Microblading is a manual method of cosmetic tattooing, which does not use a machine. It uses a disposable hand-held tool, which enables Jade to mimic the most natural hair strokes and create the perfect brow for each client. The pigment is implanted in the basal membrane, which divides the epidermis from the dermis layer of the skin. This technique is therefore more superficial than tattooing, leaving extremely crisp, natural looking hair strokes.
This amazing eyebrow treatment suits people who have the wrong brow shape, over plucked brows, loss of hair or patchy areas that won’t grow back which can be due to medical reasons such as alopecia or chemotherapy. It is also perfect for those clients wishing to strengthen their brow shape without the need for daily makeup.
Combination Brows combine Microblading and Microshading techniques to create a fuller and more defined brow.
The Microshading technique is performed by using a tapping motion to insert pigment in between the microbladed hairstrokes. The effect is basically the same you would achieve when adding quality brow powder, using brow pencil or brow gel on your brows. Of course you are welcome to do that even after having Combination Brows done but you don’t need to.
Combination Brows are great for those who have oily skin, little to no hair as it create more definition but is also great for those who want a 'powder/makeup finish'.
Depending on how well you look after your new eyebrows, they will last for around a year. A colour boost is recommended annually. Aftercare is paramount to maintaining your new brows.
No, not really. On a scale of 1-10, most clients report a discomfort of about a 3.
It takes around 1 - 2 weeks. Some heal quicker than others and scabs may form but it is fine to go out in public.
No. Jade will work with your existing eyebrow hair, blending her hair strokes in seamlessly.
No. You will need to wait until your baby has arrived and is fully weaned before you can have the treatment.
The first appointment takes around 2 hours. A lot of the treatment is drawing in your brows.
Not on the brows for at least two weeks but everywhere else is fine.
A semi-permanent brow treatment is a two part procedure over a 4-6 week period.