Micro stippling

Micro stippling (emBrowdery)

Semi Permanent Eyebrows have become the fastest growing sector in the beauty industry.

emBrowdery is the only micro pigmentation treatment in the country which does not cut down into the skin. This is important as damage to the skin causes pigment migration over time. 

Generally the results are amazing but it very much depends on your own skin type, texture and oiliness. No guarantee can be made that a specific client will benefit the same as another from this procedure. A proper consultation will take place to make sure you are a good candidate.

  emBrowdery is a gentle technique of creating fine hair strokes to replace lost brow hair for a hairlike finish. The appearance is completely natural and blends with or without hair along the brow bone. This safe procedure is performed without the need to press down into the skin with a cutting motion. It uses a very fine formation of 15 needles to snag the skin in a plucking up motion. It involves three treatments over the course of three months.

After your first treatment your brows will look like they have makeup on them. This is because the pigment is still sitting on the top layers of the epidermis. Five days later you will notice a considerable change in appearance. This is because you are now seeing the pigment through the layers of epidermis skin. It can look up to 70% lighter, depending on skin thickness.  This is the foundation of your new brows and the perfect result for the client who is anxious that their new brows won’t suit them and see if they would like to slightly change them in the second treatment.

The second treatment builds up on the foundation of pigment and desired alterations can be made easily.

The third treatment adds enough pigment to give the brow longevity of up to 24 months.   

Book in for your FREE 15 minute consultation with Ling or Emma our emBrowdery Ladies

 1st Treatment €260

2nd Treatment €120

3rd Treatment €60

Total Cost €440

Top-up session €80

*€50 Deposit required when booking 1st treatment