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LGBTQR+ inclusive permanent make up Brighton Jemma Jarman

PERMANENT MAKE UP FOR ALL

Permanent makeup, also known as cosmetic tattooing, can be a wonderfully life changing option for transgender women who perhaps lack confidence with their ability to apply make up & want to enhance their facial features and achieve an effortless daily ‘made up’ look. Permanent makeup will save you time, stress and effort on daily makeup routines and boost your confidence tremendously.

Jemma would love to hear from you, book a free consultation with Jemma to discuss your needs. Jemma understands diversity, she is compassionate and empathetic to all, reviews from previous clients often refer to how she makes an individual feel. Meeting your expectations and needs is paramount to the treatment Jemma delivers and her authentically caring manner.

While permanent makeup is often associated with enhancing traditionally feminine features, there are several procedures that can be beneficial for transgender men as well. These procedures focus on creating a more masculine appearance, often by adding definition and structure to the brows: This can be achieved through techniques like eyebrow microblading or powder brows, which create the illusion of fuller, thicker brows.

POPULAR AREAS FOR PERMANENT MAKE UP FOR TRANSGENDER INDIVIDUALS

Eyebrows: Brow shaping and filling can create a more defined and feminine arch, framing the face and opening up the eyes. Techniques like powder brows or microblading can achieve a natural hair stroke look.

 

Eyeliner tattooing: can add subtle or bold definition to the lash line. Naturally defying or bold winged or smokey eyeliner options are available.
 

Lips: Lip blushing or lip liner tattoos can enhance the shape and fullness of the lips, adding a natural flush of color or a bolder, defined look.
 

Areola: Following breast augmentation surgery, permanent makeup can create realistic-looking areolas, including nipple definition, detail and shading.

 

Scar camouflage: Permanent makeup can be used to camouflage scars from facial feminisation surgery or other procedures.

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THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE GETTING PERMANENT MAKEUP

  • Consultation: It is important to have a thorough consultation with a qualified and experienced permanent makeup artist who specialises in working with transgender clients. Discuss your desired outcome, expectations, and any concerns you may have.

  • Medical history: Inform the artist of your medical history, including any allergies or medications you are taking.

  • Procedure: The procedure itself is typically minimally invasive and involves using a fine needle to implant pigment into the skin. Topical anesthetic is usually applied to minimise discomfort.

  • Healing: The healing process takes several weeks, and it is important to follow the aftercare instructions carefully to ensure optimal results.

  • Results: Permanent makeup will fade over time, typically requiring touch-ups every 1-3 years.

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