It doesn't matter if you like them arched and feathered, or straight and bold, eyebrows are arguably the most important facial feature. If you're not satisfied with the ones you have, there now is a very natural option that delivers semi-permanent results. I would like to introduce you to microblading. Microblading is more of an eyebrow embroidery, done through a series of fine strokes that look just like real hairs. During the process I use a unique microblading pen to create individual strokes one by one. It's a meticulous process that takes around two hours to complete. Waking up every morning with beautiful brows will be worth it.
What to Expect During and After a Microblading Procedure
The first hour I will be outlining the shape with removable pencil. That’s the longest part and the most important step. During this time, the best customized shape for every client is chosen. This process cannot be rushed.
Before the microblading begins, a topical numbing cream is applied to the area to minimize discomfort, followed by a liquid anesthetic. Some clients may feel a slight discomfort, but it's relatively painless.
The best part about having this done is you walk out the door with beautiful brows and minimal maintenance. Brows may look darker and crisp at first but as the pigment softens during the healing process. They will fade 30/40% over the first 4 weeks. Thats why choosing a slightly darker color is ok as it fades during healing. That is why we wait at least 4 weeks for the final strokes to be laid down so they are fully healed.
We will have a planned appointment for you to come back 4-6 weeks after your first session when your brows have healed for your final touch up to prefect them. You most likely will only need a touch up once a year to maintain your new eyebrows.
Please note: Long term results may vary depending on clients skin type, sun exposure, health, exfoliants, texture of skin and iron deficiency. I am confident in creating beautiful brows but its up to your skin to retain the semi permanent pigment deposited into your skin.
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