The Dermatography Clinic in London provides a bespoke personal Semi-Permanent Cosmetics service
February 28, 2018
Renée Cleovoulou is a UK leading aesthetic and medical micro pigmentation expert, specialising in all forms of advanced semi-permanent tattooing, correction and camouflage, in addition to microblading. With 10 years industry expertise and a natural artistic flair, Renée’s passion and attention to detail is clearly evident in her work and has led her to be highly regarded by her clients and industry professionals alike.
Located in the heart of Spitalfields, a stones throw away from the world famous Spitalfields Market and Shoreditch, the Dermatography Clinic can be found nestled away off the beaten path, where each client leaves a different version of themselves; a fact attested to by the countless cards, letters and emails received weekly.
Micropigmentation, sometimes referred to as permanent make-up or derma graphics, where the clinic gets its name, is a cutting edge aesthetic treatment suitable for men and women to achieve lasting colour or definition through a process of pigment implantation. The end result is flawless makeup for eyebrows, lashes, lips, the eye-line or cover up for scars after surgery (including breast surgery), or as a solution to partial or complete hair loss that will typically last for anything from one year to three.
The Dermatography Clinic offers the most up to date advancements in semi-permanent make-up, corrective and camouflage treatments, using the latest technology. Driven to meet the highest standards in service delivery and client care, Renée undertakes refresher training every 12 months to keep up with the latest developments and techniques in micro pigmentation, taking pride in her ability to create the most realistic, natural bespoke look for each and every client, guaranteeing outstanding results.
Since 2008 Renée has been responsible for transforming the faces and bodies of thousands of men and women in the UK and internationally, helping many regain confidence in their appearance in the process.
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