Microblading

Microblading is a technique used to add pigment to the eyebrow area, creating new replica hair strokes. This can be used to define the natural shape of the eyebrow, to replace lost hairs or to create a complete new look.
 
Microblading is performed by manually depositing coloured pigment superficially into the upper region of the dermis using a manual microblading tool with attached needles fused together in a linear group.
 
Whether you prefer a thick arch, pointed arch or just subtle feathered hair stroke there is different options to cater for every individual. Microblading offers the illusion of real hair.
 
Microblading can last up to two years , depending on the skin type, UV factors, medication etc and most clients should have a colour boost around 18 months after completed treated as a natural fade out starts to happen.
Common clients are , people who suffer with Alopecia, clients who have undergone chemotherapy and full hair growth has not come back, young or mature clients, this treatment is perfect for people who have no eyebrows, loss of hair , patches or just generally want a natural shape or shape change.
 
A patch test is required at least 48 hours prior to the treatment. A touch up is also required 5-6 weeks after first treatment. Numbing cream is also required around 40 minutes prior to treatment, treatment is usually around 2 hours in total including numbing cream, forms etc top up takes around an hour.

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