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Here at Radiance Beauty & Training, our treatments are performed to the highest of standards, with hygiene and safety always at the forefront of our minds. We continue to stay up to date even in our own training, so that you know you're always getting the best.

Also known as 'collagen induction therapy', microneedling involves creating small micro channels within the skin with tiny sterile needles.

Lip Blush is a form of semi permanent makeup, used to redefine the border of the lips, add colour to the body of the lips and reduce the need for lipstick or tint.

A lash lift is a chemical 'perm' of the lashes to lift them from the root, giving the appearance of eyelash curlers being used. It makes the lashes appear fuller and longer.

Classic lashes are a great way to eliminate the need for mascara, giving the eyes a more open appearance and making the lashes appear fuller, but still natural!

Chemical peels are facial resurfacing technique, using a chemical solution to improve and smooth the texture of the skin by removing its damaged outer layers.

Ombre brows are a form of semi permanent makeup, used to reduce the need for brow makeup, to try to correct asymmetric eyebrows and improve confidence.

Eyebrow lamination is a chemical 'perm' of the brow hairs, to make them easier to manipulate into a new desired position. This can include a tint!

Volume lashes are great for adding extra depth, volume and length to the natural lashes, saving you time every morning on mascara application!

Dermaplaning is a skin treatment that uses a sterile blade to remove dead skin and vellus hair or 'peach fuzz', to improve the skin's appearance.

Tiny tattoos are fine line tattoos that can have small amounts of shading. They are generally small in size, but they don't have to be!

Eyebrow tinting can improve the appearance of light or grey eyebrow hairs. Combined with a wax this tidies up the brow and created definition.

We offer both laser and saline removal for semi permanent makeup. Which method chosen depends on the depth, colour and area of your spmu.

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