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Permanently Defined by Stacey Cox

If you have thought for a while about permanent make up and want a natural look... Look no further. Book a free consultation below. 

National Beauty Awards 2023 Top 5 Finalist for Best Permanent Brows & Best Salon Decor. 


UK Hair and Beauty Top 10 Finalist

2022, 2023 & 2024

The UK Hair And Beauty Awards

Making people feel good is my passion!

Hello, my name is Stacey the owner of Permanently Defined Permanent Make Up. Have no idea what to ask for.....Its ok to be clueless! That's why I am here! If you don't know what the difference is between tattoo eyebrows, powder brows, microblading or anything else, but want to improve your brows...leave it to me to explain and guide you. 

Here on my website, you will be able to find out more information about each treatment I offer in permanent make up, as well as being able to have access to contact me directly to book a free no obligation consultation, or for any questions you may have.


I offer a full range of Semi-Permanent eyebrow treatments including Powder Brows, Microblading, Ombre Brows and Combination Brows. I also offer eyeliner and lip blush.

I specialise in a treatment called Powder Brows, an alternative to microblading! I love to work on a variety of ages 18+ (86 years my oldest to date) creating soft natural looks. Each treatment is specifically designed to each clients facial structure, hair, skin colour and goals of how they would like their brows too look.


Book your FREE consultation and I will do the rest!

Stacey Cox

So, what are you going to get when you visit me at Permanently Defined?

If you are looking for a natural make up look you are in the right place! I pride myself on my work looking natural and bespoke to each persons face and features. I do not have a one size fits all approach to my work. I work with all age groups! So whether you have just turned 18 or about to turn 80, I can help you.

I will treat your face as if it is my face, and then some more! What you get with me is care and dedication to my work and you.

The UK Hair And Beauty Awards



I have created a pretty tranquil space for treatments which placed 25th  in The UK Hair & Beauty Awards 2022 for best Salon Décor. My aim when designing my room was to make you feel as relaxed as possible. I wanted to take that visiting the dentist feel away. My pretty pink peony flower wall is a great way to show off your new look on your socials! 

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Find Me



You can find my treatment room at:

16 Bonneville Close, Millisons Wood, Meriden, CV5 9QH




I know that you might have lots of questions about permanent make up. To make it easy for you to find the answers to your questions I have put together a list of my most commonly asked questions. 

  • Does it hurt?
    You will be numbed for your treatment. It is completely bearable! And all totally worth it! Some people feel nothing at all and even drift off during the process.
  • How long will it last - is it forever?
    So most permanent make up will be visible for 1-5 years on average however it will fade. If you looked under a microscope, it will always be there. As time passes and your permanent make up fades you can choose to have a colour boost. This is recommended 12-18months after your treatment, however it can be sooner if you wish.
  • How long will it take to heal?
    On average around 5-7 days. You should not put any make up on the treated area for the first 5 days to prevent infection.
  • How many treatments will I need?
    With all my treatments I include a free top up session between weeks 6-8 after your first treatment. This allows me to perfect your look, allow you to make any tweaks or add colour if needed. It’s advised to have at least two sessions to optimise your results.
  • Shall I wax or pluck my eyebrows before my treatment?
    This would be advisable at least a week before your treatment as this would open pores on your eyebrows.
  • I have fillers/collagen injections - can I still have the treatment?
    Yes, you can but it is advised to wait six weeks after your injections.
  • What do I need to avoid after my treatment?
    With each treatment I give you a full aftercare leaflet with all the dos and don’ts. However, you should stay out of any saunas, sunbeds and swimming pools for at least 7 days. If you are due to go on holiday in the sun you need to allow 14 days after your treatment before the area is exposed, otherwise your treatment will fade very quickly!
  • One of the funniest questions I have been asked! Will you need to remove all my eyebrow hair?
    NO! Absolutely not! I will be working with what you have so we can create as natural a look as possible. However, if you have little hair or none at all this isn’t a problem! I can get that fixed for you.
  • What is the most popular treatment?
    Eyebrows are always top as they really help to frame everybody’s face. However, lip blush is now right up there!
  • Why do people choose permanent make up?
    There are actually quite a few varied reasons why people choose to have permanent make up, I will list some reasons below. To save time applying each day Some may have sparse brows or lost hair due to illness Active people to stop make up running whilst doing sports activities Poor eyesight, some people avoid make up purely for this reason Sensitive eyes Allergies Anti-ageing-, brows and lip colour can make all the difference Over plucked eyebrows Some people just do not enjoy putting make up on or never feel it looks quite right. The list goes on.
  • What training have you had?
    I chose my training very carefully and actually was on a waitlist for over one year! I chose Katy Jobbins a multi award winning make up artist and mentor. I travelled all the way down to East Sussex. There are received intensive 1-1 training verses a normal classroom environment. Katy has been in the industry for many years and knows all that needs to be known about Permanent make up. It was important to me to have the confidence when working on somebody’s face. Read more about my training here.
  • How long does it take
    I would advise to allow up to two hours for your treatment, lip blush can be slightly longer.
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