Microblading Treatment £200
Microblading with Shading £250
(Price also includes 6/8 week top up)
Touch Up (Within 6 months) £125
12 months £200/£250
Eyebrow microblading is ideal for those who have over-plucked, light-coloured or thin eyebrows that need to be filled in or redefined. Microblading can also reconstruct and redefine the eyebrow shape, whether you want a feathered arch or a straight bold look.
Like other permanent eyebrow techniques, microblading is ideal for:
* People with sensitive skin who cannot use cosmetics
*People with limited vision or cannot apply makeup without glasses
*Stroke survivors, people with arthritis, Parkinson's disease or other medical
conditions that prevent them from applying cosmetic makeup.
*Sport enthusiasts such as swimmers, runners and cyclists who want to look their best but
will sweat off cosmetics
*People who are too busy to spend hours on their appearance but need to look their best
Microblading is a type of permanent makeup that uses a finer specialised tool to create a natural eyebrow effect, hair by hair rather than as a bold continuous line. Microblading is also known as cosmetic tattooing, eyebrow embroidery, micropigmentation or dermagraphics.
Eyebrow microblading, like other permanent makeup techniques, is considered a semi-permanent procedure. It does not wash off and will look good for 1 to 2 years depending on how you care for your eyebrows. The pigment used during the process will begin to fade after time and is therefore termed "semi-permanent".
The initial microblading procedure takes around 2 hours. This includes prep time discussing the look you want to achieve with your eyebrow shaping. The eyebrows will initially be drawn with a pencil to define the exact final shape. You will also have to choose the colour and the density you want before the eyebrow microblading procedure begins.
Microblading can cause a small amount discomfort, on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being very painful, many people say they would say they feel around a 3. An anaesthetic is applied to the skin before we start the clinical procedure.
Please bear in mind that thousands of body tattoos are performed over large areas of skin with no anaesthetics at all. However, permanent cosmetic procedures such as eyebrow microblading come under the luxury treatment category and so we make every effort to ensure all our customers are comfortable and relaxed.
As a microblading professional, working in the permanent makeup sector we must be fully trained to provide a completely safe environment for our microblading treatments. Tools are properly sterilised; needles are aways new, sterile and unopened. The tattoo artist should use disposable one-time machine parts for complete safety and they should be disposed of correctly in a sharps container as per clinical guidelines. Disposable aprons and gloves should be used for each new patient and the treatment area should be free of other contaminants such as nail dust, aerosols and chemicals used in hair dye, for example.
Eyebrow microblading produces very few problems or side effects, unlike eyeliner or lip permanent makeup which may result in some mild swelling or bruising. The eyebrow areas may feel slightly tender to the touch for a few days after the microblading. The eyebrow colour will be darker for the first 7-10 days, but generally you can enjoy the look of your newly enhanced eyebrows straight away.