What Exactly Is
Powder brows is a cosmetic semi permanent makeup technique designed to create eyebrows with soft powder effect, very similar to powder makeup. The powder effect is created by using a shading technique and a permanent make up device, similar to a tattoo gun.
This technique is achieved with a manual blade to create hair-like strokes. It blends with your existing brow hair and is most compatible with normal to dry skin. Can be applied on oily skin, but may have a shorter pigment retention rate and strokes may not heal as crisps. Last up to 18 months depending on the skin type and lifestyle.
Powder Brows are created with a micropigmentation machine and it is recommended for customers that want a soft or darker ombre makeup look. This procedure is also recommended for customers that are not good candidates for microblading due to either previous permanent makeup, large pores or oily skin.
Combo Brows technique is performed manually with a microblading pen. It is a perfect way to give your microbladed eyebrows a thicker, bolder makeup look. It is normally done on top of your microbladed eyebrows. When done in combination with microblading, the treatment is often referred to as combo-brows. Manual shading is a semi-permanent technique like microblading.
Eyeliner is a Permanent Cosmetic makeup also called Tattooed Eyeliner. Micro-droplets of colored pigments are inserted between your lashes and under the skin with a manual tool. This process may be done over several passes, or it may even be done over several appointments to monitor the color absorption. A numbing cream will be applied to reduce discomfort. The tattoo eyeliner color and shape is customized to your preference. The suggestion is to keep permanent eyeliner as simple and natural as possible.
Lip blush is a semi-permanent makeup treatment that enhances the natural color of the lips. Lip blushing technique gives a soft lip tint effect, rather than a full-on, opaque lipstick look. The most prominent difference between lip blushing and the traditional lip tattoo, is the fact that there is no distinctive contouring lip blushing. The desired result is a soft tint, a blurred effect that looks luminous and with no sharp contour.
This technique is designed to remove tattoo and permanent makeup (PMU) ink pigments from the body. This method works much like having the original tattoo and PMU, but instead of ink it uses a specially formulated chemical that bonds with the original tattoo and PMU ink to draw it to the surface of the skin. The removal formula is implanted into the skin using a hand held tool. There is minimal to no down time or scabbing and brow make up can be worn within 24 hours of the procedure.
Henna brows are a form of eyebrow tinting that is used to stain the skin beneath the brow hairs. The purpose of this is to cast a shadow or create an illusion of depth and fullness in the area, visually filling in any sparseness. Henna is natural dye made from a plant known as hina or the henna tree.
How long does a henna brow treatment last?
Henna brow treatments often claim to stain the skin for up to two weeks and dye the hair up to six weeks.
Inkless Stretch Mark Revision
A method of treating the stretch mark scars with a vitamin serum prior to, or perhaps instead of, camouflage tattooing.
The vitamin serum is absorbed by the skin after needling with a rotary tattoo machine.
Combined with needling, the serum uses the body’s natural healing response to make stretch marks less noticeable.
Permanent jewelry is the hottest new trend! What is it? Simply put, it’s claspless jewelry. Instead of using a clasp, the two ends are welded together to create a timeless piece that’s custom fit just for you!
Sterling Silver Permanent Jewelry
Gold Filled Permanent Jewelry
Solid 14k Gold (white and yellow) Permanent Jewelry
What Our Clients Say
It takes approximately 7-14 days for the brows to heal over, and about 1 month for the color to fully set in.
If it is performed properly, microblading should last anywhere between 18 and 24 months. Once pigment from the procedure begins to noticeably fade, you’ll need to come back for a “touch-up” application. Touch-ups can be necessary every six months or every year, depending on your skin type and preferred look.
We use a topical anesthetic so there is very little discomfort. In fact, many clients fall asleep during the treatment!
The cost of a touch up depends on the length of time since your previous treatment. The longer the time, the more pigment has likely faded, the more work needs to be done to touch up your brows. We will review all pricing with you in your consultation! 🙂
You will have very clear instructions for aftercare, which is essential in the healing process in order to achieve the best results. There are certain limitations regarding sun exposure, sweating, going in a pool, etc. for a brief time after the treatment.