Micropigmentation is a procedure referring to the implantation of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin.
At U Spa, every service provided is aligned with your personal wants and needs. Some of the most popular procedures are eyebrows, eyeliner and lip liner.
Correcting tattoos or permanent makeup is not as easy as most people think. All the techniques to remove tattoos will leave their own side effects, such as lighter skin colour, or scars where the makeup was.
Maria Perez, has performed procedures for over 25 years. She is currently working with over 4 physicians. She will combine the art of camouflage to creating realistic procedures. Maria will discuss proper colour choices, needle selection, shading, textural creation and techniques to create the illusion of normal skin variances that rely on proper pigment mixing to mimic undertones that help minimize disfigurement.
My goal is to make your experiences the most completely and satisfied. I strive to make each client received the almost tailer and professional experience at each of your visits. Every services is tailor to suit your specific features. Please be caucus as the removal of pigment is difficult, therefor I recommend all clients to be sure of your technician and if you are not sure please shop around for a good technician with experience.
U Spa is pleased to showcase a brief sampling of before and after photos, A Sincere thanks to these beautiful & willing clients! The photos represent a small sampling of our procedures. We have included several before and after pictures.
Since Dr. Leif Sigurdson, MD and FRCSC has moved out of province, I am now collaborating with Dr. Steve Morris. Dr. Steve Morris of the QEII Health Science Centre is a renowned plastic surgeon in his field. Some referrals also come from Dr. D. Hayden, Dr. M. Mac Care and Dr. B. Samuel.
This state of the art procedure has been performed for a variety of make-up enhancements for hundreds of years. Permanent make-up can offer subtle encouragement and enhancement to clients. In the more recent years, permanent color techniques are being widely performed for camouflage therapy such as creating illusion.