Permanent Make up - Microblading

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Permanent Make-up – Microblading

With today’s demading lifestyle, your time is very valuable. Wouldn’t you rather spend your valuable time on other important things rather than applying make-up everyday.

Here at CNT Clinic – Chelmsford, we help you wake up with your make-up on, and go on all day. Even after those intimate moments when your make-up end up somewhere else, you don’t have to reapply your make up at all.

If you are athletic, visited the gymn after work and your makeup won’t stay on after workout, then permanent makeup could be the answer you have been looking for.

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Semi Permanent Makeup
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Semi-Permanent Lip Make-up

The lip makeup is a technique that infuses the lips with a full blush of beautiful colour, correcting the shape and adding fullness, volume and definition.

Lip semi-permanent makeup is highly customizable so that each client can achieve their desired results without compromise.

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Eyeliner Makeup

If you are looking for a beautiful eyelash enhancer that gives the impression of a thicker and darker row of lashes then the Eyeliner makeup is your perfect answer.

This is one of our most popular cosmetic procedures, this treatment has helped countless clients to feel more confident and happier in their own skin. It gives a fresh look 24/7.

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Microblading Eyebrows

A technique that uses a super fine microblade to make lines into the skin that flow in the same direction as your own hairs.

This is the ideal brow look for those who want an extra natural and soft effect with the pigment being placed into a higher layer of the skin.

Operation Information

Procedure time

Up to 60 Minutes

Anesthesia

Numbing Cream

Recovery time

No time required

Administration

Mild discomfort

Re-touch Required

Between 6 to 8 weeks

Post-treatment risks

Bruises, redness or swelling

Treatment Prices

Microblading

£220

Lip Colour

£299

Lip Liner

£175

Lip Brush

£275

Eyeliner

£220

Eye Brows

£200

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Get in touch

To book a FREE No Obligation Consultation with a Specialist Permanent Makeup Artist, please use the ‘Book Now’ button below to choose an appointment that suits your schedule

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Permanent Make-up Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the Microblading Pre-Procedure Advice?

Please read all of the following advice and sign at the end to confirm you have read and understood the pre-procedure advice.

The procedure of microblading usually requires more than one treatment. The client will need to return for a minimum of one further re-touch session. The re-touch session needs to be completed between six to eight weeks after the initial session. Some clients will require more than one re-touch session, an example would be clients who have oily skin.

  • Clients should note that the original colour achieved during the session will be considerably darker and sharper, this will then fade over the course of a few days and the final colour will reduce by up to fifty percent. It is normal as with any type of tattooing that parts of the colour will dry and flake off, though this must never be scratched or picked. The result may also appear to be patchy though this is perfectly normal and will be corrected during the re-touch session.
  • A skin numbing cream/gel or both will be used during the process, but you may still feel discomfort during the procedure. It is also normal for the client’s skin to become red, swollen or both after the procedure.
  • All alcoholic drinks should be avoided for at least forty-eight hours before the procedure.
  • Items that thin the blood like Vitamin E, aspirin, fish oils and herbal treatments should be avoided unless medically required.
  • Unless waived by the client, a patch test must be performed, it is the client’s responsibility to book an appointment for the patch test two weeks prior to the microblading procedure date.
  • For best results please do not wax or shape your eyebrows before having the microblading procedure carried out. The microblading technician will shape your eyebrows as part of the procedure.
  • You should not have Electrolysis carried out for at least five days before the microblading procedure.
  • Retinoid, AHA products and Botox should not be carried out for at least two weeks before the microblading procedure.
  • Laser and chemical peels should not be carried out for a minimum of six weeks before having your microblading treatment.
  • If you suffer from cold sores, you should take anti-viral treatment before having the microblading treatment carried out.
  • Microdermabrasion treatments should not be used for a minimum of two weeks before the microblading procedure.
  • You should not use any eyebrow growth serums as they may cause sensitivity or affect the pigment and topical anesthetic advice.
  • Hormone therapies can also affect the pigmentation or cause sensitivity
  • Before and during the microblading procedure a numbing cream and or gel will be used. The product used is safe and is a prescription free product that can be purchased over the counter in most chemists. The cream/gel will be put over the treatment area for up to thirty minutes and will be removed before the microblading procedure is carried out. It is perfectly normal for you to still experience some discomfort during the process, though you should tell the microblading technician if you experience a high level of pain. You may also have redness and swelling, this can last for up to five days.
    The technician can not be responsible if the numbing cream does not numb the area, this is due to each client having different skin types. Some clients may feel nothing whilst others may feel some discomfort during the procedure.
  • In rare cases you may suffer an allergic reaction from the anesthetic used during the microblading procedure. If this happens it should show through redness, rash, blistering, dryness or swelling you should contact your doctor immediately and inform them that you have had a microblading procedure done and alert them to the fact that a numbing cream/gel has been used.

