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Amy Wills

Permanent Make up Artist


I know what it feels like to be self-conscious about your face. To feel like people are looking at you, judging your appearance or staring at what you consider to be your imperfections. 


I know what this feels like more than most. 


You see, I was born with a cleft lip and palate. Feeling self-conscious about my face is something I’ve grown up with. After a lifetime of operations, dental work, speech therapy (and a little bit of micro-pigmentation), my condition is much less noticeable. 

But my experience of being stared at, feeling uncomfortable and embarrassed by my face has left me with a passion for helping other people to feel better about the way they look. 

It might be that you feel like your eyebrows are too thin, light or a funny shape, or maybe your lips don’t have the definition you want? Whatever it is you need to feel comfortable, confident and content with your appearance I can help.



I’ve always loved makeup. As a teenager, I’d spend hours experimenting with different techniques and trying out new shades. I wanted to be a makeup artist, but my cleft lip and palate had knocked my confidence - so I took a different career path. 

Nearly a decade later a change in my life circumstances opened up the opportunity to follow a new path. I was older, more confident and ready to start following my passion so I retrained as a permanent makeup artist and have been in love with my job ever since. 

It’s more than just a business for me. It’s my life’s work. 

I’m truly passionate about helping you to feel happy with your appearance and giving you the confidence to follow your dreams too.