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Micro-blading is a manual method of implanting pigment in hair-like strokes in the epidermis to create the look of fuller brows. This form of tattooing is the newest trend in Semi-Permanent Makeup. The natural-looking results are achieved with a sharp, hand-held manual tool. Instead of outlining and completely filling in the outline of your brows with color, microblading actually allows for the placement of hair like strokes into the skin. Whereas traditional tattooing uses needles on a rotary/coil machine to push pigment into the skin, microblading uses a manual blade and only targets 3 layers of skin. Because the pigment sits so superficially in the skin the strokes are sharp, crisp, and they mimic the look of real hair! Your new brows will last anywhere between 1-3 years predicated on the environmental exposure it receives. Microblading pigments are all organic and will not change color as they lose saturation over time. Thanks to the 1-3 year expected life of the semi-permanent makeup, the client can change the way their brows look as trends change.

For more information on micro-blading & micro-pigmentation at Dermafinity, please feel free to contact me on: 07908507891 or email: info@dermafinity.co.uk


Micropigmentation or permanent make-up (PMU) is the revolutionary method of depositing hypoallergenic mineral pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. With an ultra-thin needle and pigment, the shape of the eyebrows, eyes or lips is enhanced. Micropigmentation is also known as permanent make-up or cosmetic tattooing. It is sometimes wrongly confused with cosmetic tattoos (e.g. eyebrow tattoos or eyeliner tattoos). However, the pigments used for permanent make-up are introduced less deeply into the skin layer and have a different composition from tattoo inks. Micropigmentation devices are also more refined than tattoo machines, and the techniques that are used are different. 
This technique is using a machine which has different settings and can be controlled to allow pigment to be placed in the skin. I use the most up to date machine and needles on the market, the nano. This ultra fine needle allows us to mimic the exact shape of hair, gliding it softly through the skin. This technique is also used for powder ombré brows, to create that soft powdery appearance.



Micro-blading VS Micro-pigmentation 

We get this question a lot. What exactly is the difference between microblading and permanent makeup? It’s an understandable and expected question for those interested in microblading to ask. After all, microblading is a fairly new form of semi-permanent makeup. Both micro-pigmentation and microblading can benefit those from all walks of life regardless of age and sex. They are especially beneficial to those who are affected by alopecia, cancer (chemotherapy), genetic anomalies, vitiligo, and scars. Anyone that cannot produce eyebrow hair or lack full eyebrow hairs is a perfect example. Though microblading and micropigmentation seem like the same thing, they are actually worlds apart. Let’s cover both of them and get you informed!


Sheila - Dermafinity

About Sheila

Sheila is a qualified micro-blading & micro-pigmentation semi-permanent makeup specialist. She has a very friendly and approachable nature with a great eye for detail, not only is she a perfectionist but she has very creative character and enjoys a new challenge with every client. Sheila enjoys nothing more than working together with her clients to achieve outstanding results, regain confidence and know they leave her clinic with a smile on their face – each and every single visit.

Sheila is constantly updating her skills and learning new techniques so her clients are given the best possible treatments and to ensure every stroke is implanted to perfection.


Who Will Benefit

– People who have none or little time to apply or reapply conventional make up.
– Lack of definition to lips, eyes or brows giving a more fuller, defined and youthful appearance without the use of derma fillers
– People with none asymmetrical features, finer top lip, fuller bottom lip or vice versa, uneven eyebrows, and eyes too close together or too far apart for example.
– People with allergies to conventional make up
– Sports enthusiasts
– Spectacle wearers who have difficulty applying make up
– Alopecia sufferers or cancer patients with no brows or lashes
– Men and woman who like to look their best at all time