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Eyebrow microblading gone wrong personal injury solicitors near me. 

Eyebrow microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing procedure that can leave eyebrows looking thicker, fuller, and darker, all with a natural effect. The process uses small needles to achieve a look of natural hair strokes, creating results that can last up to three years if done well. 
However, as with all procedures using needles, dyes, and invasive procedures, there is a degree of risk involved with the treatment. 
Whether it is an allergic reaction to the ink used, or an infection caused by the needles used in the procedure, there are a number of different injuries that can occur as a result. 
If you have been injured from an eyebrow micro-blading gone wrong, then get in touch with MG Legal’s specialist beauty treatment personal injury solicitors today for a no-obligation discussion of your potential claim. 

Have you been injured in the last three years? 

Claim up to £91,350 in your Microblading Beauty Negligence claim with MG Legal. 

 MG Legal’s expert personal injury solicitors have a success rate in excess of 99%, and settle many thousands of eyebrow microblading gone wrong claims every year. Click below to learn more about our team, and why they are the right solicitors for you.  


Can I make a claim for my eyebrow microblading gone wrong? 

If mistakes are made during the microblading procedure it can have devastating consequences, including permanent scarring, irritated skin, and you may be entitled to claim for personal injury arising out of the beautician’s negligence in your eyebrow microblading gone wrong. 
Microblading is often carried out in the following stages: 
1. Initial consultation with your beautician- The eyes and skin surface around the eyes are delicate areas, and a consultation with your beautician, with the risks of microblading explained to you, followed by the signing of a full Consent Form, should always take place. 
2. Mixing the colour – The salon will discuss your colour requirements, and mix the dye to whatever colour you like. A patch test should be carried out between 24 and 48 hours prior to the microblading procedure, to avoid allergic reaction to the eye area, including blistering, and blotchiness of the skin. 
3. Needling – The final stage of the microblading procedure, and the stage where the pigment is implanted around the brow. Arguably the most dangerous part of the microblading process where eyebrow microblading gone wrong can occur, because, if the beautician applies too much pressure, or has not cleaned the area surrounding the eye properly, infection can easily occur. Less serious injuries can also occur, and if the beautician does not have a steady hand, you can end up with uneven eyebrows. 

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How has my eyebrow microblading gone wrong? 

Allergic reactions- The main reason that a patch test should always be carried out at least 48 hours before an eyebrow micro-blading takes place, is to ensure that the client is not allergic to the dye or pigment that is being used on their skin. As the procedure penetrates the skin around the eye area in order to insert the dye, there is an increased risk of a serious allergic reaction compared to if the dye was simply applied topically. An allergic reaction will typically appear as swelling, pain, burning, and even crusting of the skin around the affected area. 
Skin infections- All beauticians should ensure that all needles and equipment is clean and sanitised, and that all dyes are safely within their use-by date. If these precautions are not followed, then you could face an infection from your eyebrow micro-blading procedure. If you think that this is the case, then you should visit your local doctor or A&E department right away, as you may need urgent medical care to prevent the infection from spreading. 
Scars- Some people with sensitive skin, especially younger people, may suffer from small scars and marking of the skin where the needles have penetrated the skin as a part of the procedure. If this is the case, and you were not explicitly warned of these risks properly before the procedure, then you could be entitled to financial compensation. 

How do I make a personal injury claim for eyebrow microblading gone wrong? 

MG Legal’s personal injury solicitors are some of the very best in their field, and work tirelessly to get our injured clients the best results. If you have been injured whilst having any treatment by a beautician, from eyebrow microblading gone wrong, to a botched chemical peel or fibroblast procedure, then contact our highly experienced, friendly team of solicitors; you’ll be asked to complete one of our Claim Forms, which can be completed online, here, send it back to our offices, and we will get your claim for personal injury started, and all on a no win no fee basis. 
Our team will go above and beyond to ensure that your claim is built to be as strong as possibel, and that you get the financial compensation that you deserve. Because of our expertise, hard work, and dedication, our team have a success rate in excess of 99%. If you do choose MG Legal as your personal injury solicitors, you will receive the best possible service, and, when liability is accepted, leading treatment to assist your recovery, all on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. 

Why choose MG Legal's NO WIN NO FEE solicitors for my eyebrow treatment gone wrong beauty treatment compensation claim? 

If you have suffered negligence in a beauty salon in the last 3 years, contact MG Legal’s personal injury solicitors. Our solicitors are experts in beauty salon negligence claims. Our experts are ready and able to help you with your beauty treatment claim, on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, so do not hesitate to contact one of our friendly solicitors today.  
Get in touch online, here, via our contact form, and you will hear back from a leading solicitor within one working hour. Alternatively, email us at .  

What evidence can help to build my eyebrow microblading gone wrong beauty claim? 

Regular photographs of the injury- the personal injury claims process can take time. In this time, your injuries may lessen, or you may eve fully recover. Therefore, it can help to take regular time-stamped photos of your eyebrow microblading injuries from the beginning to help to build your claim. 
Diary entries- Along with photos of your injuries, it can also help to keep a regularly updated personal injury diary, or a pain journal, documenting your pain, how you are feeling, and how your injury is impacting your daily life and routine. 
Medical reports- if MG Legal accept your NO WIN NO FEE case, we will arrange for you to see leading medical experts about your injuries, and obtain comprehensive medical reports from these experts, in order to help strengthen your case. 
Receipts- The final payment of your claim, if sucessful, will include more than just your injury payment. You could be re-paid for the treatment itself and for any extra expenses you may have incurred. 
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