PLEASE READ CAREFULLY – AND SIGN WHERE INDICATED, ONLY when you are happy to proceed. Ensure all points below have been discussed with your consultant and you understand and accept these terms.Terms of your treatment:- You have chosen a cosmetic procedure that is not medically necessary.- Microblading is an art process - not an exact science - and cannot guarantee an exact colour result due to how colours can heal differently in all individuals. The selected colour will be darker immediately after treatment. This darker colour should exfoliate and lighten within 7-14 days after treatment. Lighter colours fade faster than darker colours, and all colours can change with time.- You may be required to return for additional treatments before your procedure is deemed complete. The payment for any additional work (if applicable) will be agreed prior to procedure commencing. Additional treatments cannot be performed for 4-8 weeks (depending on treatment) after initial procedure. This is in order to allow the initial treatment to heal fully.- Your consultant will use a treatment plan to record the colours you have chosen, anaesthetic used, needles used and pre and post treatment photographs. This information will be held securely in your consultation record.- The skin type of every client is different and colour should remain visible in the skin for several years (in some cases indefinitely). The pigment will be present permanently but not necessarily be visible. A re-touch procedure will be required periodically to keep the procedure looking fresh.- After each treatment some swelling or redness may occur. In some cases there may be bruising. Your consultant will recommend solutions to reduce these symptoms. Throughout the treatment you may experience some discomfort, but your consultant will reassure you throughout and endeavour to make you feel comfortable.- Pigments used in Semi Permanent Make Up contain iron oxides, and differ to the inks used in tattooing.- You must adhere to aftercare instructions given to you after your treatment. This is very important and will ensure you aren’t vulnerable to infections after leaving the clinic. You must let the treated area heal properly. Avoid picking, plucking or knocking as this will hinder the healing process and could make the treatment appear uneven thus requiring further work.- Be aware that skin altering procedures such as plastic surgery, implants and injectables may alter the Microblading look.
Your consultant will follow guidelines as outlined in section 15 of the Local Government Act 1982. In addition to this, it is recommended that trained consultants use aseptic conditions throughout the treatment.