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Micropigmentation is a fantastic solution for men with facial hair loss including the brows. Renée can help you regain natural masculine eyebrows using derma graphics whereby the look of the eyebrow is reconstructed by replicating individual eyebrow hair strokes. Results last 1-3 years.
At The Dermatography Clinic pigment is implanted under your skin with a digital state-of-the-art hand piece producing ultra fine hair strokes to fill or create the brows. With our technique results are long lasting and trauma is kept to a minimum. There is no risk of scaring, no bleeding and hair strokes can be crossed over which gives a more natural and realistic overall effect.
We use specially developed needles pioneered and exclusively produced to create ultra crisp super fine strokes and pharmaceutical grade pigments.
During the first few days after the procedure is performed the pigmented area will look a little darker than your desired shade. However, after the dryness flakes off, the colour will lighten by up to 30%.
The finished results will appear very natural and your features will look more defined. Your overall look will be brightened and refreshed. Your friends will never know what the difference is unless you choose to tell them. These treatments offer a major breakthrough in permanent cosmetics.
Renée’s creative expertise and up to date knowledge of pigment implantation will always result in a natural and realistic enhancement complementing your features.
In the initial days after treatment, care should be taken to keep the eyebrows clean and dry. Other than this you can continue with your schedule as you normally would with no down-time. You can go out immediately after.
Detailed aftercare instructions will be given specific to each treatment.
Renée does not consider microblading an option for The Dermatography Clinic. Microblading is a primitive method of cosmetic tattoo for the eyebrows. Pigment is applied into the skin by using a hand tool with a series of needles and dragging it through the skin to create tiny cuts which mimic fine strokes. Pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. Microblading is more aggressive and eyebrows are very pink immediately after.