Eye Brow Microblading Process

Consultation/Treatment process

  • Before treatment, a consultation will take place to establish an individual plan.
  • The brow design is drawn on in eyebrow pencil to give an idea of shape and form.
  • Photos are taken to study the symmetry of the brows.
  • Numbing cream is applied, and the colour is selected while the cream takes action.
  • The brow area is cleansed with sterile hygienic pads.
  • The treatment will start when you are 100% satisfied with the brow shape and colour.
  • A sterile Microblading tool and disposable blade will be used during your treatment.

What to Expect

Each appointment takes two hours. Some discomfort may be experienced, but most people find the numbing cream to be highly effective.

After your treatment, your brows may look darker than your chosen shade. This is very normal and is due to the process of implanting colour into the skin. As healing takes place, the colour will fade.

Your brows will go through various stages of healing in the first ten to twelve days. The full healing process is not complete for at least four to six weeks – during this time colour may look a little different to the expected final colour – this is normal. At six weeks the colour will have settled in. A repeat treatment after six weeks is essential for a good result.

Touch-Up Procedure

A second treatment after six weeks is essential to ensure the pigment adheres correctly; going over the existing brow strokes again creates depth of colour and longevity. Any areas that have faded will be redone, and the brow shape and thickness can be adjusted if desired. The procedure is the same as the initial treatment and will take an hour and a half.


Full aftercare instructions will be provided. Following these instructions rigorously is critical to make sure your new brows heal and hold their colour. Each tiny blade stroke is a small wound on the skin and requires adequate moisture and care to heal properly.

Microblading cannot be completed if

  • You have severely oily skin, or very dry, peeling skin.
  • If you are on any heart medication.
  • You have had Botox in the last three weeks (Botox must be performed at least three weeks before or three weeks after the procedure).
  • You are pregnant or nursing.