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Microblading is a type of semi-permanent make-up, where through the manual process of inserting pigment into the upper layers of skin, the desired fullness and design of the eyebrows is created. A small hand tool with tiny needles is used, as opposed to a tattoo machine used in traditional tattoos or other cosmetic tattooing. This service requires a touch up appointment, which is included.
Ombre Powder Brows are a type of semi-permanent make-up, where a small, pen-like tattoo machine is used to insert pigment into the skin. We create the desired fullness and design of the eyebrows. The Ombre brow requires a special technique to create a misty, powder filled brow similar to the look of make-up. The tails of the brow are darker, and fade into a light start to the brow, giving that perfect ombre makeup affect! This service requires a touch up service, which is included.
Powder brows are a type of semi-permanent make-up style. Using a pen-like hand held tattoo machine, a soft dusting of color is dispersed throughout your eyebrows. Giving the appearance of a make-up, similar to the ombre brow, but without the lighter front and top.
This 30 minute appointment will determine if you are a good candidate for the service you wish to have. In this appointment, you will have all of your questions about semi-permanent make-up answered and be given a detailed explanation of the process.
*Virtual consultations will be given due to COVID-19 Pandemic
A super fine line amongst your eyelashes creating the appearance of fuller, darker lashes. (Upper lash line only)
Some people feel both upper and lower eyeliner suits their needs best. You can get a strong line with dusty edges, and just dust the lower eyelash line, or have a more defined lower line. The choice is yours.
A blended lip line around your lips. Similar to a lip liner but softer, more subtle and blended.
Solid, pigment packed beautiful lips!
The saline method utilizes traditional tattoo equipment that is commonly used to introduce pigment in the skin. Instead of pigment, the saline method injects a saline solution into the skin that creates osmosis: the water within the skin is attracted to the salt in the open skin, which pushes the pigment particles to the surface of the skin, creating a scab and sloughs off.
While the efficacy of other methods may be limited by the age of the tattoo or the pigments used, the Saline Method can remove both old and new tattoos regardless of pigments used. This method is also effective on amateur and professional grade tattoos and permanent makeup. Additionally, since the saline method does not rely on destruction of skin layers, the risk of scarring is considerably lower than more traditional methods.
This technique may take more than one session to achieve desired lightening.