Questions & Answers

"Is Permanent Makeup right for me?"  
If you apply makeup daily - Yes!
If you are allergic to many makeup brands - Yes!
If you have hair loss, or Alopecia - Yes!
If you are Athletic, like sport, and swimming - Yes!
If you are disabled, or find applying makeup a chore - Yes!
If you want to correct facial asymmetry - Yes!


Microblading Information sheet

 Where are you based?

The address is: Woodlawn, Beacon Hill Road, Hindhead, Surrey, GU26 6QB.

How much does Microblading cost?

It costs £450, which includes your treatment session and a review session (to be used within 3 months of your initial treatment session), where any adjustments are made, if needed. My clients Top-up’s are charged at £150 per session as long as it’s no later 2 years after your last session, otherwise the treatment will be charged at the full price. A deposit of £50 is needed to secure any appointment, which is then deducted from the remaining balance of your treatment fee. I don’t take cards, so unless you’re paying by cash on the day, please arrange a bank transfer, which must reach me before your treatment can go ahead. BACS details are at the bottom of the page (Prices correct are time of printing).

Is there a consultation fee?

The consultation fee is £50 and is taken off your treatment fee, should you decide to go ahead. During a consultation, I do the patch test and discuss your brow situation, possibly drawing on brows. This is a half hour appointment and must be secured with the consultation fee. If for any reason I feel that you’re not a suitable candidate for treatment, I will refund your consultation fee.

How long does the procedure take?

The consultation is half an hour, the initial treatment session is 2 hours and the review session is between half an hour and an hour and a half, depending on whether or not anything needs doing?

I’ve heard that oily skin is a contraindication for Microblading?

If you have very oily skin, large pores, Rosacea, or dilated capillaries (a strong redness to areas of your skin, which is formed of small, possibly broken blood vessels), then there is a strong possibility that the hair strokes will not retain their definition once healed and the effect will be more of a powder brow look and in some cases the pigment will heal to a very cool tone.

I have very dark hair and have heard that over time the pigment can heal grey?

If you require a very dark pigment implanting, then there is a small chance of the pigment healing very cool and in some cases, once faded, there can be a greyish hue to the brows. This is rare, but the possibility is something to be aware of. Also, with very dark shades, or if you want the strokes to be very closely packed, there is a stronger chance of the strokes blurring and over time, this will lead to more of a “powder brow” effect.

How long does it last?

The result usually lasts between 8-18 months, depending on skin type and depth of colour, but the result can last longer (see answer to next question for more information on this). A Top-Up is advised at regular intervals to freshen up your brows.

If I decide to stop having Microblading treatment, over time will the tattoo completely disappear?

You may always have a trace of the tattoo if you stop having treatments. With darker pigments it can take several years to lose the colour and in some cases the client may never completely lose the tattoo. This is normally associated with a very dark shade being used, so something to be aware of before you decide to go ahead with treatment.

Do I need to come for a consultation/patch test?

 It is essential to have a patch test and this can be sent in the post if you feel you don’t require a consultation. Treatment cannot take place for at least 2 hours after performing the test.

What if I need to cancel my appointment?

You must cancel at least 48 hours before your appointment date, or you will lose you’re £50 deposit. I will reschedule your appointment and keep the deposit until you come in for the new appointment date, then it will be deducted from your remaining balance.

How long does it take to heal and is there scabbing?

It takes about a week to heal and there should be little or no scabbing, if you stick to the aftercare regime. There is still a chance that you may develop a scabbing, depending on the individual.

Can I wash my hair after treatment?

Yes, you can wash your hair. Splashing your brows isn’t a problem as long as you pat them dry with a clean dry flannel as soon as possible. A handheld shower head is a good way of protecting your brows especially if you’re able to tip your head back whilst washing your hair.

Will my brows be red and swollen after treatment?

You should have no redness or swelling when you leave me. All my photos are directly after the procedure, so you can go straight out feeling great!

Can I do exercise immediately after the treatment?

Exercise is fine following treatment, however, no swimming, saunas, steam rooms etc, until your brows have healed.

When can I go in the sun after treatment?

