Customers can improve the shape of their brows with a microblading treatment, which involves applying pigments to the surface layer of skin
What You'll Get
- What’s included: eyebrow microblading
- After applying a numbing agent, technicians wield a handheld microblading pen, dipping it in ink to etch hair-like lines into the brows
- Session may last from 90 to 150 minutes
What is microblading?
Semi-permanent pigments are applied to the surface layer of skin, designed to define and enhance natural facial features. The pigments are implanted using a hand tool with attached needles fused together in a curvilinear grouping. Effects will gradually fade over time, depending on factors such as age, exposure to sun and general skin care; however, top-ups can rectify this.
What happens at sessions?
The first session includes a consultation to discuss desired shape, thickness and colour of the brows. Therapist will then match pigment with client’s natural skin shade and hair colour to achieve more natural look.
What about recovery?
Clients are likely to experience minor swelling of the treated area, which should fade over the following one or two days. The area will also look darker in colour immediately afterwards, with final results taking a few days to appear.
The Fine Print
About Aesthetics of Liverpool
The team of specialists at Aesthetics of Liverpool provide an extensive range of skincare and dermatological treatments. These include revitalising facials and derma rollers, as well as skin peels and vitamin boosters. Body contouring procedures are also on offer, including cryolipolysis and 3D treatments. The clinic's practitioners make every endeavour to tailor the services to their clients' individual needs.