Delivery From R 60
Delivery From R 60
What Is Microblading?
Microblading originated in Asia and is also known as eyebrow embroidery. A fantastic treatment for anyone looking to improve or enhance the appearance of their eyebrows.
The pigment remains in the skin indefinitely although the colour may fade due to aging of the tattoo, health or environmental factors. Touch ups may be required at this time.
In the first appointment, a shape is established, colour saturation occurs, or the first set of hair-stokes.
The second appointment is to reinforce the pigment (fill any spots where colour did not take as well, or where hair-strokes faded, as they can do) to give a more realistic, 3D appearance.
Please prepare beforehand for your treatment
Preparation for a microblading procedure involves:
It will also be beneficial, if possible, to also include the following preparation beforehand::
How Long Does Each Procedure Take?
Often, for eyebrows, the longest part of the appointment can be the consultation and actually drawing on the brow shape. A fair amount of time is spent getting the eyebrows as symmetrical and as close to perfect as possible, with your approval before any microbladinging begins.
How Long Does Microblading Last?
There is no definitive answer to this one – it is dependent on many factors, such as:
• the pigment used – darker pigments i.e. black and very dark brown last a lot longer than lighter shades.
• The density of pigment – i.e. a treatment that has been reinforced with a second adjustment appointment will usually be longer lasting
• Environmental factors such as exposure to UV light. Tanning and not using sun protection will fade microbladings faster
• Your health and overall individual physiology – some people retain pigment extremely well
Generally, the treatment is considered permanent; in many cases (especially eyeliner and very dark brows) you will always have some pigment in the skin. A touch-up treatment is recommended every 12-18 months for most microblading treatments
The area treated may show redness and swelling and that the colour looks dark and intense – this is quite normal.
Additional treatments cannot be undertaken until the area has completely healed. A 4/6 week healing time is required before any more work can be undertaken.
In order to let your brows heal well, avoid water on the brow area and follow these after care instructions:
Enjoy your new wonderful brows!!