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Eyebrow and eyelash tinting injury compensation claims 

Any cosmetic work carried out near to your eyes can have a dramatic effect on your life if it is done badly.  
 
If you have suffered personal injury, including an allergic reaction to chemicals when having your eyelashes tinted, or enhanced, as a result of negligence, MG Legal’s specialist legal experts can help get the compensation you deserve. 
 
 

Why choose MG Legal? 

MG Legal’s beauty treatment compensation solicitors are here to help, and accept all beauty treatment negligence claims on a no win no fee basis, with no financial risk to our clients. Our success rate speaks for itself, and our many happy clients are only too happy to recommend our services. Call your nearest office now, or email us at injury@mglegal.co.uk, and one of our personal injury specialist will make contact with you today. 

How do I make a claim if I have suffered a reaction to eyelash dye? 

Even if you have used the same beautician time and time again, mistakes can, and do happen. When you attend your local beauty salon, you should be offered the best treatment, from a trained professional.  
 
Sometimes a routine treatment, such as eyebrow and eyelash tinting, can go wrong, and cause you personal injury. If you've suffered an injury at a beauty salon, contact MG Legal’s specialist beauty treatment claims solicitors, and we will be happy to take on your claim, on a no win no fee basis. 

Have you been injured in the last three years? 

 
 
Get in touch today to start your claim for personal injury compensation 
MG Legal accept all Personal Injury Compensation claims on a "No Win, No Fee" basis and have a success rate of over 99% 
 
 

What types of injury can I claim for? 

The beauty industry is alarmingly not that regulated, with untrained salon staff, and trainees, performing minor treatments, such as dying, tinting and waxing. The most common types of injury, caused by incorrect application of dyes, glues and tinting, are: 
Blistering 
Crusting of the skin on the eye and around the eye 
Swelling 
Inflammation 
Hypopigmentation 
Temporary loss of eyesight 
Puffiness and inflammation 
 
The main causes of personal injury as a result of eyelash and eyebrow tinting is Paraphenylenediamine - a dark dye predominantly used to dye hair but is often used to adulterate other dyes, particularly henna to darken them. If any products were to be used on your skin which contained Paraphenylenediamine, or henna, your beautician should patch test you first, and an appropriate history should be taken from you, as to whether she had had a previous reaction to such dyes. 
 
If you are not asked if you have had any previous reaction to any dyes, and sustain an injury, then contact our expert beauty treatment claim solicitors at MG Legal, and we will help you puruse a no win no fee claim for personal injury compensation.  

How much will my claim be worth? 

The value of your compensation claim depends on how you were affected by your injuries; from mild swelling, to crusting of the skin, burns, blisters and hypopigmentation, compensation, can vary from hundreds of pounds, to many thousands. The best thing to do is contact MG Legal’s injury compensation solicitors, for an informal discussion. You’ll be glad you got in touch. MG Legal accept all beauty treatment compensation claims on a no win no fee basis, and have a success rate over 99%. 

Why choose MG Legal for my beauty treatment compensation claim? 

MG Legal’s expert team are all qualified personal injury claim professionals. Contact our specialist team for a no obligation, informative chat about your compensation claim today. All beauty treatment compensation claims are accepted on a no win no fee basis, with our hardworking solicitors making your claim for compensation as stress-free as possible. 
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