About Semi Permanent Make Up

Semi Permanent Make Up has changed so many peoples’ lives and made such a difference.

What is it?

It is a way of implanting pigment into the skin to restore damaged or misshapen eyebrows, simulate conventional make-up with eyeliner, and create a line or blush to the lips to give them a fuller more defined look.


The results can be fabulous, if done properly! That means using the best equipment, the safest pigments, and the latest techniques.


What else can SPMU achieve?

It is not just the cosmetic tattooing that has advanced. Demand for Micropigmentation (another name for SPMU) is increasing in the medical world too. The NHS and the private sector is fast becoming the must have answer for a wealth of conditions where visual improvement or long-term skin camouflage is required. Such areas as:- Areola restoration, scalp and skin camouflage, scar and burns relaxation.


Can technicians safely meet demand?

It’s true that SPMU is becoming more and more popular. However, like any successful and popular industry it attracts operators who may not be fully qualified. It is essential to have spmu cosmetics applied by a skilled, and qualified technician, as the colour can last up to 2 years or more in the skin, and of course, it is work carried out on the face.



Pam Andrews is a qualified Trainer and Technician in SPMU and has her main treatment room in Worcestershire, and also travels all over the UK and working from salons/clinics across the country. Pam is now running her own training school at her clinic in Droitwich Spa, for more information see our training page.