Eyebrow Microblading Camden Town

Discover our range of brow microblading services

Microblading is a popular method of permanent makeup that has been gaining popularity in recent years. You can use it for various purposes, including eyebrows, eyeliner, and lips. It is also less invasive than other permanent makeup methods and can be easily removed by washing your face with water and soap when you want to remove it. Here is what you need to know about this procedure.

What Is Eyebrow Microblading?

Eyebrow microblading is a semi-permanent method of tattooing eyebrows. The process is done with a needle and pigment, and the result is a thin, hair-like line that follows the brow’s natural shape. Eyebrow microblading is an alternative to eyebrow tattooing that uses pigment to create a thin, hair-like line that follows the brow’s natural shape. It is done with an eyebrow tattoo machine and requires a few sessions spaced out over weeks or months. Microblading can be used for permanent makeup on other areas of the face and temporary colour changes throughout the week.

What Are The Benefits Of Microblading?

Microblading is a tattooed cosmetic procedure that creates eyebrows with a natural appearance. The colour of the ink used in this procedure is a mix of brown and black, which appear natural on skin tone and can be blended into your existing brows if they are thin or sparse. Therefore, it is the perfect way to achieve fuller brows without going through the hassle of waxing or plucking. It is also great for enhancing their natural eyebrows and lasting longer than traditional eyebrow makeup applications.

Microblading can be done on any part of the body, but it is most commonly used on the face because it lasts up to two years with proper care. The procedure is safe and does not require any anesthesia, only anesthetic cream.

How Long Does Microblading Last?

Microblading can last between 18 to 30 months. Generally, it needs touch-ups twice or once per year. When the pigment from the microblading procedure starts to face, you can revisit your beauty salon for a touch-up application.

Services Provided at JUJU’s


PhiBrow Microblading

PhiBrow is a kind of permanent makeup that establishes the look of eyebrow hairs. Ideally, makeup artists use a fine blade to scratch the client’s skin to simultaneously implant the pigment. The method suits people who want to enhance their eyebrows but not overwhelm them. It can offer your eyebrows the impact of delicate, ultra-fine hair strokes which align with your natural brow hair.

Hybrid Eyebrows

It is a combination method that encompasses shading and hair strokes. This method has become more famous since it defines the client’s eyebrows with coloured mists that makeup artists will place on top o the hair strokes.

Colour Boost

Normally, professional makeup artists advise their clients to receive colour boost treatment between 6 to 12 months after the initial procedure. This service suits people who feel that they need to change the shape or bump up the colour slightly or their skin is oily and does not hold the pigment for an extended period. However, you should know that at JUJU, this service is only provided to existing clients. It is one session that lasts approximately one and a half hours.


What Is The Microblading Process At JUJU’s?


Consultation & Patch Test

Clients receive free consultations at JUJU. Depending on the types of pigment the markup artists will use, you might need a patching test. That is normally done at least 48 hours before the microblading treatment. The patch tests will help check if you are allergic to nickel found in certain pigments. The makeup artists can microblade a small hair stroke on the back of your ear before rubbing a pigment. They will allow it to sit for approximately five minutes and wipe it off. After that, they will apply a healing balm and advise you to monitor the area for the next two days.

Proper Treatment

After completing the patching test, we will apply a topical anesthetic to the area to reduce discomfort. However, monitoring swelling and redness might happen after the procedure is completed. That can calm down within a few days depending on the customer. The most critical aspect is to ensure you keep the place dry and clean while it heals. That implies no picking at the microblading area and ensuring you apply proper aftercare ointment for effective healing.

Another Appointment When The Area Is Healed

Once the microblading area has healed, you need a follow-up appointment at least six weeks later for advice on any additions or changes that you wish to make. Also, during this necessary appointment, the makeup artists at JUJU will fill in strokes that might have separated or faded and ensure you have the perfect new brows.