As ladies, doing your makeup every morning or every time you go for a night out can be tiring. Every day you’re bombarded with celebrities with beautifully shaped eyebrows. You’d love that look but it already takes you 5 hours to put your makeup on as it is :). That’s why we are here to help with our microblading Leicester treatment.
You’d do anything for a lushous pair of lashes, especially if you didn’t have to have a degree in art to do them every morning.
So, you’ve come across the concept of microblading and you want to find out more. It seems like a potential solution but you have questions.
It seems that microblading could be just what you’re looking for and could save you from doing your own brows and going out looking like your 5 year old niece has drawn on you.
Well, today we’ll talk you through it so you’re better informed!
The tips and info we’ll bring you here are an accumulation of our years of experience as well as info we’ve gleaned from one of the best brow artists in the world.
What Exactly Is Microblading?
It’s basically centred around the structure of an eyebrow. You don’t want to be too focused on creating great shapes etc as the shape and look of a face is really important. This means as we already know that every individual face will require a specific brow shape.
The process of microblading is very intricate. The tool used allows for a delicate and fine process that involves a little needle. It looks like a pen and the needles don’t actually puncture the skin.
The tool very gently scratched the skin’s surface. The tiny incision is similar to a paper cut. The tool allows for fine light strokes that leave behind a pigment on the skin’s epidermis layer, which in turn leaves fine and realistic strokes of hair.
Is Microblading Different from A Brow Tattoo?
Brow tattooing tends to affect a deeper skin layer than microblading. Microblading is more of a surface procedure and is not permanent. Generally the colour of brows when they’ve been microbladed can last up to 18 month.
You will not be able to achieve the fine hair stroke look by tattooing, only microblading can do this. This technique is also carried out without any electrical procedure.
Any noise that you hear during the procedure will be a scratching noise. You will not hear the noise of a tattoo gun that penetrates the skin at much deeper levels.
Can Microblading Cause an Allergic Reaction in Some People?
There are some that may have a slight allergic reaction to microblading and some of the pigments. We have seen over a number of years, very rare cases of people having an allergic reaction. This is why a scratch test prior to your treatment to ensure that you are not allergic.
What Are The Costs Associated with Microblading
Prices of course will vary depending on where you are in the country.
Our program consists of an initial consultation, the main procedure followed by a top up session around 60 days time.
This program we offer is our top of the range and will cost around £500.
Please get in touch to book your initial consultation.