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So you’ve seen it mentioned in Elle, OK! Magazine, The Daily Mail and other high flying publications, but what exactly are K.B Pro Microblading Brows?
In short it’s Karen Betts’ latest innovation; a finely tuned Microblading treatment pioneered by Karen and her Elite Team which uses a specially developed hand tool, referred to as the K.B Pro hand glider.
The treatment incorporates specialist techniques create ultra-realistic looking hair strokes for highly defined perfectly shaped brows.
Microblading is a technique used to create the most realistic looking brows using fine ‘hairstrokes’ to mimic the look of real brows.
Instead of traditional cosmetic tattoo treatments which use a machine, Microblading uses a handheld tool to meticulously create fine hair strokes one by one.
Pigment is then implanted into the channels created by the tool and the result is realistic looking, permanent brows.
The treatment starts with an in depth consultation.
The brows are first drawn on to compliment the individuals face shape and enhance the facial features.
Once you’re happy with the shape (the brows can be re-drawn as many times as needed), numbing cream is applied to make the process as comfortable as possible.
They may say no pain no gain but, in reality, the treatment will cause very minimal discomfort with many clients saying it just feels like tiny surface scratches on the skin.
A colour/pigment is then matched to best suit and compliment your skin tone and hair colour.
The glyder is then used to create the finest of hair strokes of different lengths and directions.
Whether you just want the convenience of permanent makeup to save precious snoozing time in the morning or you have hair loss, sparse eyebrows, thinning hair or over-plucking, K.B Pro Brows are personalised every time to help you ditch those eyebrow pencils for goodand wake up with perfect eyebrows every day.
Time: 120 mins Price: £350 (includes your top up 6 weeks later)
Top up 6 months later £175
Top up within in 12 months £225
Over 12 months is full treatment needed