Microblading

microblading

What is Microblading?

Another form of Cosmetic Tattooing is Microblading, a manual hand held tool used to implant pigments under the skin. Using a very fine blade exact precision and accuracy can be achieved to create an extremely natural hair like look. Microblading is used for very sparse and thinning brows that need some extra definition and shaping, whereas cosmetic tattooing with the mechanical device would be used for brows that have little-to-no hairs left.

How does Microblading work?

In Aylesbury Microblading is carried out over 2 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart. The brows will appear darker than their intended colour when healing, and you may experience some form of flaking and/or scabbing, but this should only last a number of days. Before your microblading procedure starts, a topical anaesthetic cream is applied to the treatment area to numb any discomfort that may have been felt. If you would like any further information on Microblading you can book in for a free no-obligation consultation to see Caron at Whitethorn Fields MediClinic in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.