Have The Perfect Eyebrow Everyday
Do you love your eyebrows arched and feathered or straight and bold? You know what you like best because, for most of us, we have to draw on or fill in our eyebrows every morning. When it comes to eyebrows your options were limited, either spend the time drawing them or get them tattooed on. Obviously, you didn’t want to look like that friend that got the pencil thin, high arch tattoo brow that was in a decade ago and now she can’t change it. Good thing you waited, because now with this new technique called microblading; provides all the benefits of waking up with perfect brows and still be able to change them a year later if the brow style changes.
Microblading – A Semi-Permanent Eyebrow.
During this unique technique, the pigment is implanted with a manual tool.
This tool has a fixed small disposable blade that your stylist would scratch pigment on the skin. The depth of pigment does not reach the deepest layer of the dermis; thus the effect is an extremely fine and natural looking hair strokes.
The best part of microblading is that there is no downtime. We have you come back after a month for a follow-up appointment to touch-up your brow. Then after that, your new brow is very low maintenance, you can swim, rub, and just gawk at how beautiful your eyebrows are. No special care required; just a brief touch-up once a year.
What To Expect
Before & Afters
What To Expect After Your Microblading Session
- Your new micobladed eyebrows will go through several phases in the first month in particular
- Immediately following the session, the deposited pigmentation will appear very sharp and dark. This is because much of the pigment is sitting atop the skin and has not yet fully penetrated the skin. The color of the pigment will gradually soften.
- It is expected that you may see some excess pigmentation in the cotton swab used during the cleaning process. You might also think this is the color fading; it in not. This is a superficial color that was not deposited in the skin.
- Itching and flaking may appear during the first two weeks after your microblading session. This is a normal part of the healing process.