ReMake Up operates an Aesthetic Clinic from the Heart of Glasgow in Hope Street, just across from Glasgow Central Station and the Grand Central Hotel.
Our team of highly professional practitioners accumulates over 30 years of experience in the Beauty Industry, in a myriad multicultural settings, Portugal ,Spain, France, Dubai, Hungary and the UK, being therefore exposed to a variety of scenarios who have enriched their expertise in dealing with diverse customers needs whilst allowing them the necessary know how to recommend the best course of action for your specific needs.
Furthermore, Remake Up practitioners are passionate about micropigmentation and fully trained in Microblading by Phi Brows and Micropigmentation performed with Machine. Our lead practitioner is also highly renowned by her Paramedical Tattooing work.
Remake Up offers a wide range of therapies with an expertise and focus on facial skin analysis and treatment. All customers receive a no obligation consultation and our practitioners will be delighted to clarify your doubts and worries. Remake Up provides Radio Frequency, Derma Roller, Microneedling, Dermaplaning, and Facial Peels, all complemented by ZO® Skin Health Products.
ReMake Up operates as a social business, established to help those who suffer psychologically as a result of the physical effects of medical conditions such as cancer, alopecia, or the treatments associated with them.
ReMake Up provides permanent makeup services as an allied health solution, supporting people regaining their confidence and building their self-esteem, when recovering from the loss of hair due to alopecia or cancer, reconstructing nipple & areola after breast surgery due to cancer, etc. These unfortunate events, quite often lead to a spiral of poor overall wellbeing, social isolation, and depression.
ReMake Up aim is to use the profits from beauty focused permanent makeup to offer free, or at a highly discounted rate through subsidised payments or donations, medical permanent make up procedures for those recovering from the physical side effects of Alopecia (loss of eyebrows), Cancer (Areola & Nipple reconstruction), scars or burns, regardless of the patient affordability. The growth of our social business, supported by U-Hatch @GCU, UnLtd, The Lottery and Foundation Scotland, means we are now in a position to offer free treatments to these people for at least one day each week, through our Giving Fridays.