Rebeca Fisher Micropigmentation
I am a qualified paramedical and cosmetic tattoo artist working in the field of micropigmentation
I am also a qualified artist with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Hons).
I have a private clinic set up in East Taratahi Road.
What is Micropigmentation?
The term micro pigmentation refers to both cosmetic and medical tattooing. It is a sophisticated form of tattooing that involves small amounts of coloured natural pigment (not ink) being inserted into the dermal layer of the skin. Unlike traditional body art tattooing, where permanent inks are embedded considerably deeper into the skin, micropigmentation involves pigment being inserted into the middle or reticular layer of the skin, the dermis, so the pigment is implanted much shallower than other forms of tattooing which gives it a very natural result. Topical anaesthetics are used for client comfort.
How can micro pigmentation help?
- Micro pigmentation helps to improve patchy or sparse eyebrows - it is a great alternative to makeup - its long lasting and looks very natural.
- Provides definition to the eyes with eyeliner tattooing and lips with a lip liner or full lip tattoo.
- Can camouflage scars, all kinds of scars (whether from surgery, illness, disease or accident), vitiligo and burns as well as other skin diseases involving pigment loss
- Simulates the appearance of hair for hair loss, hair thinning, balding and alopecia.
- Breast reconstruction - 3D nipple/areola tattooing for mastectomy/lumpectomy (male and female).
- Breast surgery scarring - camouflage surgical scarring from breast lift/reduction/augmentation.
- Skin needling - this is the implanting of collagen serum into the surface or epidermis layer of the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines.