microblading with jenni

 

microblading with jenni

Eyebrow microblading is relatively new to the UK but it has been popular in parts of Asia and Europe for over 25 years. Our microblading expert, Jenni will use a microblade tool, which has a series of tiny micro needles, dipped into pigment to make a fine cut in the skin under your brows.

The pigment is carefully implanted into your skin, giving you a completely natural looking brow compared to some types of permanent cosmetics. The iron oxide base in the pigment allows the colour in the micro pigmentation to fade gently over time, unlike the inks usually used in permanent cosmetic tattoos. The depth of the pigment is also carefully controlled to achieve the most natural results.

Microblading is a semi-permanent brow treatment designed to fade naturally and eventually disappear altogether so that you’re not left with unnatural looking faded colour that looks unsightly. Brows aren’t all the same, so the results do differ according to your individual skin type. On drier skin, the results are very defined, while very Oily skin can give a more powdery result, but Jenni be able to give you expert advice on what wll work for you.

Microblading – embroidery for your eyebrows

The semi-permanent  technique is sometimes described as ’embroidery for the eyebrows’ as it’s so delicate and precise. Jenni uses the microblading tool to carefully draw on new, natural looking brows with tiny, precise strokes that look just like real hair. It’s become more and more popular in the last few years, and that’s mostly because of its unparalleled natural look and finish.

If you’ve had enough of the constant brow upkeep with tweezers, eyebrow gels, various pencils, and and makeup, why not ask us about microblading instead, and try a brow-grooming option that lasts longer, looks great and takes minimal upkeep?

You can book a slot with Jenni through our online booking system. A patch test will be needed 48 hours before the treatment. Please email Jenni to book one on lucaarchie@aol.com or to ask any further questions.