Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Colour Implant?

A Colour Implant is a method of applying micro-insertions of colour pigment into the skin, producing a soft, subtle, natural result for Eyes, Eyebrows and Lips.

Who is a Colour Implant designed for?
  • Those who wear glasses or contacts that make the application of makeup difficult.
  • Those who have fair, thinning or missing eyebrow hair.
  • Those whose jobs or hobbies “melt” conventional makeup.
  • Those whose career inhibits the use of makeup – i.e. the Police Force and Armed Services.
  • Those with pale, thin or uneven lips.
  • Those whose eyes look naked without eyeliner.
  • Alopecia sufferers.
How long does the procedure take?

Depending on the procedure of course. Eyebrows will take a little over an hour, generally taking longer to design the brow than it does to implant the colour. Full Lip can take anywhere between one to two hours. Eyeliner generally less than an hour.

Is there a recovery period?

No, a Colour Implant is quite superficial. Although some may experience slight swelling or bruising for a short period of time, it is generally not noticeable to family or friends.

Is the procedure painful?

A highly effective topical anesthetic is applied usually making it quite painless, uncomfortable for some – no problem for most. The procedure generally takes less than one hour and the years of looking great far outweigh any momentary discomfort.

Is it a tattoo?

It is similar to a tattoo but much more shallow and delicate which allows the colour to become soft and muted. A tattoo is forever but Colour Implants lighter colours generally fade out after 3-10 years depending on the colour implanted, the person’s age, lifestyle, skin tone and metabolism of cellular renewal.

Is it safe?

Yes, it’s perfectly safe and the procedure is performed following strict hygiene and sterilisation procedures as stated under the guidelines of The Public Health Act.