Our passion for beauty creates your confidence

Makeup is an art form in itself and as artists, our goal is to empower our clients, boost their confidence and ensure they leave our studio feeling their most beautiful.

By enhancing eyebrows, our goals are to complement your look, regardless of your age, style or skin type, as we believe that beauty is universal.

Using carefully refined techniques that will apply semi-permanent makeup of the highest pharmaceutical quality, we want you to look in the mirror and fall in love with what you see.

With years of experience and numerous training courses conducted with the best in the industry, we can achieve a radiant, youthful look to your brows, completely tailored to your aesthetic and skin tone.

HOW DOES MICROBLADING WORK?

Microblading or manual microstroking is a way to apply micropigmentation to the brow skin. A completely manual technique is used, which is very precise and requires a lot of experience. Microblading was originally discovered in Asia, but gradually gained popularity in England and from there around the world.

We use a row of fine needles to add pigmentation to the epidermis; this creates delicate strokes that look just like eyebrow hairs and that don’t smudge after curing the way permanent makeup is applied by machine.

Care after the microblading procedure

In order for your eyebrows to grow properly and last as long as possible, you need to take care of them in two ways – one is immediately after microblading, and the other is permanent.

A complex of cares that are taken immediately after the procedure in the first 7-10 days

Immediately after the manipulation, the specialist will apply a healing cream to your eyebrows. Within half an hour, lymph will appear, which you will need to absorb with a cotton swab. Removal of the lymph is done only by gently tapping with a tampon, being careful not to wipe off the cream. A few hours after microblading, it is mandatory to wash the eyebrows with lukewarm water and antibacterial or baby soap. Soap is an excellent disinfectant that will prevent skin infections such as bacterial folliculitis. Washing is done with circular movements and very light pressure to prevent the formation of crusts. Dry with a cotton pad or soft napkins. Towels are avoided because they may contain bacteria. With the help of an ear stick and a minimum amount of the recommended cream, which will be provided to you by the specialist, the eyebrows are carefully smeared. The cream should not be overused because it can cause the pigment to lighten faster.  When applying, characteristic movements must be followed – from back to front, in the direction and against the direction of hair growth, so that it can lubricate and hydrate the skin itself. Otherwise, a large part of the cream remains on the natural hairs and does not reach the skin well. Smearing, as well as washing, should be done with light pressure. These actions (washing, drying and smearing) are repeated for the next 7-10 days, twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. For dry skin and only if necessary, the cream can be applied 3-4 times a day. For oily skin, it is not recommended to use more than twice a day.

Eyebrow care after the procedure is extremely important. The skin is in a vulnerable state and if you do not follow the recommendations given, the final result will be affected. 70% of the eyebrow healing rate depends on the quality of the aftercare.

Day 1: Every hour after the procedure, the eyebrows are cleaned with PhiWipes, in both directions with light pressure without stretching the skin. The last traces of lymph or pigment that the skin secretes after microblading should disappear. After each cleansing, a very thin layer of cream is applied.

Day 2:
– for dry skin – the eyebrows are cleaned every two hours and a very thin layer of cream is applied after each cleaning.
– for oily skin – the eyebrows are cleaned three times a day and a very thin layer of cream is applied after each cleaning.

Day 3-7: Eyebrows are cleaned with distilled water.
– for dry skin – the eyebrows are cleaned 3-5 times a day and a very thin layer of cream is applied after each cleaning.
– for oily skin – the eyebrows are cleaned 3-5 times a day and a very thin layer of cream is applied only. in the evening, and if it is very oily – cream is not applied at all.

If care is not followed, the lymph forms a crust and the pigment falls off.
They should be peeled very finely. With oily skin, peeling can be felt more; when dry it is almost not noticeable.

During the first 7 days, the eyebrows should not get wet. Avoid using cream and applying makeup (foundation) on your eyebrow area. Avoid exercises that cause sweating.

• Brows are darker and thicker in the first two to five days after the procedure.
• The pigment from the 7th to the 15th day after the procedure appears lightest.
• From the 20th to about the 30th day, the color returns again slightly.
• There is a regeneration of the epidermis and the pigment changes until the healing period is complete, which is 30 days.
• Retouching is done between 6 and 9 weeks after the procedure.
• The final result of the procedure is visible after retouching!

FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS AVOID:
• Sunbathe
• Solarium
• Light (laser) therapies
• Chemical peeling
• Peeling with fruit acids
• Microdermabrasion
• Skin regeneration creams

The client should always protect their eyebrows by using sunscreen. The pigment fades faster if the client is taking antibiotics and hormone therapy.

Phibrows Certified Specialists