Microblading is a tattooing technique in which a small handheld tool made up of several tiny needles is used to add permanent pigment to the skin. Microblading differs from standard eyebrow tattooing because each hairstroke is created by hand producing a thin, natural looking line that blends in with existing eyebrow hair, whereas, with eyebrow tattoos it is still done with a machine and needle often producing thicker, less natural lines that tend to expand over time. It is typically used on eyebrows to attempt to either create, enhance or reshape the appearance of the eyebrows. Microblading deposits pigment into upper region of the dermis, so it fades more rapidly than traditional tattooing techniques, which deposit pigment deeper into the dermis.

General contra-indications:
– diabetes
– high blood pressure
– pregnancy and lactation
– acute infections
– taking medicines
– psoriasis (in active phase)
– eczema
– active herpes
– cancer during treatment
– taking steroids
– taking antibiotics
– taking anti-acne medicines (retinoid)
– tendency to keloids and scaring
– tendency to conjunctivitis
– haemophilia
– heart disease
– albinism
– rheumatoid arthritis
– bone disease
– respiratory diseases
– kidneys diseases
– taking anticoagulants
– aesthetic treatments 2 weeks before and after permanent make-up:
– Botox
– Hyaluronic acid
– Peelings
– Laser
– Mesotherapy

Touch Up
It is recommended to wait between 6-8 weeks before touch up. During this visit we will fill any gaps and correct the overall shape and shade if needed. It is necessary to keep before and after care precautions.

After Care

24-48hrs after the treatment
– remove morning discharge from the eye with a clean tissue (permanent eye make-up)
– keep your hands always clean when having contact with pigmented area
– gently clean the pigmented area with dumped cotton pad morning and evening
– do not drink any alcohol or stimulants for 48hrs
– avoid smoking cigarettes

– on pigmented area we use post treatment product once a day or as advised
– avoid excessive exercising
– do not wear contact lenses (permanent eye make-up)
– avoid hot drinks, spicy meals and alcohol

1 week
– wear a sunglass (permanent eye and eyebrows make-up)
– you can gentle wash lips and eyebrows with octanisept (in case of cold sore)

2 weeks
– do not go to swimming pool and sauna, do not go for any facials and do not exfoliate your skin
– do not use any coloured make-up products (pencil, eyeliner, mascara, lipstick etc.) and eyelash/eyebrow conditioners on pigmented area until is not fully healed
– do not wear eyelash extension
– do not do tinting

For the whole healing time
– do not scratch off the scabs, be careful not to destroy them
– do not sunbathe (minimum 4 weeks)