What Is Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure whereby hair like incision strokes are created along the eyebrow to attempt to either enhance, reshape or create a natural looking appearance on the brows. The procedure entails the use of a nanoblade, which is dipped into a pigment that has been matched to natural hair color and skin tone and is then glided along a sketched outline of the brow that has been drawn on and scrutinized beforehand. Whilst only penetrating into the upper skin, the pigment is deposited simultaneously with the creation of the hair like stroke leaving a feathered outline.

What Is Microshading?

Microshading Eyebrows service is a combination of microbladingand microshading to create a beautiful more natural looking eyebrows. The semi-permanent makeup technique for sparse, light-colored or over-plucked brows. Microshading technique is a perfect way tо give уоur mісrоblаdеd brows a semi-permanent mаkеuр effect to аvoid daily morning hassles.

What Is Ombré Powdered Brows?

Ombré Brows gives a light to dark ombré, lighter in the front of the brow and going darker towards the tail. Powder ombré gives a soft powder makeup look that's still natural looking. Ombré Powdered Brows is the newest shading technique.  This method uses both manual and machine techniques to create natural strokes with a soft, powdery makeup finish.

Discomfort Minimal

First, it takes awhile drawing on your brow to the shape of your dreams to ensure you get the look you want. If you approve of the shape of your brows, then the topical numbing cream is applied to help ease any dull any discomfort. When getting your eyebrows microbladed it feel like little scratches. You will pretty much have flawless eyebrows instantly. Slight redness and mild swelling is normal. If you notice any red streaks or sign of infection please seek medical attention immediately, then contact me as soon as possible.

Thing To Avoid Before Procedure

Stop taking ibuprofen, aspirin, retinol, alcohol and blood thinners. Talk to your doctor about stopping any blood thinners. These items can make you bleed a little more. For those who bleed more, you may need more touch-ups as the blood pushes the pigment out during the process.

Plucking, threading & waxing a week before procedure. Stop taking ibuprofen, aspirin, retinol, alcohol and blood thinners 2 weeks before. Talk to your doctor about stopping any blood thinners. If you are currently undergoing chemotherapy you will need to consult with your doctor. If you have one of the listed conditions you will be prohibited from undergoing the procedure.

  • Under 18 years old
  • Severely diabetic
  • Sick with the cold or flu
  • Taking blood thinners
  • Gluacoma
  • Pregnant or Nursing
  • Undergoing chemotherapy (consult with doctor)
  • Major heart problems or have maker
  • Had botox or fillers within the last 2 months
  • Used Accutane within the past year
  • Rentin A
  • Viral infection or diseases
  • Skin irritation near the treatment area
    (acne, rashes, sunburn, etc.)

Thing To Avoid After Procedure

Avoid moisture to your freshly blade brows, which means no sweaty workout or washing your brows until the 5th day! You may experience itching and redness during the first week. Avoid scratching and picking your brows to avoid infection. Mild swelling and slight redness is normal. If you notice any red streaks or sign of infection please seek medical attention immediately, then contact me as soon as possible. Your brow after care ointment can alleviate. The color of your brows will fade 30 to 40 percent. Your brows will be a little dark at first. Your eyebrows will begin to scab and fall off before the crisp hair strokes show up again. It's a little awkward going though this process.Keep the skin clean and dry. No makes up on the brows. Use soap to carefully to wash around the brows. On the 5th day wash your brow gently with soap or water. No saunas, swimming, prolonged sun exposure, tanning, gym, no heavy sweating. Sometimes during the healing process the skin starts to itch like a normal scab. After about 4-6 weeks you should come back for a touch-up appointment.


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