Epibrow is the latest, revolutionary, freehand, feather-styling technique.
An Epibrow treatment gives a natural brow look
Epibrow is the latest, revolutionary, 3D realism micro-blading technique. An Epibrow treatment gives a natural brow look and is unlike any other semi-permanent makeup technique. Epibrow is a semi-permanent procedure that can last between 12-18 months and, unlike other techniques, is not reliant upon natural hair being present.
This makes the Epibrow treatment perfect for those suffering from alopecia, trigonometric, or any other condition that causes hair loss.
Epibrow gives the effect of ultra-fine, delicate hair strokes that blend flawlessly with your clients’ natural brow. Using the natural ‘landscape’ of the clients brow – be that too thin, too plucked, or too patchy – Epibrow allows you to restore the eyebrow shape and if the have brows are gone completely, Epibrow will re-create an entirely new brow for you.
Using a specially designed micro-blade, natural 3D hair strokes are placed under the epidermis for the ultimate tailored brow. The pigments used in the Epibrow treatment have been specially formulated to match the original eyebrow in order to achieve a natural look. This cutting edge treatment is ideal for enhancing and defining brows and you are in complete control of how they wish their bespoke brows to look.
This cutting edge treatment is taking the beauty industry by storm!
The treated area may have slight redness and/or swelling and the colour may look dark and intense. This is perfectly normal and is nothing to worry about. By the time your due for you top up 6 weeks later you will have noticed the colour has faded at least 60% from the initial colour that was implanted.
They fade to almost nothing but what you must remember is that it is a two part process and that you will not see your final results until you have had your 6 week top up.
You may notice whiteness or blanching around the area. This is quite normal and will subside within 12 hours.
If you find any lymphatic fluid or blood weeping you can gently clean the area with saline, cool boiled water and gauze, blotting gently dry to remove any moisture.
Avoid the gym, sauna and pool for 24 hours.
You will go through three healing phases: 1- HEAL 2-PEEL 3-FADE
Within the next 3 or 4 days of your procedure, the area will lightly scab over and may feel tight. DO NOT pick or pull at the treated area as this will result in pigment loss. Use aftercare balm as advised twice daily for 4/5 days or until the scabs have gone.
Try to avoid getting your brows wet in the shower for up to 24 hrs.
Vasline can be put on the brows whilst showering, acting as a barrier to stop water getting onto your brows. If you do get them wet, quickly dry them off by patting gently with a clean towel.
It will take 24 hours for the area to create a protective barrier, and approximately a week for the area to settle down and stop scabbing.
A top up will only take place once the brows have completely healed, this is generally 4 weeks after your initial procedure. Any work on the area beforehand can cause damage to the skin and cause scarring.
DO NOT apply makeup over the area for up to 5 days. After this period it is fine but you must make sure you use new products to avoid cross infection/contamination.
Keep exfoliators and glycolic acid/peels away from the treated area as they may cause the pigment to lighten.
5 days after procedure it is advised to always wear a total sunblock on your brow area, to prevent colour from fading whilst out in the sun or during sunbed sessions.
If aftercare is not followed then your brows will not heal correctly and results will be poor.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING......
The red cross have suggested that you do not give blood for 6 months following any semi permanent procedure.
This procedure shows up as an artifact on the scan. Some clients may experience a tingling sensation. Please notify you radiologist.
BOTOX AND FILLERS
Dermal fillers and botox can alter the shape of the eyebrows. The client should be advised that injectables should be carried out after an Epibrow procedure and not prior.
Laser or pulsed light hair removal or skin rejuvenation treatments can cause colour change. It is important to advise the therapist that you have had microblading procedure as this cannot be rectified with another microblading procedure.