Microblading is the most popular semi-permanent makeup solution. It is carried out by certified beauty professionals using a 9 to 14 needle blade.
This blade is used carefully to make small incisions around the eyebrow area where pigment is carefully inserted as part of the treatment.
Semi-permanent Makeup and Eyebrow Treatments in Leicester
On average a microblading beauty treatment will take around 150 minutes. This consists of 3 stages performed at our serene beauty clinic in Leicester:
- Numbing the eyebrow area
- Drawing the desired eyebrow shape
- The microblading permanent brow makeup procedure
You will need to allow up to 10 days for your skin to heal.
How Often Will My Eyebrows Need Microblading?
We usually will ask you to return back to us in 4 to 6 weeks time. The purpose of your 2nd beauty session is to check on the 1st treatment and then to apply a 2nd treatment to ensure the inserted pigment remains.
Microblading Booking Procedure
Once you have scheduled the date for your microblading treatment at our Leicester Beauty clinic, we will require you to pop into our beauty clinic 48 hours prior to your treatment so we can carry out a patch test.
This is an opportunity for you to meet and get to know our team, discuss the microblading permanent makeup procedure and for you to ask any questions you may have.
Requirements for Our Microblading Treatment
Please do not take any blood-thinning medication 48 hours prior to your brow treatment. Treatments will only go ahead if the patch test is negative. Please arrive at our beauty salon wearing your standard, everyday makeup.
We will also ask you to disclose any other facial treatments you’ve had done with the last 4 weeks of your eyebrow treatment.
You may experience slight redness and some swelling around the treated area so it may be wise to not arrange any social engagements shortly after your permanent brow treatment.
Have Questions About Our Microblading Treatment
If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact our Leicester beauty clinic and we look forward to seeing you for one of our treatments.
You can also check out our blog for the latest in our brow treatments and permanent makeup treatments.
Micro-pigmentation is also referred to as permanent makeup. It helps our clients that find it tedious to shape their brows each.
Microblading eyebrows or micro-pigmentation is basically tattooing of the brow area that can provide clients with long term results.
We can only apply our permanent makeup treatments to the most common three areas which are:
Applying makeup each day takes time. Getting the right look is not always easy. Having a helping hand with semi-permanent makeup through microblading is a sure way to reduce some of the stress getting ready in the mornings.
Any help with makeup is welcomed as far as we are concerned!
All of our treatments are carried out by registered and certified professionals and the procedure itself is completely safe.
Microblading and micro-pigmentation deals with the dermal layer of the skin (dermis). The results last up to 12 months and are achieved by eyebrow reshaping by using a tattooing treatment that uses specifically designed hypo-allergenic pigments. Typically a top-up is required every 12 months depending on skin types etc.
How Long Until I See Results?
This is a treatment procedure that will show visible immediate results. Most semi-permanent makeup treatments can last up to 12 months although in some cases we’ve seen the shortest duration at around 6 months.
Although microblading is typically a safe and well-practised procedure, many clients will notice some slight swelling and a little bit of redness. We will run you through a complete aftercare procedure which can be applied by yourself with ease.
You will be able to go about your normal day to day activities straight after although some prefer to wait until the redness and calmed down.
You will be stunned by the results and the full effect will only be visible after your scheduled colour boost has been applied. The colour boost is included within your initial treatment fee.