Splash Nail and Beauty

Permanent Make-up & Microblading

Are you looking forward to waking up to perfect eyeliner, brows, or lips at the start of every day?

Eyebrows

Microblading, Ombré/Shaded Brow or Hybrid … R2 200.00

What is Microblading?

Natural-looking brows can be achieved by using a hand-held tool & implanting pigment hair-like strokes under the skin. This technique is meant to replace individual hairs & not to fill the brows with colour/shade it. Microblading is a very superficial technique and typically clients would have to come back for their touch-ups/colour boosts within 1-3 years and can therefore be seen as a semi-permanent option. Microblading is less effective on oily/combination and mature skins and more suitable for someone that has thin/patchy brows, wants a shape enhancement, or does not (regularly) fill their brows -or wear make-up.

What are Ombré/Shaded Brows?

A more defined, dramatic brow look can be achieved by using a machine & inserting pigment through thousands of filled dots and a colour-in motion, gradually building up colour in a specific shape. Shaded brows have longer-lasting and more permanent results. This traditional method has been improved and refined over years; also giving a more natural look and is suitable for most skin types & tones. If you are someone who fills in their brows with pencil or shadow or has a matured skin, then this method is for you.

What are Hybrid Brows?

To achieve a combined result of the two techniques listed above.

Eyes

WHAT IS A LASH ENHANCEMENT?
(Top & bottom, between lash layers) … R1400.00

The Permanent lash effect procedure places an ultra-thin permanent cosmetic pigment between eyelash layers, achieving the appearance of naturally fuller, darker and thicker lash base.

EYELINERS

An eyeliner procedure involves placing cosmetic pigment right above the lash line, resulting in a distinct line that can be done either thick or thin and at the top and/or at the bottom.

Eyeliner Top thinR1100.00
Eyeliner Bottom ThinR800.00
Eyeliner Top and Bottom ThinR1600.00
Eyeliner Top ThickR1400.00
Eyeliner Bottom ThickR1000.00
Eyeliner Top and Bottom ThickR2000.00

Touch-ups are really important and highly recommended. Touch-ups (6-8 weeks) 50% of fee.

Luscious Lips

BLUSH OR VIBRANT LIPS

Lip procedures may bring to mind the image of a fancy grande dame with permanent lip liner who never seems to actually fill in her lips. The technique has been refined to its current form, known as lip blushing/lip tinting or vibrant lips. With blush lips, the tattoo is a simple wash of sheer colour across the entire lip and the Intra dermal cosmetic specialist will focus on the clients’ natural lip shade to enhance the colour, e.g. soft pink or nudes whereas with vibrant lips, a slightly deeper/darker layer of pigment will be added to reach vibrant colours.

Lip permanent make-up procedures are described “more intense” compared to other permanent makeup procedures. The skin on the lips doesn’t retain pigment well and therefore more touch-up sessions will be required in order to reach the desired colour. The darker (more vibrant) the colour, the more touch-up sessions can be required.

Lips are a lot more sensitive than the other parts of the face as it is very vascular, so people do experience a little pain and swelling, however the best anaesthetic is used before and during the procedure to make it as painless as possible. Expect to leave your appointment with puffy “Angelina Jolie’s.”

Touch-ups are really important and highly recommended.

Touch-ups (6-8 weeks) 50% of fee.

Please take note of the following Permanent Make-up procedure terms and conditions and pre -and post-care advice (applicable to touch-ups too).

Full Vibrant Lip Colour R2700.00
Full Blush Lip Colour R2400.00
Lip Liner R1900.00

PERMANENT MAKE-UP (INTRADERMAL) & MICROBLADING PROCEDURES:

DEPOSIT, CANCELATION/NO-SHOW AND REFUND POLICY:

  • Should you have any doubts/concerns or serious uncertainties- rather book a free consultation to air and ask about all related; before coming to your official procedure.
  • The procedure will take approximately 3 hours. No permanent make-up procedure is rushed. The intra dermal cosmetic specialist and the room are booked for this time slot. You must be prepared for this lengthy procedure and on time.
  • When booking your procedure, a 50% booking fee (deposit) is payable in advance.
  • Re-scheduling, cancellations and/or refunds of deposits/full fees paid in advance, will only be accepted up to 24 hours before the appointment date and time. This means if you have an appointment at 09:00, you must contact or WhatsApp your therapist on 084 584 3433 the previous day at 09:00 and not the evening or the morning before the procedure. The salon cannot fill your 3-hour timeslot on such short notice.
  • Should you cancel less than 24 hours before your procedure, the 50% deposit will be forfeited. A new deposit of 50% of the fee will be charged when you make a new appointment.
  • Splash Nail and Beauty do use its discretion on reasons for canceling and will always humanely handle such cancellation, e.g. should a customer be tested Covid19 positive and show proof thereof, the treatment will be postponed with no additional charges.
  • By not receiving an SMS or WhatsApp to remind you about your appointment, is not a reason to not show up for your procedure. The same cancellation policy applies where the 50% deposit will be forfeited.
  • No cash refunds will be given for whatsoever reason. See treatment waiver at the salon.
  • A touch-up will be done at the price per fees-list.
  • Any client who is more than 15 minutes late to their scheduled appointment will have their appointment automatically cancelled and the cancellation policy will be enforced, and the deposit is forfeited.

