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About Cambridge Permanent Makeup

Finding Inspiration in Every Stroke

If someone would have told me four years ago I would be changing peoples lives by enhancing their natural beauty or giving someone eyebrows to frame their face where they have lost natural hair, I wouldn’t have believed you! Taking my beauty career to another level to see the joy and the life change this can mean to so many is the most rewarding job of all. I cannot wait to meet you and make a difference to you too.

Permanent Eyebrows Makeup

My Story

My name is Kelly and I am really excited to share your permanent make up journey with you here at Cambridge Permanent Makeup! But before we do, here’s a little about me...

I knew that my career was going to be in the beauty industry as I have always loved to help others feel great about themselves and find their inner confidence.

 I have been working in the beauty industry since 2005 and have been constantly training in the latest beauty qualifications for over 15 years. In 2014 I opened up my own salon which went on to win multi awards! Mid 2022 I made the decision to close my salon and go back to working on my own around my family life and 2 gorgeous children. 

Back in 2018 I decided to take the next step and trained to specialise in permanent makeup performing brow treatments. I literally found a whole new passion! Being able to help people who struggle to grow their brows, suffer from Alopecia, or just want that natural enhancement of their brows to frame their face.


I find it so rewarding helping my clients to achieve just what they are looking for.

After I had my little girl and then going into a long lockdown, it gave me time to train to achieve new qualifications to offer not only more brow techniques but also permanent eyeliner and lip blush too. This has allowed me to start Cambridge Permanent Makeup and bring these treatments to you.

I have trained with one of the foremost permanent makeup trainers 1:1 and have gained some of the best knowledge and as a result, I love permanent makeup even more than before – if that’s possible! 


To be able to offer so much more to a wider selection of clients is so exciting.

I look forward to meeting you soon and joining you on your permanent make up journey to enhance your natural beauty. Book your free consultation today!

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Award-winning Beauty Therapist & Permanent Makeup Specialist

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Here is just a brief overview of the in-depth knowledge required to perform permanent makeup at a very high level. I trained 1 to 1 with Multi-Award Winning Head Trainer Katy Jobbins at the Permanent Makeup Training Academy.

Medical Knowledge
  • Dermatology

  • Medical Conditions

  • Changes In The Skin

  • Contra-indications

  • Allergy Testing

  • Consultations, Medical History, & Aftercare

Colour Theory
  • Colour Theory, Permanent Makeup Pigments and Colour Mixing

  • The Study of 21 Pigments

  • Advanced Colour Correction

Technical Training
  • Needle Configurations

  • Machine management & Sterilisation

  • 7 Advanced Needling Techniques

  • Pigmenting Guidelines for Brows, Eyes, Lips

  • Total Symmetry, Convex & Concave Faces

  • Pre Drawing & Measuring Eyebrows, Lips & Eyes

  • Natural Hair Simulation, Powdered Effect Eyebrows, Combination Effect Eyebrows

  • Lip Liner, Natural Lip Blush & Full Lip Colour

  • Eyelash Enhancement, Safe & Simple Eyeliner Designs

  • Micro-Blading

Specialist Training

I’ve had specialist training in corrective treatments so I am able to perform corrective permanent makeup procedures on unhappy clients that have had their permanent makeup done elsewhere with poor results.


Colours to suit all...

I Use the best, high quality pigment line which is like no other. They are 100% safe and cruelty free and have never been tested on animals and do not contain animal by-products so not only are they safe, they are also vegan friendly.

These pigments have been designed specifically for cosmetic tattooing and I go light to dark, as well as being able to be mixed to achieve your desired shade for your brows, eyes, and lips. The high-quality pigment line brings together many amazing qualities that provide the best coverage as well as lasting the longest. 

These pigments are designed to allow me to go over old permanent makeup that has faded or mis-coloured so great for correctional work also. With these pigments your results will not fade to different colours, only lighter versions of the original colour.



Your consultation is the most important part of your permanent make up journey as this is where I get to find out all about you! We can chat over a coffee and find out what it is you want from your permanent makeup and what look you are wanting to achieve. 

I will go through a health questionnaire with you to evaluate any health concerns which could affect your treatment. I will also patch test you to make sure that you are compatible with the pigments I use and once this is done we can book you in! Your patch test needs to be done at least 12 hours prior to treatment. 

Then for the exciting part! I will get a before picture of your brows, eyes or lips, then all brows are pencilled on with a makeup pencil to make sure they are to your satisfaction. We will choose together the best pigment colour for you and then once you are happy we can book you in for your treatment! Then the countdown begins!


The Procedure

Your treatment will be performed over 2 treatments in most cases, 6 weeks apart. 

Once we have re sculpted your desired brows on again and you are happy, its now that the magic happens! The colour will look around 70% darker to start with which is part of the process. But don’t worry, this then softens to your more natural desired look during healing. 

At your 6 week check up I will look over the makeup and we can top up if needed, make a tweak here and there, and make sure you are 100% satisfied with your new look!


How do you do a patch test?

By law we are required to patch test you and it needs to be carried out at least 12 hours prior to treatment. This must be done even though the pigments I use are hypoallergenic. Its really simple to do, I take a small amount of ink on a swab and put some behind the ear or on your arm. If in 12 hours you have no reaction, its all systems go! If a reaction was to develop then you should consult me. 


My Clients

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