Microblading is a semi-permanent way of creating fuller, natural looking eyebrows. This is a very popular cosmetic treatment, it is ideal for those with mishapen or sparse eyebrows. Microblading inserts pigment in to the skin with a hand tool, the tip of which is made of a row of very tiny needs, the technician draws the fine hair stroke which are undistinguishable from real hair. Brows can be transformed by altering the shape, thickness, colour or just simply creating definition.

We take time to discuss with you and plan the look you want to achieve, carefully choosing the colours that are matched to your hair and skin tones.

Before & After

The Process

The shape of the eyebrows is calculated according to the Golden Ratio of Pi 1.618 and face morphology. Symmetry is achieved through careful calculations and the brows planned whilst the clients’ eyes are shut so that the mimetic muscles (which affect symmetry) are relaxed.

A pigment is then applied to to the surface layer of the skin (dermis) using sterilized tools.  Strokes are always drawn in the direction of natural hair growth in order to achieve a hyper-realistic look.

When a client has very few natural hairs, manual techniques can be combined with a machine in order to create shadows that improve the volume.

Treatments are performed with disposable sterile tools and pigments are produced in accordance with the highest standards.

Correction is carried out one month after treatment, because between 10-15% of strokes drawn will disappear after the first treatment.

The colour of the eyebrows are extremely dark immediately after treatment and for the first 5 to 7 days. During the second week of healing, up to 50% of the colour intensity will be reduced.  Warning! If you think the colour is too dark do not try to remove it yourself. Patiently wait 7 more days for the colour to fade on its own.

The duration of the colour primarily depends upon how oily the skin is. The oilier the skin is, the shorter the colour will last.  External factors such as sweating and sun exposure can also reduce colour fastness.

On average, expected time until a colour refreshment is between 12-18 months. Very oily skin can be much shorter, perhaps 6 months.

Healing is fully completed after 28 days and this is where we perform an obligatory addition of the pigment that has been lost.  With problematic and oily skins, we can have several additions (corrections).

Post-treatment care makes up to 70% of the treatment’s success.  Conscientiously obey treatment advice, because if you don’t you may lose up to 80% of the drawn strokes.  Rinsing and applying creams is of great importance.

Pain during the treatment is relative.  Anxious clients and clients who have their period are likely to feel stronger pain. Other clients compare the pain in a similar way to when they pluck their eyebrows.

It is possible to use a mild anaesthetic in the form of a cream to completely eliminate the pain.

Treatment success depends on: your skin type, post treatment care and other external factors.

Microblading for people fighting cancer

Although self-appearance is initially a lesser concern for people struggling with Cancer or Chemotherapy, your self-esteem is crucially important. Staying positive helps with rebuilding your health and becoming strong again.  Irrespective of how poorly somebody feels, everybody wants to look like themselves again as soon as possible. Microblading can certainly help with this.

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