Phibrows Microblading is a European technique of semi-permanent drawing of eyebrows, with hyper-realistic results.
The shape of eyebrows is calculated only according to the morphology of the face and the golden mean, the number φ (1,618). The color is determined only according to the natural color of the hairs in the eyebrows and the hair.
Phibrows artists produce great work because they follow a very specific method that is taught to them through a rigorous 6 month training course. This course requires the artist to pass 11 levels of mastery to ensure that their methods and their work maintain a very high standard… the Phibrows standard.
PhiBrows full treatment £300
6 months touch up £80
12-18 month touch up £130
The Phibrows method and tools have been meticulously designed and redesigned to aid their trained artists in producing very precise hairstrokes, perfect symmetry, and a beautiful eyebrow shape that goes with the natural shape of their client’s face and bone structure.
Phibrows products have also been tested and redesigned again and again to ensure the highest quality, to avoid any dangerous heavy metals found in most semi-permanent makeup pigments and to provide color that stays.
Pre and post treatment advice
Abrasive treatments such as peelings, fruit acids, chemical peels, laser treatments and similar should be avoided a month before the treatment. Also, one month before the treatment, Botox or fillers should not be used. Prior to treatment please refrain for taking Aspirin, Ibuprofen, alcohols or any caffeinated drinks 2 days prior to treatment. Pigment is applied manually in the surface layer of the dermis. Pigment is determined according to the natural colour of the eyebrows and hair. After healing, pigment can become several nuances brighter compared to natural hair colour. Full after care will be given after treatment with after care kit.
Health & safety how the treatment is done
Treatment is done by using sterile and single use disposable tools, while pigments are of the highest standard (PhiBrows microblading pigments). All pigments used during the treatment are supplied by European Academy and are fully compliant with EU Regulation. Colours are of synthetic origin.
Microblading is a two parts process. Touch up is done 6-8 weeks after the initial treatment as 10-35% of strokes are lost. Inserted pigment is very dark during the first 5 to 7 days. 7 days later, it loses up to 40% of its intensity. If you think that pigment is too dark, do not try to fade it by yourself. Be patient, first wait for 7 days until it fades away naturally. For how long the pigment will be retained mostly depends on the skin oiliness. The oilier the skin is the shorter pigment retention is. Sweating and sun exposure also affect pigment retention. On average, expected time until new refreshment of pigment is 12 months. If the skin is oily, it takes up to 6 months. Healing is completely done 28 days later and then it is necessary to add the pigment that was lost in the meanwhile. If the skin is problematic and oily, several such corrections can be made. Please note post-treatment care makes 70% of total treatment success. Conscientiously stick and adhere to the given advice, because if you don’t do that, you can lose up to 80% of drawn strokes. Rinsing and applying the cream is of great significance.
What to expect after microblading during the healing process.
Day 1- New brows, slightly dramatic than normal. Brows look very dense and very bold in colour. It has been applied this way to compensate for fading 20-40% once healed. So please trust the process!
Day 2 to 3- Your brows will be reddish, tender, and will look slightly darker and thicker due to the pigment oxidising underneath the skin. Do not worry, this is temporary!
Day 5 to 7- Is when things start to change. A thin/thick layer of scabbing may form depending on your aftercare. The more you clean the brows, the less scabs will be formed. Brows are getting it is advised to NOT pick or scratch then. Pulling the scabs prematurely may cause scarring and pigments lost. Please continue to follow aftercare as directed!
Day 14- All scabs probably all flakes off naturally. The colour during these days may seem way too light or even grey and missing in spots. You might feel like your skin didn't take the pigment, but that's not the case. It's important to note that at this stage, the wounds should be closed so if you're feeling self-conscious about the light look of them, you are able to apply some makeup to fill in for the time being.
Week 6 to 8- Your healing process is complete! The colour and definition of the hair strokes will return at this point. They should look soft and natural. This is the point where you'll be able to tell if there is anything you want to add or change. On average we loose 10-15% of the strokes during the first healing process, so any gaps which appear once healed will be touched up at your touch up appointment. This is completely normal.
Microblading is not suitable for the following candidates:
Heart conditions or using heart medications
Diabetes (will require a physician's note)
Akin disease or irritations
Botox in the last 2 weeks
Have had a deep tan or chemical peels in the last 2 weeks
History of Keloid Scarring