This is the process of infusing pigment into the skin to simulate the appearance of natural hair. It is considered a tattoo, and permanent makeup. Although it is considered permanent makeup, it does fade over time. Touch ups are suggested once a year in order to keep the color fresh and shape precise.
Microblading is meant to be a natural enhancement, and to create the appearance of full, beautiful brows. It looks most natural on clients who already have semi full brow hair, and are wanting to perfect their shape. The more hair you have, the more natural it will appear.
Microblading heals best on young, healthy skin that is normal-dry.
Oily skin and aging/thin skin is not recommended for microblading. Results will not heal as well, or look as natural. If you have aging or oily skin, you are better suited for a combination or ombre brow!
Ombre Powder Brows
Ombre brows are a fully shaded brow. With pigment darker/more saturated at the tails and softer towards the fronts. Ombre brows give the effect of brows that have been filled in with makeup. They can be as soft or as dramatic as you'd like. Ombre is a great option for those with large pores, oily skin, mature skin types, or those with preexisting brow work.
Tooth Gems are a semi-permanent jewelry for your teeth. Gems are applied similarly to braces using a dental grade UV cured adhesive. Typically Tooth Gems can last 6 months to several years and can be removed any time at your regular dental cleaning. Tooth Gems are non invasive and do not require any drilling.
This is the process of infusing pigment into the skin to simulate the appearance of filled in brows. When we microblade, we only add hair stokes to the brows to make them look full and natural. If you prefer a more “filled in” look, this is for you! A combination brow combines microblading strokes with shading, giving the brows more density and a soft ombre effect. This is a beautiful look for all skin types (including oily/aging skin), and heals very soft and beautiful.
Semi permanent freckles are made to fade gradually over time. All the fun of natural freckles without the risk of sun damage!
Saline Tattoo Lightening
A gradual removal technique to lighten previous permanent makeup procedures. Saline removal is often less traumatic to the skin and more affordable than laser removal. Is only suitable for removing brow pigment and not meant for any other permanent makeup procedures. Depending on the saturation of your pigment, several sessions of saline lightening may be required
*picture to the left does not demonstrate saline lightening*