If you want to be cared for by an award-winning microblade artist, the Immaculate Touch luxury microblading clinic is less than an hour away from Canterbury and is definitely worth the trip.
Microblading near Canterbury
Microblading for your eyebrows is a long-lasting natural enhancement, helping you to wake up every morning looking as Immaculate as you did the night before.
Our private clinic is nestled in the Kent countryside, about 30 miles outside of central Canterbury (view directions). You can also park safely and for free directly outside the clinic, free from the hustle and bustle of Canterbury’s busy roads.
Georgie is an award-winning microblade artist. She will start with a consultation to ensure that you are completely comfortable before proceeding. This includes discussing the shape and colour of your new brows and what to expect during (and after) the treatment.
If your daily regime involves the tiresome ritual of penciling in your eyebrows, a microblade treatment (also known as “eyebrow embroidery” or “eyebrow tattoo”) could be life-changing. It’s also ideal if you spend a fortune on eyebrow makeup or are tired of having hardly any eyebrows at all.
Microblading is a tattooing technique that uses a hand tool to apply pigment. Georgie will create natural-looking, ultra-fine lines that resemble individual hairs. Semi-permanent eyebrows look beautiful and natural. They can also be a life-changing method for those with very sparse brows.
Machine method eyebrows
Machine method eyebrows are similar to tattooing, so it’s not entirely painless. However, the treatments are gentler and less invasive than normal tattooing and an anaesthetic cream is applied before the treatment to further reduce discomfort.
This innovative process can create many looks including “Ombré brow”, which is a soft powdered effect brow that fades at the edges. Ombré brows, powder brows and Hairstroke simulation can all be achieved by the machine.
Whether you choose a subtle ‘lash enhancement’ following your own lash line or a thicker and more striking look, semi-permanent eyeliner promises to open up any eye and offers you the benefit of not having to reapply it every day in with the struggle of creating an even look on each eye.
Semi-permanent eyeliner is applied using Semi Permanent Makeup (SPMU), also known as micropigmentation. The technique involves using precision equipment to deposit small amounts of hypoallergenic pigment into the dermal layer of the skin to enhance your natural beauty.
Semi Permanent lip tint and liners near Canterbury
We provide full lip tints (otherwise known as Ombre lips) and permanent makeup lip liners. We’ve helped many Canterbury clients gain fuller, bolder, more beautiful lips. Using semi-permanent makeup, we can expertly shape and colour your lips, producing a natural anti-ageing look, also correcting any dissymmetry issues.
We only use the very latest techniques for your lips to help you achieve a long-lasting perfect shape and colour. This is carefully crafted to compliment the shape of your face, natural smile but most importantly, your skin tone.
Our Google reviews
“After feeling very nervous of going the right place to have my lips done I am so thankful I came across Immaculate Touch! Georgie was absolutely amazing at making me feel at ease and giving me the natural but plumped and shaped lips I had been wanting! I am inlove with my results! Would highly recommend it!”
It really is worth the trip to visit us if you’re in Canterbury and we’re also ideally located for:
CT1 – Canterbury
CT2 – Canterbury Harbledown, Rough Common, Sturry, Fordwich, Blean, Tyler Hill, Broad Oak, Westbere
CT3 – Wingham
CT4 – Chartham, Bridge
Fascinating Canterbury tales
Even the non-religious will probably know that Thomas Becket (a.k.a. Thomas à Becket) was murdered most brutally at Canterbury’s now-famous cathedral. The year was 1170. As a result, Canterbury became a pilgrimage location and was once one of the most well-known places in Europe.
Also, if you’ve heard of the collection of stories titled “Canterbury Tales”, the answer is yes, the whole affair inspired Geoffrey Chaucer to write them.
They are often considered to be Chaucer’s finest work – The Canterbury Tales is a collection of twenty-four stories about a group of pilgrims that were written between 1387 and 1400.
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