THE SECRET TO LASTING BEAUTY
Jules Farmer knows the secret to lasting beauty and now she wants to share it.
A few years ago the internationally qualified beauty therapist tried cosmetic tattooing at Anigma Beauty Therapy. The owner of the salon was so impressed with the result that she now counts the service as one of her personalised skills, having had eight years of experience in the industry. “Cosmetic tattooing is a revolutionary method of applying micro insertions of hypoallergenic mineral pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. This technique is medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe,” she says. Anigma offers a variety of cosmetic/medical enhancements including eyebrows, eyeliner/eyelash enhancer, lip liner/ shading/full lip colour, as well as medical areola, 3D nipple tattooing and scar needling. At Anigma, the objective of cosmetic tattooing is to raise self esteem, allow for a more active lifestyle and personal freedom, as well as save time.
always tell a customer if I can’t do a specific procedure or on’t think its right for them. Normally it’s fine but at the end the day I value my name and I want to put my best work t there,” says Jules. ents of all ages who are realising the benefits of cosmetic ttooing include sportspeople, those who want to look eat 24/7, and those experiencing alopecia, allergies to smetics, unsteady hands when applying make-up, contact ns sensitivities, depreciating eyes, trichotillomania, or emotherapy. ommunicating with my clients and listening to their needs always a buzz for me as I get to hear the excitement and thusiasm of the results they have received,” says Jules. clients get a free consultation and are required to complete condemnity and consent form prior to the service. They en receive after care instructions to take home. e duration of which the make-up lasts is unique to each dividual but generally a refresh is required after 18 months d removal options are available. Jules imports premium machinery and pigments from Germany. Whilst the pigments are more expensive than those available in Asia, they don’t contain any carcinogens which can cause cancer. Two types of top-quality anaesthetics are also used during the procedure. “People need to realise that it doesn’t have to hurt. Cosmetic tattooing has come a long way,” says Jules, who takes a refresher course every 18 months to keep pace with the fastmoving industry. “I’ve had cancer and needed skin tags removed from my neck which created low pigmentation. I can now tattoo pigments of my own skin colour over that,” she says. “A woman’s face is the window to her world and cosmetic tattooing can make a world of difference to yours.” For more information about Anigma Beauty Therapy’s cosmetic tattooing please visit www.anigmabeauty.co.nz or call 06 357 8623.