Beautiful, neat eyebrows make a woman beautiful. Today, naturalness is in fashion, so tint eyebrows are no longer famous, and it isn’t very pleasant to dye them all the time. It is necessary to find a good master and have time to make an appointment. What should one do? Sign up for the microblading Doncaster procedure and get transformed beyond recognition.
What is microblading in Doncaster studio?
It seems that microblading appeared recently. It has already been about ten years. The Chinese invented this technology for the Asians. Then beauticians adapted this technology to Europeans.
Microblading its permanent make-up is done using microscopic technology. The master hand paints each hair with a special dye applied on a thin needle. Such manual work is very labour-intensive and results in beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows.
With this state-of-the-art treatment, you can get your eyebrows in perfect shape and maintain them effortlessly. You will not have to trim them every day, just look in the mirror and enjoy the result. No one will even notice the intervention of the master. Just beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows. Isn’t that what you’ve been dreaming of?
If you have gaps in the eyebrows, want to lengthen them, it’s no problem for the master. He will do everything in the best way, and missing hairs will not be noticeable. Don’t like the direction of the eyebrow hairs? Well, that’s easily fixable by a professional craftsman. You can also raise your eyebrows slightly, which creates the perfect effect.
Who will benefit from eyebrow microblading
As mentioned before, microblading can help conceal imperfections like scars, scars and unevenness in the skin. You will get beautiful eyebrows with the right shade. At the same time, you will not need to correct them every day, as the result will be long-lasting. Your face will be more expressive and well-groomed. You will just accentuate your natural beauty a little bit and make your eyes more expressive.
If you just want to have beautiful natural eyebrows, then you can have the procedure done and enjoy good results. If you have thin eyebrows and are not thick enough, microblading will do a good service and help to hide the hollow areas in your eyebrows.
Microblading versus other procedures
Microblading has advantages compared to eyebrow colouring and permanent make-up:
- You can forget about eyebrow correction for six months or even a year.
- The procedure is painless, as anaesthesia is used.
- The procedure can be repeated several times if necessary. Microblading leaves no scars. Needles do not penetrate very deeply.
- The shade will last to the end of the treatment, and no unnatural blue staining will appear, as it is after tattooing. Your eyebrows will look natural all the time.
- The incomparable advantage of microblading is that there is no swelling after tattooing. Of course, there will be some slight redness after the procedure, but it will gradually fade.
- Anyway, microblading eyebrows is a medical procedure, which has its contraindications. In some cases, microblading should be avoided.
Consider the contraindications:
- in the case of hypersensitivity of the skin;
- In the presence of diabetes, because no one knows how this procedure will react to critical life-support systems;
- if you are expecting a baby or are breastfeeding, you should wait a little longer;
- if your body is prone to the formation of keloid scars, the procedure should not be performed;
- If you have a medical condition that affects blood clotting. With these diseases, a small wound can cause tremendous blood loss, while microblading implies small wounds.
- if there are any skin problems, including rashes;
- In the case of acute inflammatory conditions with a high fever.
Rather the masters will suggest that their clients have an intolerance test to avoid possible problems. If you find any of the cases described above, you should tell your masters about it. Suppose you have already had a procedure done unsuccessfully. In that case, it is worth notifying the masseur – this will allow him to adjust the technique or even advise to refuse the procedure. The procedure must go safely and comfortably for both parties.
Should to know before microblading in our Doncaster studio
Firstly, it should be noted that the microblading procedure is mainly done in salons, but some masters may come to the client’s home. For the procedure to go well, you need to prepare for it in advance. The preparation includes not only the choice of an experienced and qualified master but also some other things. It is necessary to improve blood circulation in the areas where microblading will be conducted.
How to prepare for the procedure?
Fourteen days before the procedure, stop correcting eyebrows, i.e. do not pluck or colour them. One week before the treatment, avoid visiting a solarium and taking any medication that could restrict blood vessels and thin the blood. One day before microblading, do not drink cola, coffee, alcohol or any other beverages that can change the diameter of blood vessels. These are simple steps that will help to avoid specific problems during the cosmetic procedure.
How the eyebrow microblading procedure works in Doncaster cosmetic tattooing studio. Let’s see all the steps in detail.
1. Shape and colour
First, you and the master select the shape of the eyebrows, which suits you best. Decide on the colour and size of your eyebrows right away. If you have blonde hair, a shade of eyebrows slightly darker than the colour of your hair is suitable, i.e. ashy, wheat and light brown shades. Brunettes are better suited for shades a tone or two lighter than the hair colour, choosing shades among brown and black. Please note that pure black should not be used, as it can produce a bluish tint.
2: Degrease the skin on the face
The skin near the eyebrows is degreased and treated with an anaesthetic, such as Emla cream. The area is covered with food film, which helps freeze the nerve endings better. After twenty minutes, the film is removed, and the area is treated with a disinfectant.
Using a pencil, the shape of the eyebrows is traced, and any unwanted hairs are removed. The threads of hair are then adjusted according to the shape that was pre-drawn. This is done using a unique tool, a manipulator, which consists of a pen with a sterile module that holds up to 114 needles. Some craftsmen attach a ruler or a template to keep the lines straight. The master makes thin cuts with a special blade, which is dipped into the pigment beforehand. The pigment is then rubbed in. Each hair is hand-painted and looks like natural hair.
To keep the colour as long as possible, special fixing agents are added. When the correction is completed, the only thing left is to remove the excess pigment from the skin, disinfect the eyes and eyebrows and treat the area with a healing spray.
Throughout the microblading procedure, the client lies with their eyes covered. The treatment usually takes around an hour and a half. After microblading, the hairs on the eyebrows are combed. A soothing cream is applied to calm the skin. The beautician will advise on how to care for the eyebrow area after the treatment.
Pay attention to the fact that if you have done tattooing not so long ago, and now you want to switch to microblading of eyebrows, look whether the colour is pale or still intensive. The second option would have first to remove the pigment from deep layers of the epidermis and only then do microblading.
To see the result of microblading eyebrows, you need to wait three weeks. By that time, the wounds will have healed completely, and you can admire beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows. Fourteen days after the procedure, the eyebrows are corrected, and additional strokes of hair are applied. Rarely is such a correction unnecessary, but rest assured, it will be much quicker and less painful.