Permanent Make-up


If your eyes are the windows to your soul, your eyebrows are the frame. But what if they’ve been are plucked too much, waxed incorrectly or are not naturally full?

What some have too much of, others have too little of. No matter whether the thinning brows are caused by too much plucking, illness, chemotherapy or genetics: Here permanent hair drawing can help to a new quality of life and offers a long-lasting solution for perfect brows.

Microblading or pigmentation eliminates the need for tiresome tracing and removes the fear that the makeup will smear and run due to sweating, in the swimming pool or sauna. The result looks natural and inconspicuous.

© Lilianna Wysocki

Difference between pigmentation and microblading:

Both methods provide long-lasting support for the impression of beautifully shaped dense brows and thus skillfully set the scene for your face. The hair drawing is done according to the conventional make-up and your personal taste.

Microblading is a manual method that uses a pen and sterile attachments called blades. With the attachments, fine strokes in the form of hairs are worked into the skin, which form the framework of the pigmentation. The pigmentation color is then massaged into the skin and remains there for a few minutes until it is locked in.

With pigmentation, the finest hairs are drawn onto the skin with a machine in order to skillfully conceal gaps and light areas. In addition to the hairs technique, there are a variety of different shading techniques.

Since the pigments in microblading penetrate less deeply into the skin and fade more quickly, this method is also particularly suitable if you want to try out brow pigmentation as an option for yourself for the first time. Pigmentation with the machine is suitable if you want a particularly long-lasting effect.

We will be happy to decide which method is best for you in a personal consultation.

· Consultation appointment
· Measuring and drawing
· Pigmentation
· Follow-up check
· Follow-up treatment after 4-6 weeks

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Frequent questions and answers:

Is the treatment painful?

The sensitivity to pain varies greatly from person to person and depends on age as well as skin type. As a rule, the sensitivity of the skin decreases with age. During their period, women can be more sensitive to pain.

How long does a treatment take?

In addition to the pigmentation itself, the first treatment includes an intensive consultation as well as measuring and marking. Please plan for about 1.5 – 2 hours. The post-treatment takes about 1 hour.

How many treatments are necessary?

If you are having your brows pigmented for the first time, we recommend 2 sessions, sometimes a third. The interval between treatments is between 4-6 weeks.

How long does the result last?

The color pigments last about 1-2 years with microblading and 4-6 years with machine pigmentation. During this time, the color slowly fades.

Definitive time specifications in terms of how long the results last are not possible.

This is influenced by many factors that are individual to each person. These include skin texture (dry or oily), metabolism, habits such as regular visits to saunas and solariums, extensive sunbathing or sweat-causing sports, and peelings.

To maintain a perfect color result, refreshing after 1-2 years is recommended.

How much does eyebrow pigmentation cost?

Pigmentation with the machine:
incl. consultation and one post-treatment after 4-6 weeks:   € 480.00
Refresher (one session) after 12 months:   € 240.00
Refresher (one session) after 24 months:   € 340.00

incl. consultation and one post-treatment after 4-6 weeks:   € 350.00
Refresher (one session) after 12 months:   € 175.00
Refresher (one session) after 24 months:   € 245.00

What should be considered before pigmentation?

You should be of legal age and healthy at the time of treatment and should not have consumed alcohol, drugs or stimulants. Coffee should be avoided 2 hours before the treatment.

Taking medications such as aspirin or other blood thinners (e.g. Arnica globules) should be avoided on the day of treatment.

In the case of injections (e.g. Botox), a time interval of at least 2 weeks should be observed, with pigmentation taking place first.


If any of the following apply, please consult your doctor beforehand:


Are you HIV-infected, diabetic, hemophiliac, cancer patient or allergic? Do you use laser/chemical peels? Do you use a Retin A/peel treatment? Are you pregnant or currently breastfeeding? Do you have a pacemaker? Do you suffer from acute herpes simplex (cold sores), skin irritations/skin disorders, immune deficiency or autoimmune diseases?

What should be observed after pigmentation?

In the first 2-3 days after pigmentation, water contact with the areas that are still healing should be avoided. If you wear make-up in everyday life, please clean your skin so that the eyebrow area is left out.

1-2 weeks after the treatment you should avoid direct sun and solarium. Sauna, swimming pool or sweat-causing sports are also taboo.

In general, it is recommended not to use peeling on the treated areas, so as not to shorten the durability of the color.