Brow Broidery Microblading
While large and fuller eyebrows have become increasingly fashionable in recent years, many of us do not have the natural hair growth to achieve this trend. In fact, when it comes to the daily morning makeup routine, applying one’s brows can be extremely time consuming and frustrating. Here at Chrissy Henderson, our team of qualified staff are trained in the technique of brow broidery microblading, for a permanent and simple solution to achieving the perfect set of brows.
|Brow Broidery Ombre Brows
|Ombre brows make the colour of the brow darker on the arch and fading on the tail bringing definition and framing your eyes.
|Brow Broidery Microblading
|Brow Broidery Top Up
|Semi Permanent Eyebrows
|This is an ideal treatment for people who continually need to use a brow pencil for patchy or non-existent eyebrows. It is also fantastic for Alopecia or chemotherapy patients.
Brow broidery is a form of permanent eyebrow treatment. This means that while you may love your results and opt for many repeated sessions in the future, should you not be entirely pleased with the final outcome, you do not need to carry them with you forever. This method utilises brow microblading technology, where ink pigment is applied in the same way as a tattoo directly onto the browbone. This pigment is matched to your natural eyebrow colour, giving you a seamlessly blended, natural, and thicker looking brow.
We offer two central types of brow broidery here at Chrissy Henderson. The first of these are ombre brows, where the brow is coloured darkest and most intensely at the arch, and fades as it reaches the tail of the brow. Alternatively, we offer brow microblading over the full eyebrow, as well as top up sessions for just £99.
This permanent solution is perfect for those who usually rely on an eyebrow pencil to cover patchy or thin eyebrows, including those with Alopecia or chemotherapy patients. For more information on our permanent eyebrow treatments in London and Bristol, please do not hesitate to contact us. Someone from our team will be happy to discuss your treatment options further with you, either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 07830 248 370.