It will depend on the complexity of your case to be corrected such as an uneven or unflattering shape, if the pigment colour is incorrect or if the pigment is too saturated. Correcting your previous procedure could take from 3 to 8 sessions spread up to 4 weeks apart. It may be also possible to lighten it using special techniques to accelerate pigment for fading.
In many cases we are able to correct cosmetic tattooing mistakes, so do not hesitate to contact us for Permanent Makeup or Micropigmentation advice and corrective treatments whenever possible. Please get in touch and book a free consultation to assess the treatment that suits you best. If we feel we cannot meet a client’s expectations we will always advise this to avoid any disappointment.
There can be multiple reasons; an unqualified artist, lack of experience, wrong pigment colour, a shape that doesn’t match your features and so on. Not all Permanent Makeup practitioners have the depth of experience collected from years of practice. Practitioners of a lower level may be excellent at the treatments, but not skilled or confident enough to tackle a correction job. Artists like Shirley and her elite team go through extensive training on correctional work and are highly skilled in fixing undesirable results.
If you don’t feel comfortable or confident returning to the artist who initially performed your treatment, at our clinic we can help you achieve the results you wanted from the beginning.
If you have had your Permanent Makeup or Micropigmentation done elsewhere and are unhappy with the results, a highly skilled artist, either Shirley herself or one of her elite team may be able to use a special product to help fade the pigment from the skin. We use a combination of techniques in order to correct the pigment. If you would like to correct or camouflage the previous treatment, this can be a great alternative if it requires only minimal correction. If you want to remove the treatment completely we also do tattoo removal.