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Eyebrow Treatment

Microblading is the manual process of introducing semi-permanent makeup, in the form of colored pigments, to mimic hair on the eye brows. The design is waterproof, smudge proof, and looks completely natural, with this technique we are able to achieve fullness and shape, by mimicking hair where no hair existed previously. This process lasts for up to 18 months, after which time the pigment fades and the eyebrows and skin return to their previous and natural state. A touch-up session is usually required to get to desired results and can sometimes require up to 3 sessions. This method is best for those who have a dry to normal skin type.



Microshading (also known as powder or ombre brows) is similar to microblading, but a different technique is applied to produce a solid look to the brow as opposed to creating "hairs". This design is also waterproof and smudge proof and tends to last longer before needing a colorboost. This method is best for those who prefer more of a defined "make-up" look and is better suited for an oily skin type. Microshading can be combined with microblading to create density or to create an ombre effect.


Permanent Makeup Pre-Care

     -NO alcohol 24 hours prior to procedure.

     -Do not take Advil, Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Niacin, or Vitamin E 24 hours prior to procedure.

     -Waxing and brow tinting should be performed no less than 4 days prior to procedure.

     -Avoid excessive sun exposure 30 days prior to procedure.

     -Do not take any mood-altering drugs 24 hours before procedure.

     -No medication prescribed by a physician should be discontinued without consulting your doctor first.

     -You may be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.

     -Use of Retin A must be discontinued at least 2 weeks before procedure is performed.

     -Avoid tanning one week prior to procedure.

     -Use of Accutane must be discontinued 1 year prior to appointment.

     -Fillers/Botox should be done 6 weeks prior to scheduled appointment.

Procedure cannot be performed for those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or diabetic.

*If you've had a previous cosmetic tattoo, please contact first prior to booking.

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