Micropigmentation (cosmetic tattooing)

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Micropigmentation is a specialised tattooing process where pigments are implanted into the skin to create a lasting shape and colour.
Our qualified beauty therapist Angela Millar specialises in micropigmentation for eyebrows and eyeliner. 
Eyebrows, as you know, frame the face so this procedure is ideal for people with light-coloured, uneven or non-existent eyebrows. Permanent eyebrows can bring perfect balance to the shape of your face and the technique is so advanced it’s hard to tell whether it’s your own hair or not.
Permanent eyeliner can enhance the shape and look of your eyes. It can be applied to the upper and/or lower eyelid. A range of colours allows you to choose from a natural or a darker, more dramatic look. Permanent eyeliner never smears and means you can get up in the morning and are ready to go! 
Cosmetic tattooing is ideal for anyone – whether you have a medical condition like alopecia, allergies to cosmetics or awkward scarring, or simply want to save time in the morning. The art of permanent makeup is becoming increasingly popular and demand is high in Christchurch.

At KM Surgical, your permanent makeup procedure takes place in a friendly, clean, professional medical environment with access to the latest in anaesthetic creams.

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