?
Each procedure is performed with your comfort in mind. Helen applies anaesthetic prior to treatment to minimise discomfort.
How Long Will It Take?
Treatment duration varies depending on the procedure. Time taken includes the consultation where the colour and shape are chosen, numbing time, insertion of pigment and after care. Much time is taken deciding on the shape and colour to ensure a perfect result that you are completely 100% satisfied with.