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PRE - Treatment information - 

Before you come for your appointment you will need to follow the below:

  • Do NOT have your eyebrows waxed or tinted 3 days prior to your treatment.

  • Botox and fillers should be done 3 weeks prior to your appointment. 

  • Chemical peels and microdermabrasion should be done 4weeks prior to your appointment.

  • DO NOT use retinols or anti aging creams or serums within 4 weeks of your treatment. 

  • You must not have used accutane, rocaccutane or antabuse within a 6 month period before your appointment.

  • STOP taking Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E, fish oil or Ibuprofen 48hours before your treatment. 

  • NO caffeine or alcohol 24hours before your treatment. ( Yes decaf tea and coffee do have caffeine)​

  • Do not work out within 24hours of your appointment.

  • Try to avoid the sun and tanning the week prior to your appointment. 

PLEASE NOTE - you may be more sensitive to the treatment during your mentrual cycle.

For all aftercare and post treatment information you can go over to the

A patch test and consultation must be booked in no less than 48hours prior. This consultation is there to help answer any questions and discuss the shape and procedure whils't providing time to patch test.

If you are requiring brow tint or tidy this must be booked in no later than 4days prior to your microblading treatment day. 



Not everyone can have microblading. Having one the of the below can prevent you having the treatment restrict when it can be done. If you have any of the below, you can either check out my blog on Microblading contra-indications or message me to see what you can have done.

  • Botox/fillers

  • Face lift

  • Pregnant/breastfeeding

  • Had or going through chemotherapy or radiotherapy

  • Diabetes

  • Herpes

  • Keloid scarring

  • Haemophilia

  • HIV/hepatitis

  • Psorisis/Ezcema/Dermatitis

  • High blood pressure or heart conditions

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Aneamia

  • Taking steriods

  • Blood thinners

  • Eye disorders

  • Epilepsy

  • Lupus

  • Glaucoma

  • Oily skin

Here at Polished Beauty, we love making your brows look amazing and for you there is nothing better than waking up everyday with fresh no effort brows. Below all your questions on microblading are answered.

What is Microblading?

Microblading is a technique that originated in Asia. It is considered to be a form of semi permanent make up as it is compared to the traditional hair stroke technique done by machine. 

Microblading is done using a very fine blade that deposits pigment into the dermis layer of the skin. The strokes appear crisp and very fine. 

The pigments are manually placed into the skin using a disposable microblading hand tools. 

Who is Microblading suitable for?

This method is suitable for those wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows. The results are natural looking with hair-like strokes no matter how much hair you already have.

People who suffer alopecia, trigonometrical or hair loss conditions benefit greatly from microblading, aswell as those who simply are not happy with their eyebrows.

You cannot have Microblading if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, if you have keloid scarring, your taking blood thinning medication, diabetic, circulatory disorders, taking accutane medication.

What will my eyebrows look like after the treatment?

Immediately after the treatment the colour of the brows/pigment can appear darker but this can fade up to 30-50%.

How long does the treatment take to do?

2-3 days before your treatment you will need a consultation and patch test. This appointment can take 30minutes. On the day of your treatment the appointment can take upto 2hours.

Is the treatment painful?

The treatment can be uncomfortable for some. However a numbing agent is used to minimise any pain. 

How long does microblading last?

Microblading can last upto 2 years but everyone's skin can hold the pigment different and

some clients may need a top up more or less frequently. 

How is microblading different from semi permanent make up?






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