Microblade, Powder and Ombré Brows

Choose from Microblading, Powder or Ombré brows to achieve your desired look.


Information on each technique can be found below. Please read the prerequisites, precare and after care relating to these treatments before booking.


Microblading | Powder Brows | Ombré Brows

Brow Microblading

Microblading is a semi permanent micro-pigmentation treatment and is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to improve their existing brow shape or who have lost their hair entirely.


The treatment involves drawing and measuring the brow shape and then implanting pigment into the top layer (epidermis) of the skin using a tiny bladed tool to create realistic hairlike strokes. Placing the pigment in the epidermis is what makes Microblading a semi permanent treatment as over time the pigment will exfoliate away and fade.


Microblading is meant to replace individual hairs, not to fill your brows to look like they’re filled in with pencil or shadow.

A top up treatment will therefore be required after 5-6 weeks after the initial treatment in order to correct any hair strokes that may have faded.


Microblading Benefits

  • Virtually painless and safe
  • Smudge proof and water proof (including sweat)
  • Improved brow shape and facial symmetry
  • Time saving (no need to draw on your brows on every morning!)

Powder Brows

This method gives a powder effect and is achieved by using shading throughout the brow. Imagine a freshly applied eyebrow created using your favourite makeup powder. 


The powder brow is more like a traditional tattoo, and involves the application of thousands of tiny dots of pigment, inserted into the skin, gradually building up a colour and defined shape. It has longer lasting results then microblading, and works with most skin types, including oily or combination skin.


Clients come back for colour boosts closer to the 12-18month mark. The brow is also fuller and more defined or dramatic than with the microbladed hairstroke method.

Ombré Brows

A softer version of the powder brow.  This gorgeous powdered effect has a softer diffused bulb at the start of the brow, with the rest of the brow going darker towards the tail of the brow.  


Clients come back for colour boosts closer to the 12-18month mark.

Prerequisites, Precare & Aftercare

Prerequisites & Precare

Not everyone is eligible for  these treatments and timing can be very important as you will go through some healing phases, for example if you are planning to go on a sunny vacation, have facial treatments booked in, or have a special event planned, you may want to book your appointment around them accordingly.


These treatments cannot be performed if any of the following apply to you:


  • Under 18 years of age
  • Diabetes
  • Pregnant or Breastfeeding
  • Glaucoma
  • Transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis
  • Skin cancer or Keratosis in the area to be treated
  • Haemophilia and healing disorders
  • Those taking thyroid medication, roaccutane, steroids or blood thinners
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure or mitral valve disorder
  • Excessive oily skin
  • Broken capillaries
  • Acne or moles in the treatment area
  • Very dry or peeling skin including seborrhoea dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema, rashes or blisters on or around the site that is to be treated


Following the treatment there is no down time – you can go back to work or enjoy the rest of your day out in public. The treatment area may be slightly red and  some minimal swelling may be seen.


Aftercare specialist tattoo balm will be supplied following your treatment with a comprehensive leaflet regarding aftercare. Top up appointments should be booked every 12-18 months depending on each individual to maintain the ideal shape and colour.


For best-healed results you should avoid working out, sweating, and wearing any makeup around the brows for at least two weeks. Do not to pick at the scabs/dry skin as the scabs need to shed naturally. It is also recommended to stay out of hot sun and avoid any facial treatments throughout the entire healing process.