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  • #12736
    gazuk
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    Hi im just looking at this as an option. It looks natural but my question is does it fade over time and if so how long and what would it cost for it to be topped up?

    Obviously its quite expensive and for it to fade would be disappointing

    Thanks Gaz

    #31453
    Baldy01
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    It does fade over time and isn’t permanent.

    I was advised at time of treatment that most people will get between 3-5 years from the treatment before requiring some sort of touch up.

    Not too sure on the cost of a touch up in full as I suppose everyone would be different, but I’ve read somewhere its in the £100’s rather than the £1000’s.

    #31454
    Kit
    Participant

    Its £250 per hour with three hours usual being the maximum if needed.

    #31455
    gazuk
    Participant

    So if it fades in 3 to 5 years it can be brought back to how it was £750.00 ?
    Seems reasonable if so.

    #31457
    Kit
    Participant

    Yes correct gaz it will look even better in 3 to 5 years as the treatment is weathered in.
    Damon Ashcroft the manchester practitioner is a great example of this…so when a touch up is eventually needed it looks even better the second time round.

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