Paramedical Makeup

Also known as Paramedical or Medical Tattooing, overcome self-consciousness due to hair or pigment loss, surgery scars, breast surgery, mastectomy or Alopecia. Paramedical Micropigmentation can help restore features lost or damaged through accident or illness. Clever and artistic placement of colour or hair strokes can disguise and camouflage these issues, restoring confidence and self-esteem.

The past decade has seen most males realizing the importance of grooming and the benefits that come from taking care of their appearance. Men are increasingly choosing micro-pigmentation procedures to both correct and camouflage scars, missing hair in the eyebrows, hairline and facial beard area, as well as a surgery free way of improving overall appearance.

Though a scar represents a hurt over, a wound healed and done with, there is no need to carry it for life. Don’t suffer embarrassment, diminished self-esteem or being anything less than your former self. Help is at hand to help you achieve a full recovery of body and soul.

Scalp Micropigmentation/ Micro Hair Simulation

An innovative procedure whereby tiny hairs are realistically simulated, creating the effect of natural looking hair. Often used to treat Alopecia, it is also used to restore the brows and lash-lines of people undergoing chemotherapy. This procedure can also be used to conceal and camouflage scars (also scars from hair transplant surgery) since it replicates missing patches of hair in the eyebrows, scalp (and the beard in men).

Micro Hair Simulation is the newest treatment suitable for areas on short hair growth, thinning hair, gaps and & bald patches leaving the treated area looking as there is real hair there. The technique creates an incredibly natural looking simulation of micro hairs by replicating a short hair growing from the follicle that blends beautifully with the surrounding hair.

Scars & Burns Camouflage

Paramedical tattoo can be used to help camouflage small to medium sized scars and burns on the face and body, providing that the scar is light in colour, mature (at least 6 months old) and is not overly large. Custom-blended pigments are skillfully applied to the scar area to blend in with the surrounding skin, helping to make the scars less noticeable.

Cleft Lip Micropigmentation

This innovative medical tattooing procedure is a great option for post cleft lip and cleft pallet repair. It begins when lip augmentation surgery ends. With the use of safe medical grade non color changing inks, Evelyn will place a small amount of ink in the perfect places to give the appearance of a symmetrical lip shape and also hide surgical scars.

The pigments are inserted into the dermal layer of the skin and your cleft lip repair treatment will take around an hour or more, but this depends greatly on the area of skin that is being treated and the individual. Cleft lip repair is relatively painless, although our experienced micropigmentation specialist will advise you that there may be some discomfort. Our initial consultation process has been designed to put you at ease so that at every point during your cleft lip repair treatment you will feel as though you are in safe hands.

The treated skin may swell slightly after treatment but this is perfectly normal. It should return to its normal state within a few days, but if you have any concerns then our team is on hand to answer any questions that you may have.

Vitiligo Repigmentation

Most often occurring on the face, hands and feet, Vitiligo can cause distress and embarrassment. Providing that the Vitiligo area is not overly large and has been in remission for at least 1 year, custom blended pigments are skillfully placed into the de-pigmented skin to provide camouflage and making it less noticeable.

Areola Repigmentation

May also be called Areola Tattooing, Areola Micropigmentation, Areola Pigmentation, Areola Recoloring, Areola Restoration, or Areola Simulation, this procedure helps improve the appearance and self-esteem of both women and men who have undergone breast surgery. Areola Repigmentation techniques can “create” an areola after breast reconstruction, minimize the appearance of scars, or restore an areola to a more natural looking color and shape.