The Tribune (NZ) - - CONVERSATIONS -

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 or call 06 357 8623.

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