beautiful & natural brows
what is microblading?
Wake up each morning to perfect, smudge-free eyebrows! Eyebrow transformations take 2.5 hours and normally lasts 18 months to 3 years. Microbladed brows save clients time & provide added confidence knowing you are putting your best face forward.
Microbladed brows or microblading is a form of semi-permanent makeup that is much more natural looking than older traditional permanent makeup procedures. It is much more realistic and more natural compared to previous permanent makeup brow enhancements.
The first step is an informal consultation to get a sense of exactly what look you want to achieve and set a game plan on how to get there. Not everyone is a good candidate for Microbladed brows. We go over all the basics, including the paperwork, discuss post-treatment care, and answer any and all questions so you are comfortable and understand the entire process. We then book your appointment date.
The second phase is the actual appointment. We recommend wearing no makeup for this procedure. Much of this appointment is composed of the artist measuring, drawing your ideal brow shape with a wax pencil, taking pictures prior, selecting your ideal color, etc. The actual procedure doesn’t start until the client has the exact shape, color, and style drawn out. After the initial microbladed brow session is complete and healed, each stroke appears to be just another natural hair strand. Again, the goal is for clean natural looking brows.
Microblading inserts a few layers deep into the skin and is designed to fade over time. This allows the client and artist the opportunity to reshape and change pigment color over time as the client’s face ages and changes to ensure you always have the best coloring & style for your face. Each person’s skin is different and longevity of the treatment varies by client depending on numerous factors of the skin. Some clients get touch-ups every 14-16 months where we can add some color back in when fading starts. Click here for full aftercare instructions and more information.