You can go in the sun 10 days after Microblading, as long as you wear a strong, Zinc free sun block. The UV rays will fade a tattoo very quickly if you don’t follow this advice!  Microblading should be done no sooner than 2 weeks after sun exposure.

Can I have Botox just before, or after treatment?

You must wait for 2 weeks after having Botox before you can be treated and must wait for at least 2 weeks after treatment before your next Botox session.

Can I have my brows tinted before treatment?

You should have your brows tinted either 1 week before treatment, or 2 weeks after treatment.

I have old brow tattooing. Can I have Microblading over the top?

As long as the old tattooing is significantly faded down enough, yes you can. If in doubt, send me a photo and I should be able to tell from that. You must be aware however, that I cannot completely conceal old tattooing, so you will be able to see the residual tone of the faded tattoo underneath my work.

Is it painful?

I put on a good numbing cream before your treatment, so you shouldn’t feel much discomfort at all.

Will it be very dark until healed?

Microblading is a lovely, natural looking treatment and you should be able to leave my clinic without any redness or swelling. No need to hide away! You will look great immediately.

I have very sparse eyebrow hair, will Microblading work for me?

It doesn’t matter if you have no brow hair, very sparse hair, or quite a lot of hair, Microblading is good for all brow conditions.

Is this treatment for all ethnicities and skin and hair tones?

Yes, I have pigment shades to suit all.

Can I have the treatment if I’m pregnant, or breastfeeding?

No, you must wait until after the baby is born and breastfeeding has finished.

Can I have the treatment if I’m undergoing Chemo?

You have to be at least 5 weeks prior to undergoing chemotherapy and at least 5 weeks post chemotherapy. If you wish me to treat you within the stipulated 5 week period, then written consent from your oncologist will be required.

I have a health condition. Can I have this treatment done?

If you have a health condition and/or are taking medication, this must be discussed with me directly, before we can proceed, to make sure there are no contraindications.

I’m under 18 years old. Can I have the treatment?

In some circumstances, this can be done, as long as there is consent from a parent or guardian, plus written permission from your doctor and that my insurance company is happy for us to proceed.

I’m in my 70’s. Can I have this done?

As long as you’re healthy and depending on your skin texture, you can have this treatment at any age. However,  I strongly advise a face to face consultation if you’re over the age of 80, as there is the chance that I may have to refuse treatment on the day if I consider, for whatever reason, that it’s not in your best interests to have Microblading performed.

 

 

*Please be aware that over time and after several top-up’s, the strokes may soften and not look as crisp as when first applied to virgin skin.

BACS details:
Jan Jordan.
Acc no: 16545311.
Sort code: 60-11-08.
Please use YOUR NAME as a reference.

Please call me for further information on: 07760 253085
You can visit the website at www.janjordan.co.uk

NB. Children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the treatment room. They can sit in the waiting room, as long as they are accompanied by an adult.

 

Eyeliner Info Sheet

 Where are you based?

The address is: Woodlawn, Beacon Hill Road, Hindhead, Surrey, GU26 6QB.

How much does Eyeliner cost?

It costs £250 for Top Eyeliner and £200 for Lower Eyeliner. If you’re having both, the cost is £400. These prices include your treatment session and a review session (to be used within 3 months of your initial treatment session), where any adjustments are made, if needed. My clients Top-up’s are charged at £150 per treatment area, per session, as long as it’s no later 2 years after your last session, otherwise the treatment will be charged at the full price. A deposit of £50 is needed to secure any appointment, which is then deducted from the remaining balance of your treatment fee. I don’t take cards, so unless you’re paying by cash on the day, please arrange a bank transfer, which must reach me before your treatment can go ahead. BACS details are further down this page.

Is there a consultation fee?

The consultation fee is £50 and is taken off your treatment fee, should you decide to go ahead. During a consultation, I do the patch test and discuss treatment options and suitability for treatment. This is a half hour appointment and must be secured with the consultation fee. 

How long does the procedure take?

The consultation is half an hour and the initial treatment session is about an hour and a half. The review session between half an hour and an hour and a half, depending on whether or not anything needs doing?

How long does it last?

The result can last between a year and 18 months, depending on skin type.

