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Agnieszka Orlowska-Kloda standing at the front desk of Purebeau Ireland in Limerick on 8, The Crescent, Co. Limerick. Photo by Cian Reinhardt / ilovelimerick

Purebeau Ireland on No. 8, The Crescent in Limerick is everything you need regarding Permanent Makeup treatments and training for your own career in permanent makeup industry. Purebeau in Limerick is the official distributor for Purebeau permanent make up products – a German-based company and do training all over Europe. Permanent makeup is a cosmetic tattoo that covers a lot of health and beauty industry.

 For perfectly balanced and shaped eyebrows, for a lipstick that stays put and for non-smudge eyeliner, permanent makeup is every woman’s answer. Coloured pigments are implanted into the skin to replicate makeup up last 24/7, creating a beautiful and fresh look that lasts all day, every day, slowly fading with time. Whether you are 18 or 88, we have a treatment that will not only simplify your makeup up routine, but will improve your confidence, self esteem and overall look. We are to create a subtle change that will have your friends guessing your newest beauty secret…

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Agnieszka Orlowska-Kloda from Purebeau Ireland demonstrating the instruments she will use on her client at Purebeau Ireland on 8, Crescent, Limerick. Photo by Cian Reinhardt / ilovelimerick

In comparison to the technology years ago, permanent makeup now is extremely advanced with their application techniques.If you put a permanent makeup eyebrow beside a natural eyebrow you would find it very difficult to tell which one is natural because they’re so similar.” Said Agnieszka Orlowska-Kloda. “It’s several colour techniques so we do the three dimentional looks that match the pigment of the skin and the undertones of the skin so you have the perfect match for the colour of your eyebrows.”

Agnieszka Orlowska-Kloda who is a Purebeau Ireland International Master Trainer, specializing in the most advanced methods that leave the face looking natural, bringing out everyone’s individual beauty. The main distributor in Ireland for Purebeau products and owner of Permanent Makeup clinic and training Academy in Limerick, spoke to I Love Limerick about how much of a difference permanent makeup can make to people and that it’s nothing to be afraid of.

 “I have several costumers that have had their lives changed from permanent makeup. One of my costumers who was 55 years old had no eyebrows. As a result, she was incredibly self-consious about it and used to hide away from photos. I never thought that an individual could be so affected by something like this. She said that after the treatments I did, her life has completely changed and that she’s much happier now. I was delighted to be a part of this confidence change and I’m so happy that I can help people in this way.”

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Agnieszka Orlowska-Kloda working on her client at Purebeau Ireland in 8, Crescent, Limerick. Photo by Cian Reinhardt / ilovelimerick

One of my clients with Alopecia had to get up 4 hours before work to create a natural look with her eyebrows because she didn’t have one hair. Now her routine has completely changed thanks to permanent makeup and her morning routine is more similar now to any other individual. The fact that I could help her meant so much to me. It’s not only to improve your look but it’s also to improve someone’s confidence.”

When asked about the advantages to permanent makeup, Agnieszka told I Love Limerick that aside from the confidence boost, permanent makeup can create the perfect shape for eyebrows. It also is perfect for sportspersons, business persons, pretty much anyone who doesn’t have enough time in the morning or want a permanent beauty look.

Agnieszka Orlowska-Kloda says that Purebeau Ireland in Limerick also offer training to those looking for careers in the permanent makeup industry. Normally people go through a four-day training course that is very intensive, about 8 hours a day.

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An example of before and after permanent makeup treatments at Purebeau. Photo provided by Purebeau.

“We explain how the whole process works, we practice on the practice skin, students get all the information about how to design the proper brow shape and also learn about skin undertones when it comes to selecting pigments, they learn about skin construction regarding scars and the hygenics when you’re working in an enviornment such as this.” Said Agnieszka.They also practice on the life models which is important so they get a complete understanding of how this all works on human skin too. Of course, you need to get more practice at home, you have to constantly improve your knowledge so going on to advanced courses, learning about the medical side of everything is the next step. You get a certificate to work independently after the course is finished.”

Purebeau are a German company and all their products are tested over there. The pigments are all organic and devices are all made from lazor precision so there’s no scars or irritation of the skin post-treatment.

From the beginning of November, Agnieszka wants to announce to the people of Limerick that she will offer free treament once a month to women post-masectomy to create an areola by dementional look techniques of permanent make up.

The eyebrows total cost is 300. Price includes 2 appointments, so the first appointment is all the treatments and then the second appointment is the touch up of the colour just to make sure that the colour will last. The eyeliner costs 150 for top and 150 for the bottom. For both areas its 250 euros. For lips is 200 euro for contour and then three dimentional look is 350 euro.

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For more examples of the work that Purebeau do have a look at the video below.

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.