Qualified cosmetic, dermal and nursing specialists fuse together the best of beauty and clinical treatments. Continuously evolving and offering all the latest techniques, trends, ‘gold standard’ technology and ‘pure’ skincare and cosmetics, we aim to provide a consistent personal & quality service.
Qualified in all the latest techniques of brows including; hair strokes, shading, powder finish and ombre since 1992. Member of the Association of Cosmetic Tattoo Inc.
Knowing how to tattoo brows is just the beginning. Skills in skin type assessment, colour theory, brow shape and styling, hygiene practices, insurance and registrations, and TGA (therapeutic goods Act) certified pigments to name a few, should also be highly considered. And what if you don’t like it-can they are removed?
Our owner (cosmetic nurse) has been providing PMU (permanent make up) services since 1994 and is a member of the cosmetic tattoo association. Membership to the association can only be acquired with registered and accredited training and proven expertise and experience. She also provides many techniques which she has mastered over the decades and not just current trending methods, and a master at ‘repairs’, which she sees often due to inexperienced operators.
She has also trained with famous ‘brow shaping specialists and methods’ from around the globe Svetlana Burckhardt, Jazz Pampling, Nilan Patel (HD brows the UK) Anastasia Beverley Hills. Beauty Science established one of the first ‘brow bars’ way back in 2007.
What is semi-permanent cosmetic makeup?
Similar to tattooing, it is accomplished through a process known by the medical field as micro-dermal pigmentation. Iron oxide pigments are naturally found in the body and are implanted into the epidermis of the skin to create a natural finish and enhance natural features. Please note this procedure is not intended to replace makeup.
How long does it take?
Allow approximately 1 hour per application. Two visits are necessary to complete the treatment for new areas. During the first visit, the coloured pigments are applied to the epidermis. On the second visit, the final pigments will be applied for a longer-lasting effect. A numbing cream will be applied 30 mins prior to treatment for complete comfort.
Is it really permanent?
The process is considered semi-permanent but may lighten or fade over a period of up to 1- 2 years, but it varies with each individual. Touch up treatments will have a lasting effect.
How safe is it?
All articles used are sterile and are disposed of immediately after the treatment. After the completion of the treatment, mild swelling and tenderness can be expected up to 48 hours, but you may continue business as usual. You will also be advised about after-care, which involves applying cream on the area twice daily for 1 week.
BROW & LASH BAR
High Definition Brows
Trained in globally famous methods’ HD brows’ and ‘Anastasia Beverley Hills’ we have designed a service to incorporate the best of both methods. This step by step process includes personal brow design, colour, waxing, tweezing, and a demo on brow make up application and home maintenance.
FULL CLASSIC SET $150
Keratin Lash Lift
$110 INCLUDES LASH TINT
This amazing technique lifts your own natural lashes, giving a fanned fuller effect without the need for extensions. Unlike traditional perming, its a simpler and quicker process lasting between 4-6 weeks.
- BROW WAX & STYLE $33
- LIP WAX MAINTENANCE $20
- CHIN WAX MAINTENANCE $20
- SIDES WAX MAINTENANCE $22
- LASH TINT $35
- BROW TINT $25
- BROW LAMINATION $60
- HENNA $60
Sugaring is done at body temperature. There’s no need for heat. Sugaring treatment adheres to the hair, not the skin, and lubricates the root for easier removal from the follicle.
WHY IS SUGARING BETTER THAN WAXING?
No risk of injuries, infections:
- Used at body temperature.
- Minimised risk of ingrown hairs.
- Bacteria don’t breed in sugar
- No risk of allergic breakouts.
READ BELOW AND FIND OUT WHY EVERYONE IS SWITCHING OVER FROM WAXING…
1. It’s completely organic:
Lemon, Sugar & Water. That’s it!
Have you ever read the ingredients in the wax you’ve been using? Which would you choose? The one you can eat, (no literally you can) or the one you’d have to call a poison hotline if your children got into it?
2. Sugar only sticks to dead cells:
Unlike wax, sugar is water-soluble. This leads to a few great benefits, one of which is that it will not stick to water-containing live cells. This leads to less redness and irritation. It also allows sugar to act as an exfoliant, leaving your skin soft and silky-smooth after the treatment and days later. Unlike waxing that removes the protective barrier of your skin!
3. Another benefit of being water-soluble- it’s easy to get off:
Have you ever gotten waxed and spent the rest of the day sticking to your clothes because of the pieces left behind? We have all had that awkward experience going to the ladies after a bikini wax-ouch! Well, guess what! This doesn’t happen with sugaring! Even if you do end up with some left on your skin, a quick wipe with a warm cloth is all it takes to remove it.
4. Low temperature:
Sugar does not have to be at high temperatures like wax does. In fact, if it is too warm we cannot use it. It’ll just turn into a giant blob of runny liquid sugar! This means there is no risk of being burnt like wax. Additionally, higher temperatures lead to more swelling as heat draws blood to the surface. Something you’ll be happy to miss out on with sugaring!
5. Sugaring leads to less breakage:
Sugar is applied against the direction of hair growth, and removal is done in the direction of growth, therefore minimising breakage of hair at the surface. The best part, less pressure=less pain.
Bonus: Your skin will stay smooth for longer as the hair bulb must be regrown before you will see hair again.
One of my favourite parts of sugaring is that it is way more sanitary than wax. Fresh sugar is taken out of the container each time by a new disposable glove. This sugar is then thrown out, at the completion of the treatment. Since there are chances of catching infections when getting waxed due to this reason, you can feel safe and sound knowing that this is not even a possibility with sugar. Besides, bacteria don’t breed in sugar paste!
7. Sugaring leads to a permanent reduction of hair growth:
Each time you get sugared, your hair bulb gets ripped out and your follicle collapses. Your follicle needs to be reconstructed, and your hair needs to be strong enough to push through this collapse. Over time your hair gets weaker, and eventually, the follicle stops producing hair altogether. The longer you’ve been getting sugared for, the less hair growth you will see. Pair this with laser hair removal treatments, and you will be hair free in no time!