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Bringing your brows to life.


Microblading is a manual skill of semi permanent eyebrow drawing; using a light feathering technique to create defined fine hair strokes keeping the overall finish natural. Microblading is suitable for the correction of the current eyebrow shape, volume and sparseness. It is also suitable for clients with no eyebrow hairs, as Microblading will create new, natural looking brows. This treatment is particularly ideal for clients who have suffered from cancer and due to undergo chemo/radio therapy, lost brow hairs or suffer from alopecia or other medical conditions that result in eyebrow hair thinning or loss.

How long does the treatment take? 

First treatment 2 hours, top up 1hour.

How long does the colour pigment last?

The pigment can last between 1 - 2 years. Factors for example lifestyle, skin regeneration, sun exposure, facial treatments will influence the durability of the pigment.


Does it hurt?

The first pass you will feel a slight discomfort, the second pass a numbing agent is applied.

Can I have microblading if I've had it before?

80% of clients who have existing semi permanent make up are able to have their brows corrected or covered, however this is subject to a consultation.

Do I need an allergy test?

Yes, it is a legal requirement for you to to undergo a patch test minimum 24 hours before your full microblading treatment. The process for this requires a small scratch behind each ear (this is done with a sterile and disposable blade, the same kind that will be used on the day of the treatment. Then pigment will be applied to one side and anaesthetic to the other. Pigment and anaesthetics is being inserted into the skin during the treatment not on top of the skin - therefore we must test it the same way.

Can I have Microblading if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

It is not possible to have microblading done whilst you are still pregnant or breastfeeding, you must wait a minimum of 2 weeks after giving birth for your hormones to regulate before having the treatment done. You must also wait until you have finished breast feeding, primarily because not enough research has been done to prove that the treatment cant harm your child through breast feeding, although very unlikely - it's not worth the risk. Additionally, certain hormones released in the body when breastfeeding will cause your skin to reject the pigment, ultimately resulting in them completely disappearing days/weeks after the treatment. 


  • Diabetes

  • Hepatitis

  • Seborrheic dermatitis

  • If taking drugs for blood dissolution

  • Over broken capillaries, moles, keloids

  • Pregnancy/ nursing mothers

  • Haemophilia

  • Auto immune disease (e.g HIV)


You will be provided with a verbal and written aftercare instruction along with an aftercare product.

Your consultation is essential, it ensures you fully understand the Microblading treatment start to finish, and you're briefed of your aftercare products/process. It's important to manage your expectations as everyones skin type and lifestyle are different and these aspects can effect the longevity and quality of your eyebrows. 

I will answer any questions you have about the treatment and perform an essential patch test.

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