Semi-permanent eyebrow drawing
Microblading is a manual skill of semi-permanent eyebrow drawing which creates extremely fine, natural looking hair strokes leaving you with perfect, full and natural looking brows!
How is the microblading procedure performed?
Each appointment begins with a discussion of the client’s desired look and needs before sketching out and measuring the placement of the eyebrows.
The process of measuring brow placement starts by determining the centre of the face and the set of the eyes. Start point, arch and ending are worked out by whether the eyes are normal, close or wide set.
Sketches of the full brow, with the appropriate thickness and arch height, are produced to give the client a general idea of what the finished brows will resemble and set the outline for the microblading procedure.
How long does microblading usually last?
It varies as each individual is different. The main factors are depending on skin type and whether the aftercare advice is followed religiously. However, the pigment will generally fade slowly over 12 months.
Is microblading painful?
The treatment can be a little uncomfortable for those who are more sensitive. However, I will ensure you are as comfortable as possible.
Throughout the microblading treatment there will be two numbing creams applied to the eyebrow area. One cream will be applied to unbroken skin and another will then be applied to broken skin after the outline of the brows have been filled. Over all the pain is tolerable throughout the treatment.
How does microblading work?
Your chosen pigment (colour) is applied with a specifically chosen hand tool (tailored to your skin type) which has a certain amount of fine needles to create marks in the skin. The chosen pigment is then bladed into the skin just below the dermis achieving in a very natural look.
All strokes will be in the same direction as your natural hair growth. A ‘touch up’ will be required 4 to 6 weeks after initial treatment.