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Our Latest Permanent Under Eye Concealer

As we get older, we lose some of the fat and collagen surrounding our eyes.
This loss, combined with the thinning of our skin, magnifies the appearance of dark eye circles.

Those dark circles under our eyes can be such a downer. They make us look older and they make us look tired.

If you’re self-conscious about the dark circles under your eyes, permanent concealer could be a wonderful cosmetic solution for you. At Jhoveth Lee-Overy Aesthetic Clinic we’ve helped hundreds of men and women successfully reduce and eliminate the appearance of dark circles and scars through our innovative permanent concealer procedures. If you’re ready finally conceal those tired bags under your eyes or cover up any areas of skin depigmentation, contact our lovely Permanent make up artists today!

What is Permanent Under Eye Concealer?

This is one of the newest techniques available in the market for people to get in order to cover up a dark under eye circle that they want to get rid of. Also known as corrective pigment camouflage, permanent concealer will help even out your skin tone for a smooth and natural complexion.

You’ll be matched with a skin tone colour to complement you and give the area a healthier appearance. Using fine-tipped needles and the best numbing cream.

What is the procedure?

Using fine-tipped needles and the best numbing cream. This is done in several stages. Very bright pigment is applied to dark areas in several light layers. After healing a bright pigment reflects light and dark pigmentation become less noticeable.


Procedure is suitable both for women and men.

It is a painless procedure that takes 1 hour in average.

For best results achievement several procedures with an interval of six weeks are required (3-4 treatments in average)

Afterwards, you can sunbathe, but we recommend using an eye cream that contains sun protection.

What is Semi Permanent Lip Blush and How does it work?

This Semi Permanent Make -up treatment is becoming very popular and demanding in recent time, it is getting huge coverage in the media now as celebrities are having treatments done.

Lips are a main facial attraction. It shows that ‘luscious pouts attract more attention than thin lips.”

Very few people have perfectly symmetrical lips and as a result of the ageing process lips can become thinner and lose their natural lustre and colour.

Semi-permanent lip blush treatment enhances the natural shape of your lips.Not only does the procedure perfect the shape and symmetry of your lips, but also it is smudge proof and cannot be licked off, thus ultimately saving  time spent endlessly reapplying lip colour.

It is an extremely popular semi-permanent make up treatment providing a flush of colour as well as defining the lip contours. It is a very effective way of dressing the lips as naturally pale lips can instantly be given a dramatic new appearance. They are available in a choice of colours and shades that complement your complexions so the lips look luscious with or without make up.

Depending on your pain tolerance, an anaesthetic cream may be applied to minimise discomfort. Selected pigments are then blended and applied into the skin with a very fine needle via a small hand held electronic device.

Lip procedure does take slightly longer than other treatments as the lips are more prone to swelling during treatment. If this should occur, swelling will quickly fade and will disappear totally within three to five days. Expect the procedure to take around an hour and a half to two hours. The colour density may appear stronger at first than you anticipated, but this will fade after three to four days too.

A top up is advised for all semi-permanent make up treatments, but is important with lip blush procedures as you will have to wait for the base of the lip liner to fully heal before creating the blush. It is advisable to book the top up appointment around 6-8 weeks after the initial procedure.


These before and after photos . A rich pink colour, complementing skin tone, was injected into the lips giving a fuller, colourful and completely symmetrical lip line.