Microblading and tattoos originated in Asia and have became popular globally in recent years.  Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that allows reconstructing the eyebrows fully, during this process it is possible to achieve the most natural finish or bolder looking effect. Eyebrow microblading is performed by manually depositing pigment under the epidermal layer of the skin by a handheld manual tool, a small level of discomfort during the procedure will be present as minor breakage of the skin is taking place.

Microblading is the perfect solution if you want to correct your current eyebrow shape, add volume to brows or fill in sparse areas. It is also suitable if you have no eyebrow hairs, as we will create a new, beautiful, natural looking brow.

This treatment is ideal if you have suffered from illness or due to chemo/radiotherapy lost brow hairs or suffer from alopecia or other medical condition that resulted in eyebrow hair thinning or loss.

With the  ‘One-Pass‘ microblading technique we create microblade hair stroke flow that follows the direction of natural eyebrow hairs naturally blending in and creating a natural finish. The aim is to create a brow that nobody would be able to tell that it has undergone semi-permanent treatment.

Unlike permanent makeup brow treatment, the microblading technique involves drawing individual, crisp hair strokes that are more natural looking. Microblading is several times thinner than the needles used for tattoos which compared to hairstroke technique performed with PMU machine, microblading strokes tend to heal a lot thinner and crisper.

Certain skin types can affect how long microblading will last,  on a normal skin type microblading should last on average between 12-18 months.  With excessively oily or dry skin, microblading may only last around 6 months.

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Pre Procedure

Make sure you are feeling fit and well before your microblading procedure and please reschedule your appointment if you have an outbreak of cold sores or shingles. If you are currently taking antibiotics then you will need to have completed your course for at least 2 weeks prior to the microblading procedure.