The aftercare advice should always be followed to give you the best results possible.

Contraindications for Microblading treatment

  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • Liver disease (high risk of infection)
  • Damaged skin near the eyebrow area
  • Skin conditions for example dermatitis or psoriasis
  • Chemotherapy or Radiation treatments

If you suffer from the following conditions you should alert your microblading technician and obtain a letter from your GP giving consent for you to have the microblading treatment carried out.

  • High Blood pressure
  • Type 1 & 2 Diabetes
  • Thyroid Disease
  • Autoimmune Disease (issues affecting your immune system)
  • Any other condition that slows healing
  • Any other condition that gives you a high risk of infection.
How many sessions do i need?

Your normally need a re-touch between six and eight weeks. Some clients might need more that one re-touches, for example those with oily skin.

What are the contraindications for microblading?
  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • Liver diseases (high risk of infection)
  • Damaged skin near the eyebrow area
  • Skin conditions. e.g. dermatitis or psoriasis
  • Chemotherapy or radiation treatments
A letter from your GP is required if ......

If you suffer from the following conditions, a letter from your GP is normally required confirming that you get microblading treatment:

  • High blood pressure
  • Type 1 and 2 diabets
  • Thyroid diseases
  • Autoimmune diseases (issues affecting your immune system)
  • Any other condition that slows healing
  • Any condition that gives you a high risk of infection
Microblading Aftercare Instructions

Please note that it is perfectly normal for some flaking, tenderness, dryness, itching, swelling, and redness. You may also notice that the colour can appear uneven or patchy. This is normal and will be rectified during the re-touch appointment.

These aftercare instructions should be followed for at least fourteen days after the microblading procedure. This will help both improve and prolong your results. By failing to follow these instructions you could negatively affect your end result. But more importantly have a greater risk of infection.

  • Never pick or rub your eyebrows, itchiness is normal, the flakes will fall off on their own but if you pick or rub your eyebrows you will remove the colour and may even cause scarring. If the itchiness becomes intolerable, then you can dab the area with a clean tissue but under no circumstances should you rub or pick the treated area.
  • You should apply the aftercare cream/location at least twice a day using a new clean cotton bud each time. Use a different cotton bud for each eyebrow to avoid cross-contamination. Remember to wash your hands before applying the cream to lower the risk of infection.
  • The treated area should not be exposed to direct water from either showers or baths, hot water or hot tubs for at least fourteen days. You should also not use chlorinated swimming pools, salt water, hot yoga, steam rooms, sun beds or saunas for at least thirty days.
  • You should refrain from exercising for fourteen days, after the fourteen days a sweatband should be used.
  • The treated area should not be exposed to direct sunlight and after the area has fully healed a sun screen should be applied to avoid fading.
  • You should not use makeup on the treated area until it has fully healed.
  • Should your eyebrows become wet, just damp them with a clean tissue you should never rub them.
  • Do not use skin care products and or creams on the treated area and you should only use the cream that has been given.
  • Hair should be kept out of the treated area to avoid infection.
  • Your eyebrows will appear sharper and of a stronger colour straight after the treatment, this will change to a lighter colour as your eyebrows heal.
  • If you go for a MRI scan or a chemical peel, or other medical procedures, you should inform the therapist that you have had microblading treatment done, and the date you had the procedure done. These procedures should be done once the healing process is complete wherever possible unless under the advice of a doctor.
  • You may not be able to donate blood for a year after having the microblading treatment, therefore, mention you have had this procedure to the National Blood Service or the country equivalent in a different country if you are considering donating blood.
How can I book?

Book online, by phone or just come into the clinic – we might need to discuss your treatment plan at the appointment before we give  you the treatment.