SPMU Semi-Permanent Makeup

What is Semi-Permanent Makeup?

Unveil effortless beauty with semi-permanent makeup, your passport to flawless looks that last. This innovative cosmetic technique, also known as micropigmentation, involves depositing pigments into the skin's upper layers to enhance features like eyebrows, lips, and eyeliner. Say goodbye to daily makeup routines and hello to waking up with perfectly defined brows, luscious lips, and captivating eyes. Whether you're seeking subtle enhancements or bold transformations, semi-permanent makeup offers customizable options to suit every style and preference. Embrace the convenience and confidence of long-lasting beauty that withstands the test of time, because with semi-permanent makeup, your radiance knows no bounds.

How long does Semi-Permanent Makeup last?

The duration of semi-permanent makeup can vary depending on factors such as the type of procedure, the pigments used, individual skin characteristics, and lifestyle factors. Generally, semi-permanent makeup can last anywhere from 1-3 years. Eyebrow microblading/ nano/ combination/ ombré, for example, typically lasts around 12-18 months before requiring a touch-up, while lip blush or beauty spots may last up to two or three years. However, factors such as sun exposure, skincare routine, and the body's natural shedding of skin cells can affect the longevity of semi-permanent makeup. Regular touch-up sessions are often recommended to maintain the desired look and ensure optimal results over time. It's essential to consult with your qualified artist to discuss the expected lifespan of semi-permanent makeup based on individual circumstances and preferences.


Proper aftercare is crucial to ensure the longevity and optimal healing of semi-permanent makeup (SPMU). Here are some essential aftercare tips to follow:

  • Keep the treated area dry: Avoid getting the treated area wet for the first 24-48 hours after the procedure to allow the pigments to settle properly. This means no washing, swimming, or excessive sweating.
  • Avoid touching or rubbing the area: Refrain from touching or rubbing the treated area to prevent infection or smudging of the pigment. If itching occurs, gently pat the area instead of scratching
  • Apply recommended aftercare products: Your technician may provide you with a healing balm or ointment to apply to the treated area. Follow their instructions carefully and apply the product as directed to keep the skin moisturized and aid in the healing process
  • Avoid makeup and skincare products: Avoid applying makeup or skincare products directly on the treated area for at least one week post-procedure. This includes makeup, moisturizers, and sunscreen
  • Avoid sun exposure: Protect the treated area from direct sunlight and UV radiation by wearing sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) and avoiding prolonged sun exposure for at least two weeks post-procedure. Sun exposure can cause fading and discoloration of the pigments
  • Avoid sweating and strenuous activities: Refrain from engaging in activities that may cause excessive sweating or irritation to the treated area, such as intense exercise, sauna, or steam rooms, for at least one week post-procedure
  • Attend follow-up appointments: Schedule and attend any follow-up appointments recommended by your technician to assess the healing progress and address any concerns or touch-up needs
  • Be patient: Allow the treated area to heal naturally and avoid picking, scratching, or exfoliating the skin. It may take several weeks for the pigments to fully settle and reveal the final result

*By following these aftercare tips diligently, you can promote proper healing and ensure long-lasting results from your semi-permanent makeup procedure. If you experience any unusual or severe side effects, contact your technician or healthcare provider for guidance and assistance.*

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