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Timeless Natural-Looking Brows

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Whether you’re looking to improve your eyebrow shape or add density & thickness, you can say goodbye to  the hassle of daily brow makeup with permanent makeup (also known as microblading, semi-permanent makeup).

 

Natural, fluffy, groomed or shaded… I'll help you choose the best brow style for you.

For eyebrows lost to alopecia or chemotherapy, or to hide a scar in your brow, or to affirm a change in identity, I'm here to help.  Let me give you brows that help you feel more confident about how you look.

 

I personally struggled with an ageing brow shape as well as thinning brow hair due to a medical condition, so I truly understand how important good eyebrows can be for helping you look good and feel like yourself again. 

 

Why not book in for a complimentary. no-obligation consultation for a chat to see if I can help.

Microblading brows

Hair stroke brows     £299

This is the most natural-looking brow treatment, creating realistic- looking individual brow hairs. 

It's ideal if you want to enhance your existing brow shape, or if you have little or no brow hair and want a very natural look with a defined and delicate shape. 

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Brow Maintenance  fr.£35

This treatment is perfect for giving your brows a little freshen up between Colour Boosts. 

Using either Henna or a Hybrid Brow Tint, this treatment gives a gives a boost of colour to your natural brow hairs  that can last up to 8 weeks, and a soft staining of the underlying skin that can last up to 1-2 weeks. 

Add a wax to tidy unruly hairs for the perfect finish.

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Stroke & Shade brows £359

This brow treatment combines hair strokes and soft, pixelated shading to provide balance and density in brows where natural hair is sparse or unevenly distributed.

This treatment heals to leave a subtle shadow of colour on the skin.

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Soft Shaded Brows    £320

This brow treatment uses pixelated shading, built up in layers, until the desired depth of colour is achieved. It is an ideal choice if you are used to applying brow powder to emphasise your natural brows.

All initial cosmetic tattoo brow treatments are spread over two sessions: a first treatment followed by a complimentary retouch session 6-12 weeks later when minor adjustments to shape and colour can be made. (Your treatment is only considered complete when you have had both sessions).

 

A non-refundable booking fee of £50 is required to secure your appointment and a skin sensitivity test is required.

To keep your brows looking fresh, I recommend a regular Colour Boost. How often you will need this will depend  on a variety of factors, including skin type, aftercare, exposure to sun, etc. Some people can last 18 months+ before they need a Colour Boost, while some prefer to come and see me more frequently. I'll discuss this with you during your consultation so you have a clearer idea of what to expect. 

BROW TATTOO AFTERCARE

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"AN AMAZING DIFFERENCE TO MY FACE & EYES"

 

"I am not a makeup person - a bit of mascara and out the door usually, however, years of over-plucking my eyebrows and age, I started to feel self conscious about my brows and so came to see Taania. She listened to what I wanted and I am thrilled with the result. It’s amazing how much of a difference it has made to my face and eyes I’ve had some lovely compliments. Taania is very professional and exceptional at understanding her clients. Could not recommend higher."

- Nicola B.

Brow Treatments

colour refresh advice

I often have clients come to me who still have permanent makeup visible in their brows from a treatment with another technician. 

I won't even add more pigment over my own old work unless it has significantly faded by around 70% (ideally a lot more) from how it looked healed after the previous treatment.

 

Think of your skin like a sponge full of water - when it's full, it's full! Trying to get more water in is nigh on impossible.

If I try and add more pigment into your skin when it is already full, the new pigment will typically be rejected. It may look great immediately after but as you heal, your brows will likely revert back to looking very similar to how they were before (or worse!). 

I always recommend to my brow clients that they take a good quality photo of their brows when they are fully healed and to keep it for future reference. This way when they feel they want the colour adding to, they have something to compare to to see how much of fade they really have.

If you come to me with brows still heavily saturated, or if I don't feel the original shape compliments your face, I won't just tattoo them and take your money. I'm always aiming to give my clients the best results I can and if that means saying "no", I'm more than happy to do so!

 

Instead I will advise what your options are, e.g. you wait it out for them to fade more, or you have some sessions of laser removal, or you have several sessions of non-laser removal / lightening.  Just be aware that removal is very much a journey involving multiple treatment sessions over a long period of time, but, the end results will be so much better. 

Can you go elsewhere and get another artist to do your colour refresh? Absolutely you can (and many will probably be very happy to take your money without too much concern for the longer-term results), but if you don't want to end up with over-saturated skin and an unflattering result, I cannot stress highly enough how important it is to let your brows fade first.

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