Would you like a slightly more permanent solution for your eyebrows? Have you always dreamed of beautiful, full eyebrows? Then a Microblading treatment is definitely worth considering. With a blade / knife with 18 sterile needles in a manual pen, fine hairs are pigmented in the direction of hair growth between the first and second layer of skin. The Microblading hairstroke technique is therefore a special semi-permanent make-up technique that gives a beautiful and "natural look" to your eyebrows. As it were, imitation hairs are drawn into the skin with a color pigment in between the existing hairs, so that your eyebrows look "just" a bit more beautiful in shape and color, but also very natural. It is a semi-permanent treatment, which means that the hair strokes will fade after about 1.5 years. This allows the shape and color to be adjusted annually, in line with eyebrow trends.
- Intake interview (20 minutes) Free
- Microblading (including 1 follow-up treatment within 6 - 8 weeks) €350.00*
- Touch-up within 1 year €147.50*
- Touch-up after 1 year to 1.5 years € 175,- *
- Touch-up after 1 .5year to 2 years € 200,- *
- Touch-up after 2 years €, - on request
- Touch-up permanent make-up placed elsewhere €, - on request
* for existing customers
Please note! If you are not familiar with our salon, please contact the relevant salon first to check the quality of your eyebrows. The price may differ.
Before the treatment starts, your wishes will be discussed in detail and the stylist will explain the entire procedure of the treatment. Then she proceeds to draw the eyebrows, of course taking into account your wishes and the shape of your face. Only after you are satisfied with the pre-drawn eyebrows will she start the Microblading treatment. Hygiene and safety come first during the treatment, which is why we fully follow the GGD guidelines.
The treatment takes 2 to 2.5 hours. You must return within 6 weeks for a touch-up treatment (included in the price).
If you wish to make an appointment for a treatment, there must be at least 48 hours in between. This way we can provide you with all the precautions you need to take at least 24 hours prior to the treatment.
It is important that the pigmentation heals as quickly as possible. A number of factors are important for this:
- The healing time of a cosmetic tattoo or permanent make-up is approximately 1 week
- General health and physical condition play a role in this
- Personal hygiene is necessary during the healing time of the cosmetic tattoo or permanent make-up.
Follow the instructions below closely to ensure an optimal healing process. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact your specialist.
NOTE: Do not wet the eyebrows for the first 72 hours after the treatment.
Every two hours you apply a thin layer of ointment that you have received (from the practitioner) or that he or she recommends. Apply this with a clean cotton swab.
Cover the eyebrows with cling film the first night after the treatment to protect the eyebrows during a night's sleep. If the treatment takes place late in the afternoon or in the evening, carry out the above operation before going to sleep.
Three days after the treatment you should wash your eyebrows before going to bed. You do this with clean hands and water, with light pressing circular movements you wash your eyebrows. Then apply a thin layer of ointment with a clean cotton swab.
In the following 7 days, you should wash at least 2 times a day
times and apply the ointment 5 times a day.
When you wash the face, watch out for the eyebrows, don't rub but dab the eyebrows.
Avoid after treatment
Day 1 to Day 7
Do not apply any cream (day/night cream) to the eyebrows except for the ointment you received (from the practitioner).
Continue to keep the eyebrows fat, if you do not follow this correctly, scabs will arise and they should not arise, because this pulls the pigment out of the skin
Do not apply make-up to the eyebrows
Avoid sports in which you sweat a lot during the first week
Do not go to the sauna, swimming pool or solarium
During this period: no steam or massage near the face
Do not apply sunscreen to the eyebrows
Do not expose the pigmentation to sunlight
You should not scratch or pick at the pigmentation
The first 30 days
- No visits to the swimming pool, tanning salon, and/or sauna.
- No facials, no (fruit acid) peeling, no microdermabrasion, no creams with growth factors, no laser treatments (this can affect the pigmented skin causing pigment loss/burn).
- No use of antibiotics and hormonal treatments, these can affect the durability of the pigment (fading faster).
- Use sunscreen when you go outside, note: only after the 7th day.
Contact your doctor in case of extreme redness, swelling, bleeding, wound fluid, color change or chronic pain.
Day 2 - 6: Crusting, dark color, flaking.
