The evolving modality of Cosmetic Tattooing is not just about improving features such as eyebrows, lips and providing a perfect eyeliner. As a constantly advancing profession, cosmetic tattooing is far-reaching in providing solutions for traumatised skin and medical conditions, allowing practitioners to support a patient’s quality of life through more permanent cosmetic solutions. In this lecture world-renowned educator, Kelly Forshaw will take you into the specialised area of medical cosmetic tattooing with evidence of amazing outcomes that can be achieved through advanced techniques. In this lecture you will learn:
- Solutions on how to correct the appearance of vitiligo
- Burns and scars: challenges and treatments
- The emotional issues and psychological considerations
- The importance of correct training for medical cosmetic tattooing
About Kelly Forshaw
Kelly Forshaw is a highly acclaimed cosmetic and medical tattooist based in the UK. Her passion for micro-pigmentation began initially in semi-permanent make-up before she entered the world of medical tattooing. Kelly is now widely respected for creating fresh, natural-looking results for both medical and cosmetic clients.
Kelly teaches at the Royal College of Surgeons and has become a reputable name within hospitals and clinics throughout England, covering every aspect of cosmetic medical work from head to toe to boost the confidence of her clients.
She works with Finishing Touches, Britain’s largest medical and cosmetic micro pigmentation training school. Initially teaching semi-permanent make-up in the early stages of her career, Kelly is now a Master Educator for the Medical Sector. She also regularly speaks at some of the world’s largest multinational conferences to hundreds of industry peers.
Having spent over 15 years travelling around the world broadening her skills and knowledge and returning with the latest techniques and treatments, Kelly offers patients the most realistic and cutting-edge results available. She has helped develop products that are now used daily around the UK and has also mastered her own design techniques for all aspects of medical tattooing, creating techniques with longevity rather than just short-term benefits.