What is Microblading?
Microblading (or eyebrow embroidery, as it’s also known) uses a specifically designed tool, which bleeds pigment into the small scratches on the epidermis to create fine lines mimicking strokes of hair. The overall look is natural and realistic.
- Do not get your brows wet for the first 7-10 days.
- Use the healing balm provided 2-3 times a day for the first 7-10 days with a cotton bud – NOT YOUR FINGERS!
- Do not apply any make up on the treatment area for the first 7-10 days.
- No swimming, saunas/jacuzzi, sun beds for the first 7-10 days.
- Do not have any other cosmetic treatments such as facials, skin peels, laser, etc. within the first 4-6 weeks.
- Don’t pick, peel or scratch the treated area.
- Avoid direct sun exposure for the first 14 days.
Does it hurt?
We’re not going to lie, it’s not totally pain-free. But it’s also not unbearable. It’s pretty much how you’d imagine teeny-tiny blades to feel on your brows – a bit scratchy. It’s over pretty quickly and once you see your fancy new brows you’ll forget about all the pain. There can also be a little discomfort during the healing process.
About 4-6 weeks after your first treatment, you’ll need a follow up appointment to top up the pigment and to make any small adjustments to the shape or fullness.
How long does it last?
Again, depending on how thick/full you want your eyebrows to look and how well you stick to the suggested aftercare guidelines, microblading can last between one to three years. Top-ups may be required within 12 months.
Eyeliner – £125
Eyebrows – £250
Lips – £250
*Including 1 free top up