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Medical Pigmentation Birmingham

TREATMENT OVERVIEW

Eyebrows are an extremely important element shaping the beauty and appearance of our face. they frame the eyes and determine the character of the face. the lack of them is a great loss and a serious problem for many people. daily eyebrow painting with a pencil or shadow causes a lot of troubles and considerations whether they look well. how can I help yourself when we have lost our eyebrows as a result of chemotherapy, alopecia, or other random accidents? in this situation, permanent make-up is a solution. medical pigmentation of the eyebrow helps to restore the hair for people who have lost it partly or completely. Have you lost your eyebrows as a result of chemotherapy or alopecia? Forget about worries and everyday makeup. Perform medical eyebrow pigmentation. Thanks to it, you can have natural-looking eyebrows permanently.

We will draw hair with your eyebrow. We will select the colour of the dye that suits your beauty. We will restore the natural look of your face. Has your brow hair fallen out as a result of a burn or other skin injury? Has a scar, hairless cavity, or deformation formed in your brow bone? If so, think about medical eyebrow pigmentation that will help cover up cavities and scars.

TREATMENT INFORMATION

The linergist begins by selecting the proper colour and shape for the brows. The Starbrows method has a large selection of eyebrow pigmentation dyes. This allows you to match the hue to any skin tone. Then moves on to medical pigmentation after accepting the permanent makeup drawing.

 

BEFORE TREATMENT

48 HOURS BEFORE AVOID: 4 WEEKS BEFORE AVOID: PATCH TEST IMPORTANT
Alcohol, caffeine, and painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen, it can thin the blood and increase the likelihood of bleeding which can result in decreased colour retention.
  • Tinting and waxing
  • Products that contain AHA/Glycolic/Retin
  • High sun exposure/ sun beds
  • Botox, threads in the area
  • Any other treatments that cause skin regeneration for prolonged period of time
A Patch test must be carried out minimum 48 hours prior to the appointment to check for allergies, for all products used during the treatment Please inform us if you have any of the following:

  • Semi-Permanent Makeup done in the past few years
  • Have any health or skin issues
  • Taking any medications, or undergoing a medical treatment of any kind

AFTERCARE

FIRST 7 DAYS AVOID:

  • All the creams (except for the protective one),
  • All make-up (foundation)
  • Workouts that involve a lot of sweating,
  • Sauna
  • Facial massage

 

TO AVOID IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS:

  • Sunbathing, sunbeds,
  • Light therapies, chemical peelings, microdermabrasion, steaming
  • Creams that contain regeneration factors e.g., Retinol
  • Always avoid laser treatments over the treated area (Fraxel laser, IPL), because they can destroy the pigment and cause burns.
  • Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to a faster pigment fading.
  • Always protect the area from the sun with SPFs (not during the first 7 days).

TREATMENT SUMMARY

Procedure time
Back at Work
Anaesthetic
Recovery Time
Sensitivity Period
Duration of Results
Risks and Complications

TREATMENT BENEFITS

TREATMENT AREAS

BEFORE & AFTER

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Why Choose Starbrows

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Frequently Asked Questions

In the beginning, the technician chooses the appropriate colour and shape of the eyebrows. Starbrows method offers a very wide range of dyes for eyebrow pigmentation. Thanks to this, you can match the colour to any type of skin. After accepting the drawing of permanent makeup, he proceeds to medical pigmentation. Depending on the needs, it can use the hair or shading method. It can also combine both methods, thus gaining a very natural makeup look.

Description

The linergist begins by selecting the proper colour and shape for the brows. The Starbrows method has a large selection of eyebrow pigmentation dyes. This allows you to match the hue to any skin tone. Then moves on to medical pigmentation after accepting the permanent makeup drawing.

 

BEFORE TREATMENT

48 HOURS BEFORE AVOID: 4 WEEKS BEFORE AVOID: PATCH TEST IMPORTANT
Alcohol, caffeine, and painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen, it can thin the blood and increase the likelihood of bleeding which can result in decreased colour retention.
  • Tinting and waxing
  • Products that contain AHA/Glycolic/Retin
  • High sun exposure/ sun beds
  • Botox, threads in the area
  • Any other treatments that cause skin regeneration for prolonged period of time
A Patch test must be carried out minimum 48 hours prior to the appointment to check for allergies, for all products used during the treatment Please inform us if you have any of the following:

  • Semi-Permanent Makeup done in the past few years
  • Have any health or skin issues
  • Taking any medications, or undergoing a medical treatment of any kind
Aftercare:

FIRST 7 DAYS AVOID:

  • All the creams (except for the protective one),
  • All make-up (foundation)
  • Workouts that involve a lot of sweating,
  • Sauna
  • Facial massage

 

TO AVOID IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS:

  • Sunbathing, sunbeds,
  • Light therapies, chemical peelings, microdermabrasion, steaming
  • Creams that contain regeneration factors e.g., Retinol
  • Always avoid laser treatments over the treated area (Fraxel laser, IPL), because they can destroy the pigment and cause burns.
  • Use of antibiotics and hormonal therapy can lead to a faster pigment fading.
  • Always protect the area from the sun with SPFs (not during the first 7 days).

In the beginning, the technician chooses the appropriate colour and shape of the eyebrows. Starbrows method offers a very wide range of dyes for eyebrow pigmentation. Thanks to this, you can match the colour to any type of skin. After accepting the drawing of permanent makeup, he proceeds to medical pigmentation. Depending on the needs, it can use the hair or shading method. It can also combine both methods, thus gaining a very natural makeup look.

Treatment Summary
Procedure time
Back at Work
Anaesthetic
Recovery Time
Sensitivity Period
Duration of Results
Risks and Complications
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