Are you sick of applying a full face of make up each and every day? Achieve a naturally beautiful look with cosmetic tattooing. Cosmetic tattooing at Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic is all done by Janet Manley, who has over 30 years of experience in the aesthetics industry with over 15 years of experience in cosmetic tattooing.
Thanks to advancements in cosmetic technology whatever can be achieved with make-up can be re-created with cosmetic tattooing. If you have faint eyebrows, partial eyebrows or even no eyebrows, a cosmetic tattoo can help. Eyeliner tattoos offer an exceptionally easier alternative: save hours of your week and avoid unsightly smudges.
Our cosmetic eyebrow tattooing uses a specialised hairstroke method which uses fine strokes of a natural pigment to fill gaps and define your eyebrows. As this method mimics the pattern of your natural hair growth and can easily be tailored to individuals, it achieves a naturally enhanced look which is almost indistinguishable from your real eyebrows.
Tattooing the eyebrows using a hairstroke method is Janet’s specialty. Most other operators still use the less complicated block or solid technique to recreate eyebrows. The hairstroke technique involves hundreds of individual hairstrokes being weaved into the skin and the end result is a realistic, three dimensional effect that is hard to distinguish from real hair. This technique is highly artistic and requires the bone structure of each individual to be first measured, and then to have the appropriate eyebrow shape accurately mapped out before the procedure commences.
Eyeliner tattoos offer an exceptionally easier alternative to applying eyeliner every day, allowing you to save hours of your week and avoid unsightly smudges
Our eyeliner tattoos are completely customisable to your desired look. They can be applied to achieve a more natural fine line look which discreetly defines and frames your eyes, or a bolder statement with a thick eyeliner tattoo, which can be applied to mimic your preferred eyeliner look.
Cosmetic lip tattooing is an ideal solution to enhance lip colour, fullness and achieve a more defined and even appearance. Janet Manley is one of the few cosmetic tattooists who offers full lip tattooing rather than just lip lines, and the results of her treatments can create a beautiful naturally-enhanced look which makes the lips look fuller without the need for fillers or invasive procedures.
Cosmetic tattooing can be used to camouflage unsightly scars that have always bothered you! Whether they are skin cancer removal scars, loss of pigmentation from Alopecea, face lift scars, surgical scars, or vehicle accident scars. They can all be permanently camouflaged with cosmetic reconstructive tattooing. In a lot of cases the actual scar tissue will be improved during the process.
Janet is an expert in the field of Reconstructive Tattooing, where procedures include dealing with patients with burn scars, hair-lips, or areola reconstruction for breast cancer patients.
The aim for cosmetic tattooing results is to last as long as possible, and some people’s skin accept the pigment better than others. Cosmetic tattoos last a long time, but they are not permanent. It usually takes 3 to 5 years before noticeable fading occurs, at which point you can decide to have a follow-up treatment, or allow your cosmetic tattoo to fully fade and return to your natural appearance.
The sensation is better described as irritating rather than painful. Topical anaesthetics are used to numb the area.
Each procedure takes about an hour. However, because Janet does spend a lot of time ensuring the procedures are mapped out correctly, ensure you leave around 2-3 hours for your appointment.
Like all things you pay for quality. Janet’s prices reflect the fact that she has many years of experience.
Full lip colour is just like wearing lipstick 24 hours a day. If you need to change the colour for a special occasion, just apply lipstick over the top. This procedure is ideal for people with a diminishing lip line due to the ageing process, or smoking.