Microblading is a manual method of permanent cosmetics for eyebrows, which creates extremely fine natural looking hair strokes by implanting pigment into the skin. The Result? Realistic, enhanced eyebrows which will compliment your features.
|Consultation||Free||Patch Test will be carried out|
|Eyebrow Enhancement||£200||Includes 1st & 2nd Treatment|
|Additional Appointments||£70||Within 6 months|
|Color Refresh/Top-up||£100||After 12-16 months|
A £50 deposit will be required when booking your Microblading treatment. This will then be deducted from final payment at your 1st treatment.
24 hours notice must be given to cancel your appointment prior to treatment. Failing this will result in you losing your deposit.
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What is microblading?
Microblading is a relatively new manual method technique which does not use a digital permanent makeup machine.
Microblading is becoming an incredibly popular treatment as more and more people like the fine results that it can offer.The pigment is implanted in the basal membrane which divides the epidermis from the dermis layer of the skin.This technique is therefore more superficial than tattooing.This eyebrow treatment suits people who ideally have the wrong brow shape,overplucked,loss of hair/patchy areas and wont grow back.It gently enhances clients natural features,giving them more confidence in their overall appearance. However it doesnt suit certain skin types or people with certain medical conditions.
What happens in the consultation?
On the consultation day, a patch test will be applied.We will then carry out a medical history assessment and brow symmetry assessment.A suggested shape is drawn so you can get an idea of shape and form.A photo is then taken so we can study the symmetry of your features.Then we work together to perfect this to your preference.Nobody’s face is totally symmetrical and you need to be realistic with your expectations.Assymetry is dynamic :a result of a difference in the tone of the forehead muscles,sun exposure to the skin and bone structure.The goal is to create better symmetry and moderate improvement to enhance facial characteristics.Also,there is no point in trying to match a photo of your celebrities eyebrows if your face shape looks nothing like theirs.
How long does it last?
Microblading tends to last an average of 12-18months. However every individual is different and the result depends on many external and internal factors.Medical conditions,medicines, sun exposure can also cause pigment to fade faster.The colour will start to fade as the skin exfoliates and a colour refresh is recommended every 12 months after your initial procedure.
Does it hurt?
Some clients find the procedure a little uncomfortable where as others report no discomfort.A combination of numbing cream and topical anaesthetic are used.Topical anaesthetic is applied regularly during the procedure to eliminate any discomfort.
How do you choose a colour?
We choose a colour together by applying small amounts of different pigments to the skin near your eyebrows and selecting the best match for your skin tone,features and personal preference.Fitzpatrick skin type test is also used to classify your skin type by your response to sun exposure in terms of tanning and burning.
What will they look like after the procedure?
Your eyebrows may be a little swollen ,red and sometimes blanched(white).This is all very normal.They will be considerably darker for the first week before they begin to fade out to a softer look.
Will I get my results straight away?
The pigment may look darker and a lot stronger for up to a week after the treatment.Your brows may become flakey and dry in 3-7 days after the treatment and healing ointment need to be applied.After that period of time your colour will seem to have disappeared.However the pigment will start to develop over the next 2-6 weeks.After your first treatment you may find your colour has not healed evenly.This is dependent on your skin and personal healing process.This is all balanched in your second “top-up” procedure.Remember microblading is a two step process and the 2 visits must be completed to achieve the best results.Patience is the key.
Does microblading work on everybody’s skin?
As we mentioned above microblading may be unsuccessful on some skin types or people with medical conditions.In some cases an additional 3rd top-up treatment may be required at a small cost.I can not predict how the skin will retain the pigment but i will always use my best judgement and work to obtain the best result possible.
Is there a risk of infection?
I use sterile disposable microblading tools and disposable microblading blades..All my pigments are EU regulated pigments for semi-permanent makeup.Your personal wellbeing is a priority for me.While you are in the treatment room universal health and safety precautions are taken.However your house,or workplace can not be considered as a sterile environment.For that reason all the aftercare should be followed relegiously to eliminate any risks.