Cosmetic Tattooing


Permanent makeup lasts up to three to five years and reduces the worry and time of applying makeup. Sleep, swim, perspire, wash, cry and your makeup remains in place! Cosmetic tattooing also know as permanent makeup and micropigmentation, is a revolutionary method of applying natural pigments into the dermal layer of skin. This state-of-the-art technique is medically proven and specifically designed to be completely safe.


We thoroughly consult before we begin any procedure. We always get our clients to approve every step of the way, so you’re fully informed and know what to expect.

CTM guarantees satisfaction with the Baby Steps Method technique. Rather than rushing into having overly thick eyebrows or liner that you might later regret, our professionalism and a trained eye will help you ease into your newfound tattoo. This method ensures that there is no room for error. You might realise either a shorter, thinner or lighter tattoo is what you prefer the most. It’s always easier to add to your tattoo rather than having to remove it later.

At the initial consultation, we discuss the ideal shape, recommended technique and colour.

We select the right colour, keeping in mind your undertones, natural hair or lip colour to create the best outcome that compliments how you wear your makeup on a day-to-day basis. We have a large range of pigments, so we’re never shy of colour.

Our technique is very light, pixelated and you shouldn’t feel any pain, have very little to no swelling and virtually no scabbing.  We also make sure you’re numb by assisting with an anaesthetic.

The follow up “perfecting” procedure: 4-8 weeks later. We can manipulate the colour if need be, add more pigment, thickness, shape and correct any patchiness from healing process. We get the tattoos pretty perfect at the first session, however with healing response, aftercare and different skin types, this is to insure that you get the tattoos 100% and last for years to come.

If you’re shopping around, we encourage you to view the artist portfolio to make sure you clearly understand both the effect of the tattoo and the technician’s style of work.