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Permanent Make Up Clinic with Elizabeth Oakes


Permanent Make Up Clinic with Elizabeth Oakes

Elizabeth Oakes will be attending The Beautique on Monday December 17th 2012. Appointments are limited book now to avoid disappointment call The Beautique on (065) 6864020 to book!

Elizabeth is a qualified and experienced Permanent Make Up artist with an international client base spanning the US, Middle East, UK and Ireland. Before returning to live in Ireland, Elizabeth worked extensively in the US, as well as in London’s prestigious Harley Street.

Elizabeth’s ethos is to always create a natural look - emphasizing clients’ natural features and great care is taken to deliver an attractive end result that adds to the individual’s self-confidence.

What Is Permanent Make up?
It is a revolutionary method of applying natural pigments into the dermal layer of the skin and can also be known as micro-pigmentation, semi-permanent make up, cosmetic tattooing and permanent cosmetic enhancement. Using pigmentation to permanently apply a natural look and a subtle finish to the skin, this procedure is medically proven to be completely safe and effective. This state-of-the-art technique is used for a variety of permanent cosmetic enhancements such as permanent eyebrows, eyeliner and lip liner. Other permanent cosmetic procedures include scar camouflage, cleft lip camouflage and areola restoration following breast cancer surgery.

3 Reasons to Choose Elizabeth Oakes
Elizabeth is a member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP), and, at present, is the only Certified Permanent Cosmetic Professional living in Ireland.

Elizabeth has extensive training in all disciplines of Permanent Make Up Artistry and currently works in Ireland, the UK, US and Middle East.

Elizabeth has a great eye for detail and a steady hand – trademarks that have made her a world leader within the industry.

SPCP requires members to undertake continuous education and training, as well as ongoing examinations including - blood borne pathogens, colour theory, standards, techniques, and ongoing improvements of methodology. Non-certified therapists do not conform to these strict standards.

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