Microblading also known as eyebrow embroidery is a form of semi permanant make-up, however unlike traditional semi permanant brows microblading implants pigment into the skin manually using a hand held tool. This allows for better control and finer more realistic hairstrokes as pigments are deposited closer to the surface of the skin....
How long does the microblading procedure last?
This varies from person to person and a colour refresh is
recommended on average from 12-18 months after your initial
How long does it take to do?
The procedure is split into 2 appointments, which are 4-6 weeks
apart to allow for the healing process to complete.
The initial procedure will take around 90 minutes this includes 30 minutes pre numbing and your second appointment takes from around 60 minutes.
Do I need a patch test?
Yes, all clients need a patch test at least 48 hours before the procedure. This can be posted out to you with instructions and pre advice form.
Does the microblading application hurt?
We take every precaution necessary to ensure the micro-pigmentation application is as pain free as possible. A range of topical anaesthetics are used for your comfort. Some clients find the procedure a little uncomfortable, whereas other clients report no discomfort at all. A combination of 2 anaesthetics are used, first a topical numbing cream and then a liquid topical anaesthetic is introduced once the microblading procedure has started. This is topped up regularly during the treatment to keep you comfortable.
How long is the recovery or healing time?
You do not have to hide from the world until you are healed. Many clients can walk right out the door, ready to show off their new brows. Initially stronger in colour, your new brows will soften to a natural looking and beautiful colour in 7-10 days
When will I see the final results?
A noticeable difference will be readily apparent immediately following the microblading procedure. You will see your final results after the healing process is fully completed, usually in two to three weeks.
How do you choose the shape?
We choose a shape and style together. At the beginning of the microblading procedure, i will draw in a suggested shape for your new brows based on your natural brow bone and face shape. Measurements are taken to check symmetry and position we then work together to perfect this to your preference
How do you choose a colour?
We choose a colour together by applying small amounts of different coloured pigments to the skin near to your brows and selecting the best match for your skin tone, features and personal preference.
What types of pigments do you use?
We use only inorganic pigments as these contain iron oxides which occur naturally in the body and so are very unlikely to cause a reaction. They are also more colour stable than organic pigments
What will they look like immediately after the procedure?
Your brows may be a little swollen, pink and sometimes a bit white. This is all very normal. They will be considerably darker for the first week, before they begin to fade out to a softer colour which is around 50% lighter.
Will they fade?
Your body’s skin changes over time and so will any permanent makeup coloration implanted into the skins layers. However, this natural fading process takes years and touch ups are easily done as your colours fade over time.
Can I have my brows microbladed if I'm pregnant?
No you cannot have this treatment done, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Does it hurt afterwards?
The area can be a little tender to the touch for the first few hours and sometimes for a couple of days.
Will my Microbladed Eyebrows look fake?
No, When we implant semi-permanent makeup pigment in the skin, it appears more natural looking than even topically applied cosmetics.
What if I don’t like it?
Although the procedure is considered semi-permanent, these procedures do have flexibility in changing colour and shape to some extent. Colours will appear much darker immediately following the procedure but will often soften and lighten during the healing process. The healing time is different for each individual and remember it takes time to adjust to a new look!
Are there any side effects during or after the procedure?
During the procedure there may be some minor bleeding. This will depend on the client. If a person is taking blood thinners on a daily basis, then some slight bleeding may occur. Bruising is rare but if a person is on blood thinners, then bruising could occur. There is usually some tenderness for a few days. The colour is much darker than you may expect for the first six to ten days
Consultation - Free of Charge
Microblading treatment £150.00
Additional Appointments? free topup if taken within first 2 months