The most important things to consider are pain, safety and results.
One of the most common concerns about Permanent Makeup is the Pain. The Anaesthetic cream and gel used for Permanent Make Up is so effective that virtually no pain is felt during the procedure. This makes the client and the technician calm and relaxed to have a perfect result. Due an inventive design there is a blood stopper in the gel anaesthetic, so there is virtually no blood present during the treatment. This really helps when doing lip treatments.
Hygiene is a serious concern, so all accessories used that come in contact with the skin are disposable. All disposable items come individually wrapped and pre-sterilized, ensuring hygiene at all times. The parts are extremely affordable, so absolutely no reusing or autoclaving is necessary.
Microblading is a form of tattooing. Pigment is implanted under the skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. Hair-like strokes are applied with the tool to mimic natural hairs in your brows, leaving the brow looking natural.
Microblading is perfect for those who fully eyebrows, more definition and to cover any gaps from over plucking.
The procedure takes 2,5 hours and is painless.
Microblading is different from conventional permanent tattooing. It is a manual procedure as apposed to the machine operated treatment used for permanent makeup. Pigment is deposited with a micro blading needle in the surface of the skin. This leaves a very fine and crisp hair like stroke.
It should last between 12 to 18 months. A touch-up will be required after this time to keep the colour true.
The area will be sensitive for a day or two. After care treatment will be advised after your consultation.
We make use of a topical anesthetic which is topped up throughout your procedure.
Yes, although NO makeup will be allowed on your eyebrows until the scabbing is completed. Eye shadow and foundation around the brow area is advised against.
Scabbing usually lasts just over a week. The wearing or applying of any creams is not advised. Brows will appear much lighter once your scabs have come off. A touch-up consultation is due after 6 weeks.
- It is not suitable for anyone taking blood thinners and steroids.
- You cannot have the procedure if you have recently had botox around your eyebrows or a chemical peel on your face – waiting period of 4 weeks is advised
- Pregnant women CANNOT have microblading under any circumstances.
- It is not suitable for anyone with very oily or damaged skin, hyper pigmentation, eczema or keratosis.
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