Consultation and Pre-treatment

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Consultation & Pre-treatment

The Consultation

Prior to having microblading you must have a consultation.

A full explanation of what it involves will be given so you are fully informed before consent is obtained and the procedure is carried out.

Linda will fully discuss with you why you want the procedure and what your expectations regarding the treatment outcome and the look you wish to achieve. She will also assess your skin suitability for the treatment. A full past medical history is required and a history of any medications you may be taking as some may be contraindicated to the procedure.
Linda has been fully trained in Colour analysis to select or mix the best pigments to complement your skin tone, hair colour and to suit your individuality. It is always easier to darken a colour at the top up appointment so this will be taken into consideration.

Together we will design a brow shape that compliments you.

You will need to be patch tested for allergies to the pigments and numbing cream.

Importantly there are pre and post procedure advice that must be followed to ensure the best outcome and to prolong the life of your newly defined brows.

Timing is important …are you going on holiday or have a wedding/party. These have to be taken into account as they take about a week to heal. Everyone has to have a top up 6 weeks after the first procedure so you may have to factor this in when booking.

Pre-treatment Advice

  • Do not take any alcohol the night before your treatment.
  • Do not take any aspirin, ibuprofen or any anti inflammatories for 48 hours prior to and after your treatment. However you must not discontinue any medications before consulting with your GP.
  • Any waxing should be done at least 48 hours prior to Microblading.
  • Eyebrow tinting should not be undertaken for two weeks.
  • You can wear your normal make up to the clinic.
  • Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may be swollen or red. It is advised that you do not make any social plans for the day.
  • The National Blood Service will not accept blood donations for 4 months after Microblading.

Take you first steps to having beautiful brows by Linda Webster

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Linda Webster is licenced by Angus Council to practice microblading