PRE-PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONS (GENERAL)

  • You will not be allowed to donate blood for six months.
  • Read all material thoroughly.
  • Please ask any questions you have before the treatment.
  • NOTE: Procedures can take up to 3 hours. Procedures cannot be rushed. Should you have any queries in this regard, please contact your therapist on 084 584 3433 or the salon on 021 595 0124/25.

PRE- AND POST-TREATMENT ADVICE

  • Do not take any medications prior to your procedure.
  • Stop taking all supplements at least 3 days before the procedure.
  • Very important: Stop taking Vitamin E and/or Omega Supplements one week before. (These can cause excessive bruising.)
  • Do not use Aspirin, Ibuprofen (Advil), or Codeine medication 3 days prior to the procedure. (Consult your doctor first.)
  • Eat well before the procedure and before entering the salon
  • Do not drink alcohol from the night before your procedure and no coffee or exercise stimulants with caffeine (e.g. BioPlus) the morning of the procedure.
  • Do not wear any make-up (or mascara). Make-up contains a lot of bacteria and cause infection if it had to go into the op skin/lip area.
  • If you have a specific colour/shape for the desired look, bring your make-up or a photo of you with your make-up on with you. Alternatively, bring a realistic photograph of your desired look, e.g. the same skin tone).

Eyeliner procedure:

  • Eyelash extensions should be removed before having your eyeliner or lash enhancements done. They can be re-applied once the area is fully healed. 
  • Do not wear contact lenses as you will not be able to wear them for 48 hours.
  • Bring your prescription sunglasses or sunglasses with you.

Eyebrowprocedures:

  • Do not tweeze, wax, or have electrolysis or get sunburned for one week prior to the procedure.

Lip liner/full lips: 

  • Do not tweeze, wax, or have electrolysis or get sunburned for one week prior to the procedure.
  • Lip liner and full lip clients who are prone to fever blisters (cold sores), etc. are required to take Anti-Viral (Herpes Simplex) medication and ointment, 3 days prior to the appointment. This needs to be prescribed by your doctor for a minimum of 3-5 days. 
  • Bring your favourite lipstick to determine the shades you like.

POST-PROCEDURE PROTECTIVE INSTRUCTIONS

  • Your skin may look red and slightly swollen for a few days. It should return to normal within two to three days. It is therefore advisable not to make any social plans for the healing time.
  • Avoid infection by washing your hands regularly, especially before touching the area worked on.
  • Do not allow children or pets to come into contact with the Permanent Make-up for the next two months.
  • You may apply a cold compress to the area to help reduce swelling and discomfort.
  • For the next 14 days following your procedure:
    • DO NOT go into the sun, swimming pool or ocean (can cause hyperpigmentation).
    • DO NOT apply ANY make up to the area. Make-up contains a lot of bacteria (can cause serious infection).
    • DO NOT apply any cleaning soaps or creams. Avoid soaking the area with soaps and only pat dry with a paper towel.
  • It is important to remember that the colour will appear extremely dark for a week. It will flake and/or scab a little and can settle 30% up-to-50% (lips) lighter once healed.  Therefore, your touch-up is extremely important.
  • DO NOT PICK AT THE SCABS!!! This will cause you to scar and lose the pigment.
  • Apply a thin layer of the ointment supplied several times a day with a cotton bud (keep the area moisturised). This prevents the area from getting infected, drying out and “cracking”. Do not apply Vaseline to the area, rather contact your therapist for alternative solutions should you run out of healing ointment.
  • If you had a lip procedure done, continue using your Anti-Herpes creams and medication as prescribed.
  • Be aware that ethnic lips (Indian, African, Asian) can sometimes hyper-pigment (turn very dark) due to the “trauma” inflicted during the procedure.
  • Do not touch the treated area. You can only wash (softly) with lukewarm water and a cotton eye pad to avoid infection.

Our Banking Details

Account Holder:  Splash Nail and Beauty (Pty) Ltd
Bank: ABSA | Branch Code: 632005
Account Number: 4100 7452 83

E-mail proof of payment to:  splashnailandbeauty@gmail.com

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