Microblading was first invented at the beginning of the 21st century and is a procedure that allows the technician to dramatically correct or fully reconstruct the eyebrow. It was first introduced in Asia, and does not involve the use of a machine, unlike permanent make up.
The Microblading Process
Microblading is the manual process of introducing semi-permanent makeup in the form of coloured pigments to mimic hair on the eyebrows. This technique involves drawing individual, crisp hair strokes using a unique pen. This gives you the finish of eyebrows that are more natural looking.
This is achieved by our specialist brow technician, Sue Adams, who utilises the Microblade by scratching the outer layer of the skin to a depth that allows the pigment to be easily absorbed.
The process is waterproof, smudge proof and looks completely natural. By using specialist Microblading techniques, Sue can achieve fullness and shape by mimicking hair where no hair has existed previously.
The initial consultation is free, and the cost is £300.00 for two appointments. Sue works with each of her clients to decipher exactly the look they want, and will ensure every step is taken to ensure the perfect finish. As a client, you will leave the clinic feeling confident and fulfilled.