Eyebrows are the most defining feature of the face. They frame your face, emphasize your eyes, and accentuate your expression. Brows are pivotal in giving symmetry to the face. With permanent makeup you can toss those brow pencils and powders. We can give sparse brows a fuller look, give people without any brow hair a natural looking hair-like appearance, and we can add dimension to those who have naturally light brows. Topical anesthetics are used to reduce discomfort.
Microblading is a technique used to implant pigment into the second layer of the skin using a microblade. This technique creates little hair strokes on the skin. A consultation is required before the procedure. At your consultation for Microblading, or any other eyebrow technique, we will go over your expectations and choose the appropriate shape and color for your eyebrows. Pre/Post procedure instructions will be discussed and health history will also be discussed to make sure you are a good candidate. Topical numbing cream will be used before and during all Microblading and Permanent Makeup procedures to lessen any discomfort. Permanent Makeup/Microblading of the Eyebrows is typically well tolerated. Microblading is done with Tina Davies one time use/disposable Harmony Microblades.
All Microblading and Permanent Makeup is a multi-session process. Touch-Ups are necessary! Your second session will be done approximately 6-8 weeks after your first session (included in the cost). An Annual Color Boost is recommended to keep it looking fresh.
If you’re someone who prefers a fuller brow but still wants that soft texture, you may want to consider the powdered technique. The powder technique mimics the appearance of conventional brow makeup whether it is a brow pencil or brow shadow.
This technique creates a denser, fuller looking Eyebrow by adding a light veil of color to the eyebrow and using Microblading to create hair like strokes.
Permanent Makeup machine is used with a single/super fine needle to create hair strokes in the eyebrow area.
- Hair loss and lack of definition
- Thin brows caused by years of over plucking.
- Chemotherapy or Alopecia
- Lengthening your shorter existing eyebrows
- Thickening thin brows
- Correcting asymmetry
- Active lifestyles
- Trouble applying conventional makeup.
*Please note that all permanent makeup is really semi-permanent and requires maintenance as well as touch-ups for it to stay crisp and true in color for years to come.
*All After photos are taken immediately after the procedure unless otherwise stated