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Permanent Makeup Eyebrows

   Lasting non-surgical enhancements to brows  

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Microblading: is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure that enhances and shapes eyebrows. Using a handheld tool, tiny hair-like strokes are etched into the skin, mimicking natural hair growth. The result is beautifully defined eyebrows that last for years.

Microshading: known as Powder/Ombre Brows/Combo Brows

The artist inserts PMU pigments into the top layers of the skin with a tattoo machine designed using the dotting technique, or pixelization.

Combo Brows: using microblading and shading techniques, this procedure enhances the appearance of eyebrows, giving them a fuller and more natural look. Say goodbye to daily eyebrow maintenance and enjoy flawless brows around the clock.

 

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A good candidate for permanent makeup eyebrows includes:

  1. Individuals with sparse or thin eyebrows, gaps and sparse brow hair.

  2. People with over-plucked or uneven eyebrows: If you have excessively plucked your eyebrows or they are naturally uneven

  3. Those with medical conditions: Permanent makeup can be beneficial for individuals with medical conditions such as alopecia or trichotillomania, where hair loss in the eyebrow area is common. It provides a solution for those who have difficulty growing natural brows.

  4. Busy individuals: People with hectic lifestyles who want to save time in their daily makeup routine can benefit from permanent makeup eyebrows. It eliminates the need for daily eyebrow makeup application, as the pigment remains intact for an extended period.

Contraindications 

  1. Pregnant or breastfeeding women

  2. Diabetes

  3. Allergies or sensitivities: If you have a history of severe allergic reactions or sensitivities to tattoo ink or topical numbing agents.

  4. Skin conditions or infections: Active skin infections, such as eczema, psoriasis, or dermatitis in the eyebrow area. It is essential to have healthy skin before undergoing the procedure.

  5. Blood clotting disorders or medications: Individuals with bleeding disorders or those taking blood-thinning medications may be at a higher risk of excessive bleeding or bruising during the procedure.

  6. Recent facial cosmetic procedures: If you have recently undergone facial cosmetic procedures such as Botox, dermal fillers, or chemical peels, it is advisable to wait until you have fully healed before considering permanent makeup eyebrows. This allows the skin to recover and minimizes the risk of complications.

FAQ,s

Q: What is permanent makeup?

A: Permanent makeup, also known as micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing, is a technique that involves depositing pigments into the skin to enhance or mimic the appearance of makeup. It can be used for eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner, and even to recreate the look of areolas after breast reconstruction.

 

Q: How is permanent makeup applied?

A: The process involves using a specialized tattooing device that inserts pigments into the upper layers of the skin. The procedure is performed by a trained technician or a permanent makeup artist.

 

Q: Does permanent makeup fade over time?

A: Yes, permanent makeup will fade over time. The pigments used are designed to gradually break down and fade, so the color may lighten or change over the years. Factors such as sun exposure, skin type, and individual metabolism can affect the longevity of the results.

 

Q: Is permanent makeup painful?

A: The level of discomfort experienced during the procedure varies from person to person. Some individuals may feel mild discomfort or a slight stinging sensation, while others may find it more uncomfortable. Topical anesthetics are often applied to minimize any potential pain or discomfort.

 

Q: How long does permanent makeup last?

A: The longevity of permanent makeup varies depending on several factors, including the area treated, the type of pigments used, and individual skin characteristics. Generally, it can last between 1 to 5 years before requiring a touch-up or color refreshment.

 

Q: Are there any risks or side effects associated with permanent makeup?

A: As with any tattooing procedure, there are potential risks involved. These can include infection, allergic reactions to pigments, scarring, and dissatisfaction with the results. Choosing a reputable and experienced professional to minimize these risks is essential.

 

Q: How should I prepare for a permanent makeup procedure?

A: Prior to the procedure, it is recommended to consult with the technician or artist to discuss your expectations and any concerns you may have. They may provide specific instructions on how to prepare, which may include avoiding certain medications or substances that can thin the blood.

Q: If I have previously done permanent makeup and I don't like it what are my options

A:  For unwanted permanent eyebrows we recommend removal, (saline solution is safes for your skin) All depends 

how saturated is the color. In many cases color correction may be done. 

*All procedures require two appointments 4-10 weeks apart. Follow up visit is booked at the same day.

*A Nonrefundable, Nontransferable (NO EXEPTIONS) $100 registration fee (liquidated damages) is required at every appointment booking to secure your date and time.

*All Registration fees are not credited towards your appointments

***Prices are subject to change at any time without previous notice

Paramedical tattoo services like scar, skin, stretchmarks camouflage, areola nipple tattoo, hair micropigmentation prices are given upon consultation

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