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Caroline is a fully qualified micropigmentation practitioner with extensive experience gained across the whole range of cosmetic and medical micropigmentation procedures, for both men and women. She has carried out thousands of procedures for all kinds of clients including some well-known household names. Each and every client Caroline works with has their own ideas of the look they are trying to achieve. She respects individuality and self-perception, and values each individual’s ideas and needs, recognising each person as special and important. Over the past 15 years she has set up and run her own salons, delivering high quality and client-focused services including micropigmentation, microdermabrasion, semi- permanent make-up, medical tattooing, correctional tattooing, scar camouflage, burns, cleft lip palette re-alignment and small tattoo removal.
She has also delivered semi-permanent makeup and micropigmentation services within flagship retail stores. Until recently she worked as an Aesthetician at Destination Skin, House of Fraser’s award winning MediSpa, which offers skin resurfacing, laser hair removal, advanced anti-ageing techniques and injectibles. Caroline delivered semi-permanent makeup clinics on a monthly basis, initially at House of Fraser in Belfast and later in Manchester. During this time she also trained makeup artists and medical staff about semi-permanent makeup and medical procedures, supporting learners across Northern Ireland, Ireland and England.
She has represented the micropigmentation industry at a high level, helping to set and raise industry standards of practice by working alongside key influencers including Sally Tabar and Claire Bennett. Caroline acts as an advisor to the Councils in England for the beauty industry and regularly attends industry seminars, trade beauty events and shows. In 2009, She was delighted to be asked to represent the micropigmentation industry as a speaker at a seminar run by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health in Northern Ireland.