Day 6 - 14: Redness, pigment loss, very light color, shape much less visible.
Day 14 - 50: Color comes back more and more, redness disappears.
- After the first session there is a color loss of about 60 - 70%
- After the second session there is a color loss of about 30 - 40%
Frequently asked Questions
How long does the treatment take?
The basic treatment of the Microblading takes about 2.5 hours. This includes the explanation, measuring and for drawing the eyebrows and setting. The touch-up takes about 1.5 hours.
Can I determine the shape and color myself?
Your wishes will be discussed prior to treatment. So you can indicate yourself which shape / color you like, how thick you want the eyebrows, etc. It is very important that you investigate this before the start of the treatment and come to the appointment prepared. We first draw out the desired shape, and this can be adjusted until you are satisfied. And the Microblading treatment will be started. We can also choose to lighten the color for the first treatment, if you find it exciting in terms of results. And then you can go even darker on the touch-up, if desired.
On holiday after the treatment?
It is not smart to have Microblading applied just before your sun holiday, because the first 5 days after the treatment your eyebrows should not come into contact with sun and chlorinated water. After treatment it is recommended not to come into contact with direct sunlight and it is recommended to wear a hat/cape/sunglasses. If you do not correctly comply with this prescribed protection, you will enjoy the pigmented eyebrows for a much shorter time than another person.
Treatment is not recommended in the following cases (relative contraindications):
- After treatment with botox/fillers, you should wait at least 8 weeks before placing (S)PMU.
- When you often have a cold sore (herpes simplex). If you occasionally have a cold sore, 1 to 2 times a year, a (S)PMU treatment is possible. With the following precautions: 5 days before the treatment take cold sore tablets or treat with cold sore cream and continue to apply the cream one week after the treatment. Please note that placing (S)PMU can cause a cold sore.
- In the case of diabetes (diabetes), (S)PMU is in some cases not recommended because wound healing is not optimal in some patients. However, most people with diabetes have normal wound healing and can therefore carry out the treatment.
- People with haemophilia (blood clotting disease) can easily bruise and spontaneous bleeding, which increases the risk of bleeding.
- Chronic skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema and vitiligo can cause a Köbner phenomenon. This skin disease can move to a place where (S)PMU occurred.
- People with an immune disorder are at greater risk of infections. An infection can affect the end result of the (S)PMU.
- When using anticoagulants, such as enoxaparin (Clexane®), phenprocoumon (Marcoumar), acenocoumarol (Sintrom), nadroparin (Fraxiparine®), dalteparin (Fragmin®), rivaroxaban (Xarelto®), dabigatran (Pradaxa®), apixaban (Eliquis ®) and edoxaban (Lixiana®) ensure that the blood remains thin and does not clot (quickly). This has an effect on the extent to which the pigment remains in the skin. People with a heart and vascular disorder often use anticoagulants, so pay close attention to this.
- The use of corticosteroids (tablets) often causes delayed wound healing and thin, fragile skin. This can influence the end result of the (S)PMU treatment.
- When using roaccutane (isotretinoid tablets), these medications are sometimes prescribed for acne. Up to six months after treatment, it is recommended not to undergo (S)PMU treatment, due to the possibility of hypertrophic scars and/or pigmentation abnormalities.
In these cases, we advise you to first contact the treating physician. Does he/she agree to let you undergo the (S)PMU treatment? We ask you to provide us with a written commitment from your treating physician. Without this permission, the treatment will not be carried out.
Treatment is not possible in the following cases (absolute contraindications):
- In case of fever.
- For skin cancer in the treatment area.
- When the area to be treated has undergone plastic surgery or radiation within the past year.
- When the area to be treated contains a scar less than 6 months old.
- When (S)PMU was set less than 6 weeks ago.
- When laser has been applied to/around the site of the (S)PMU treatment or the laser wound has not healed.
- When the area to be treated has irritated skin such as bumps, dark moles or swellings.
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Does the treatment hurt?
Opinions are sharply divided on this. One compares the setting of the Microblading with the feeling during epilation. The other finds it slightly more painful, but due to the anesthesia (which can be used according to preference), the pain is nil during the treatment. Some customers even feel nothing at all.