Don’t underestimate the drastic difference that full, lush eyebrows can have on your overall facial appearance! Paper-thin eyebrows are not as common as they once were, as more and more people are opting to achieve a full, bushy look. This is where eyebrow microblading can help! Eyebrow microblading is a treatment to restore those lush full eyebrows you’ve always wanted, without all of the work of growing out your eyebrows or filling them in on a daily basis.
Microblading is a new semi-permanent makeup technique that fills brows in, darkens or reshapes them by drawing (etching in) tiny strokes that look like individual hairs. Microblading is different from tattoos because, instead of a needle, a small blade is used to manually draw hair-like strokes onto the skin. The results look completely natural and those around you won’t be able to notice a difference. Microblading is semi-permanent because the ink is not pushed as deeply into the skin as a traditional tattoo. On average, microblading will last 18-24 months and we recommend a touch-up every 9-12 months. *If you have previous tattoo/ microblading done in your eyebrows please email us a photo of your brows without any makeup so we can assess.
Before and After
Virtual Consultation and FAQ’s
*If you have previous tattoo/ microblading done in your eyebrows please email me back a photo of your brows without any makeup so I can assess.
How long does the appointment take?
How long does it last?
Do I have to get it redone from scratch or do I get touch ups?
Does it hurt?
What is the aftercare and how will I look?
What if I don’t like it?
During the appointment the process is very interactive. You have the mirror in your lap the whole time and I ask multiple questions before starting so I can give you the best brow for your personal style. Also, it is done in phases, or passes as I like to call them, so it slowly builds on itself and you can see after each pass. Nothing happens without your approval and no one has ever jumped up and left the room half finished, so no need to worry about “not liking it” since we do it together.