Gemma is proud to be able to combine her experience and industry knowledge with the very best products to provide each of her clients with a bespoke experience. She designs brows that are perfect for each individual, exclusive to them. To achieve this, there’s a proven process to achieve the best results for each and every person:
Gemma will begin by assessing your skin tones to ensure she chooses a pigment that will balance perfectly with your skin. This step requires skill and experience to achieve the desired result.
You will explain to Gemma what type of brows you are looking for. You will be fully involved in the creation of your brows; we can discuss and advise, or look at pictures with you. Your facial dimensions and brows will be measured, so that taking your desired effect into account, Gemma will be able to give you a result that is most flattering for your bone structure.
By penciling in your chosen brows you will be able to try them out before we get started.
Anesthetic is used to ensure that you will be as comfortable as possible throughout your treatment. How the process feels obviously varies from person to person, but most people describe it as a little ‘scratchy’. Gemma will use her signature technique to replicate the appearance of actual hairs in the skin in the design agreed with you.
Final adjustments will be made, hair by hair, to ensure your new brows are flattering and achieve the effect that you were looking for.
Please be aware that the colour will fade by more than 50% after the initial application - this is to see how well the pigment adheres to your skin and to adjust the colour if necessary. You will be offered a retouch appointment, within 12 weeks of the initial application, to enable Gemma to review your brows with you and make any adjustments necessary to perfect the overall effect. A cautious approach enables ensures that you will end up with brows you love. Without aftercare, the pigments used will eventually fade out of the skin. In order to maintain your brows, we do recommend that you come back at least once a year for an annual retouch to keep the colour refreshed and make any adjustments necessary to keep the effect you desired.