Microblading is a technique that creates very fine lines or strokes to replicate the look of real hairs. Manually applied with single use sterile microblades. The size and thickness of the blades can determine how the hair stroke will look. For a client with excessively oily skin, this technique will result in a soft powder stroke. Dry skin types tend to heal with more crisp defined results.
If you are a client who does not normally fill in their brows with makeup and you are looking for a very natural look, this technique is great. If you are used to filling in your brows, we would highly recommend Hybrid Brows as microblading may not be enough color for you.
Microblading is ideal for normal to dry skin types.
Powder Brows are meant to create a diffused powder look much like make up.
They are also referred to as Ombre, Airbrushed, Stardust eyebrows
They do not incorporate hair strokes and are best for clients that desire a fuller looking brow or for those that have existing brow hair but want to add base color. This technique is NOT the same as solid 'block tattoo' eyebrows.
This technique is ideal for all skin types.
This innovative technique combines machine shading with manual microbladed hair strokes to create a multidimensional looking brow. Hybrid Brows are a great choice for clients that are used to filling in their eyebrows most days with makeup. Clients who are used to makeup will find that microblading alone is not enough impact and will continue to add makeup for added drama.
This technique is acceptable on all skin types.
Henna brows are a form of eyebrows 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 a natural dye made from a plant known as hina or the henna tree
Brow lamination is basically a perm for your eyebrows, as it gives them a set, uniform shape for an extended period of time. Instead of curls, a setting lotion helps brow hair stay brushed up and lifted upward for about six weeks.
Keep in mind that tattooed freckles aren't actually permanent. Because they're created using the same pigment that's used for eyebrow microblading, the ink will only stay in your skin for one to three years, with nose freckles fading the slowest due to a lack of fat in the area.