Microblading, also known as Eyebrow Tattoos, semi-permanent eyebrows, eyebrow embroidery or brow resurrection, is a relatively new manual method of defining the brows. Offering subtle, natural results, eyebrow tattoo is considered to be semi-permanent, as opposed to the traditional hair-stroke technique.
Perfect for anyone who wants to enhance the look of their eyebrows, the microblading result is a natural-looking yet defined brow which is ideal for those suffering from alopecia ortrichotillomania. Microblading is also perfect for anyone who’d simply like to improve their existing brows or save time on their morning make up routine!
Formulated to match your original eyebrow colour, the pigments we use will always blend perfectly into your existing hair.
In terms of the sensation, expect an electric toothbrush-like feeling; you shouldn’t experience any pain and the area is numbed, prior to your procedure, with a topical anaesthetic.
All eyebrow treatments include a free ‘retouch’ appointment, which takes place around four to six weeks following your first session. This is not always a necessity but may be required if the colour does not heal easily. If a further top-up is required, a small charge will be incurred.
Initially, the brows will appear darker, fading significantly over a two-week period. Lasting anywhere from one to three years, a touch-up is recommended around once a year to retain the shape and saturation of the pigment.
Offering a subtle, natural-look, microblade tattooed eyebrows can frame your face beautifully.
Please note: your eyebrow hair doesn’t need to be removed for this procedure, as we work with your natural hair to achieve the desired look.
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How Do I Prepare For My Microblading Treatment?
Before we perform your microblading treatment, you should avoid the following:
- Sun bathing or the use of sunbeds for 7 days before your appointment
- Avoid waxing the eyebrows for at least 3 days before your microblading treatment
- Avoid tinting the eyebrows for at least 3 days before the treatment
- Avoid caffeine for 24 hours before your microblading procedure
- Avoid aspirin or other substances which may thin the blood, such as alcohol or certain medicines
Microblading treatment can not be performed onto broken or irritated skin.
How Do I Recover After My Microblading Treatment?
The healing period following your microblading treatment is usually between 7 and 10 days. During this time, it is recommended that you avoid the following:
- Saunas and swimming pools
- Sunbathing, including the use of sunbeds
- Avoid heavy make up, particularly around the microbladed area
- Avoid any other facial cosmetic procedures
- Avoid touching the microblading treatment area
On the first day after the procedure you should avoid washing your face, instead gently clean treated area with cotton pad and sterile water (every hour). After your healing period you may wash your face with flowing fresh water, although avoid the use of clearing agents on the treated area. Throughout the healing period it is essential to use the healing cream provided at your microblading appointment, at least once a day.