Microblading

Microblading is a traditional technique that has been used for hundreds of years, a refined permanent makeup technique and is now one of the leading tattooing techniques in the UK and abroad. It has many names including Eyebrow Embroidery or feathering.

The method uses a hand tool with very fine blades configured to a blade shape. The micro needles implant delicate hair strokes using a medical grade EU approved pigment colour. 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, the colour is impacted closer to the skins surface, and therefore the strokes appear and remain crisp and extremely fine. The end result is soft, flawless and natural brows to enhance natural features and overall appearance without the brows dominating their face.

This amazing Eyebrow treatment suits people who ideally have the wrong brow shape, over plucked, loss of hair/patchy areas and won’t grow back or through medical reasons such as Alopecia or chemotherapy.

Microblading gently enhances clients’ natural features, giving them more confidence in their overall appearance, however it does not suit certain skin types:

Excessive sebum or oily skin

Problem skin and broken capillaries

Acne

Moles

Keratosis

Seborrhoea Dermatitis

Very dry, peeling skin

Problem skin

You will need to return for your touch up treatment no later than 4-6 weeks after treatment.
Everyone’s skin heals differently and can clients develop patchy areas or the appearance of fading after the first treatment. It is important to understand that this is a two part process and the second, a touch up treatment will complete the procedure and, after healing, you will see the finished result.

The end result is very much dependant on following the aftercare regime and other factors including products, makeup, sun exposure and natural skin characteristics etc.

Depending on how well you look after your new Microbladed Eyebrows, the results can last up to 2 years and will require a ‘refresh’ boost normally between 12-18 months.

PLEASE BE PATIENT AND DON’T PANIC!

Full aftercare instructions will be provided after the procedure.