In 2006 I opened my hair and beauty salon in Mansfield employing 10 people but the stress and strains of owning a business got to me and with my 2 small babies I decided to close in Dec 2018 and built a log cabin in my garden to work around my kids and hubby . In Sept 2019 I had another baby and work 3/ 4 days a week doing my tattooing , Botched Ink , acrylic nails and Dermaplaning which I love !
What happened during the treatment ? The practitioner and I discussed the shape of my eyebrows. My eyebrows are naturally quite full, but I wanted to add hairs to where it was sparse and bring the eyebrows in by adding more hairs to the front. She drew an outline of my brows and I asked her if they would be as thick as the outline. She said that they wouldn’t and new hairs would just go above my natural brow shape.
Growing up, art was just a way of life. Drawing and painting were always second nature to me. So it was no surprise when I chose to pursue a career in the tattoo industry. Sharing my art and creativity fed my soul. But when I discovered makeup, and more specifically “corrective makeup”, I fell in love. There was a way I could make slight, yet very precise changes to the colors or placement of makeup and it would brighten my clients’ face and take years off of their
Botched Ink® trainers are not only experienced trainers, they're also experienced in offering clients removal treatments. This means not only can they show you the best way to carry out a treatment, they can also explain the best way to attract and convert clients that need removal, to start the process
After having to turn away numerous clients who were wanting removal of permanent makeup brows due to previous bad work or pigment build up from lots of top ups she realised this was a service she needed to add. Emily says she decided Botched Ink® was the treatment for her and she wasn’t wrong as she loves the treatments and is amazed by the results she’s getting so far.
Machine techs all work differently. I like to work with a long needle, my needle may be out 2-3mm and I work on the tip of the needle. It's a bit of a balancing act when you first start working with a long needle, but you'll be able to respond more instinctively to the depth you need to work at, as you start to read the skin and understand where the pigment needs to sit