If I decide to stop having treatment, over time will the tattoo completely disappear?

You may always have a very faint trace of the tattoo if you stop having treatments.

Do I need to come for a consultation/patch test?

It is essential to have a patch test. If preferred, I can send you a little patch test kit in the post. Treatment cannot take place for at least 24 hours after performing the test.

What if I need to cancel my appointment?

You must cancel at least 48 hours before your appointment date, or you will lose you’re £50 deposit. I will reschedule your appointment and keep the deposit until you come in for the new appointment date, then it will be deducted from your remaining balance.

How long does it take to heal and is there scabbing?

It takes about a week to heal and there can be a little scabbing, sloughing of the pigment and sometimes some pigment is lost. This is rectified at your review session. Occasionally a client will lose a lot of pigment however, which is down to the way an individual takes the pigment.

Can I wear contact lenses after treatment?

You can’t wear contact lenses during treatment and for 4 days after treatment. Bring glasses on the day if you need them for driving!

Can I have my lashes tinted before treatment?

You should have your lashes tinted at least 10 days before treatment, or 2 weeks after treatment. 

Can I wash my hair after treatment?

Yes, you can wash your hair. Try not to get your eyes wet, but if they get splashed, pat them dry with a clean tissue as soon as possible. A hand held shower head is a good way of protecting your eyes, especially if you’re able to tip your head back whilst washing your hair.

Will my eyes be red and swollen after treatment?

There can be some swelling and soreness/redness for 48 hours after the procedure. I suggest taking a “One a day” antihistamine for a few days prior to treatment and about 5 days post treatment. Some clients have no swelling and/or redness. This is all dependent upon the individual.

Can I do exercise immediately after the treatment?

Exercise is fine following treatment, however, no swimming, saunas, steam rooms etc, until your eyes have healed.

When can I go in the sun after treatment?

You can go in the sun a week after treatment, but please continue to protect your eyes from intense sun exposure.

Can I have Botox just before, or after treatment?

You must wait for 2 weeks after having Botox before you can be treated and must wait for at least 2 weeks after treatment before your next Botox session.

Can I have my lashes tinted before treatment?

You should have your lashes tinted either 10 days before treatment, or 2 weeks after treatment.

I have very sensitive eyes, can I still have treatment.

I don’t recommend eyeliner tattooing if you have very sensitive eyes and/or are unhappy about having your eyes worked on generally.

Is it painful?

 I put on a good numbing cream before your treatment, so you shouldn’t feel much discomfort at all (read further down for more info on this). It’s a strange sensation, as you will feel the vibration of the needle on your eyelid and I have to put some pressure on the skin around your eye. It’s a very quick procedure as long as you stay nicely still and trust me.

Will it be very dark until healed?

The colour will start off very crisp and black, but can soften once healed.

Is this treatment for all ethnicities and skin and hair tones?

Yes, although fairer toned clients may be a little more sensitive during the procedure and possibly feel some discomfort.

Can I have the treatment if I’m pregnant, or breastfeeding?

No, you must wait until after the baby is born and breastfeeding has finished.

Can I have the treatment if I’m undergoing Chemo?

You have to be at least 5 weeks prior to undergoing chemotherapy and at least 5 weeks post chemotherapy. If you wish me to treat you within the stipulated 5 week period, then written consent from your oncologist will be required.

I have a health condition. Can I have this treatment done?

If you have a health condition and/or are taking medication, this must be discussed with me directly, before we can proceed, to make sure there are no contraindications.

I’m under 18 years old. Can I have the treatment?

In some circumstances, this can be done, as long as there is consent from a parent or guardian, plus written permission from your doctor and that my insurance company is happy for us to proceed.

I’m in my 70’s. Can I have this done?

As long as you’re healthy and depending on your skin texture, you can have this treatment at any age.

 

 

BACS details:
Jan Jordan.
Acc no: 16545311.
Sort code: 60-11-08.
Please use your name as a reference.

Please call me for further information on: 07760 253085
You can visit the website at www.janjordan.co.uk

NB. Children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the treatment room. They can sit in the waiting room, as long as they are accompanied by an adult.