Boldbrows has fast become the most sought after microblading treatment. The technique is the same as Phibrows although the pattern differs because we create more of a soft curvature to the strokes using an S shape, we also add some baby strokes and create a softer more fluffier shape that is hyper realistic. Boldbrows is an advanced and very artistic technique.

Bold Brows is one of the educational methods recognized by PhiAcademy, created four years ago through a vision of Mensura Megy Hodzic, a Grand Master and winner of Best Artist in the World, who designed this microblading technique with her creativity in order to achieve a natural and more attractive brow that suits many different brow types and tastes of clients.

You may also choose to add machine shading to your Boldbrows treatment to create depth. Boldbrows and shading will create the most realistic brow as it mimics the illusion of real, three dimensional looking hair.

Hayley is Ireland’s only Boldbrows Master.


The healing of the brows is complete after 28 days, clients will then return for a final edit in which any pigment loss is replaced. If you have normal skin and have completed your aftercare correctly you can expect good retention after the initial treatment. If the skin is problematic and oily this may require an additional session.

The success of the treatment is dependent upon

  • skin quality
  • post treatment care
  • exposure to external factors

None of these factors are under the Artist’s control, thus providing any guarantee for the treatment is not possible. If you are pregnant, breast feeding or undergoing chemo treatment is not possible.

Before the Treatment

Before each treatment, the skin should not be burnt, nor in recovery or regeneration process. The following treatments are not recommended 30 days before the treatment:

  • botox and fillers
  • fruit or lactic acids
  • laser treatments
  • chemical peel
  • exposure to strong sunlight.

Before the treatment always consult with Hayley if you:

  • have problematic skin
  • have psoriasis or dermatitis
  • have serious health issues
  • take certain medications
  • already have an old PMU on your eyebrows
  • have a history of keloid scars
  • are pregnant or breastfeeding

Before the treatment, get familiar with the post-treatment care procedure.