Eyebrow Treatments: MIcroblading, Henna, Ombré Brows and More
Microblading is a modern method of a manual filling eyelashes using a special blade by creating the illusion of hairs to eyebrows that look identical to natural ones. This type of eyebrows is the next best thing to tattoo!
Microblading is the hottest new Permanent Makeup treatment! This technique is perfect for beginners and experienced professionals as it is easy to learn and cheap to set up. Microblading is carried out by using a specialist manual hand-tool, which holds disposable micro blades. The required pigment is deposited into the epidermis very carefully with the micro-blade, which allows the technician to create super fine crisp hair strokes either with or without the use of color pigments.
Microblading is the finest semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo cosmetic that replicates the hairs one by one with a tiny blade. This technique saturates each hair individually resulting in both natural-looking and highly defined eyebrows. Microblading leaves your brows looking very natural and shapely with colour as soft or intense as you like it. This medical grade procedure is great for those are looking to define or reshape their current eyebrows; microblading will give a new look to your eyes making them lively and awake.
How long does Microblading Last?
The procedure includes a consultation, microblading procedure, and aftercare instructions.
Many factors can affect how long your microblading treatment lasts on your eyebrows:
- Typically results for a microblading treatment last anywhere from 1-3 years
- Factors that may last longevity include skin type, color, pigments used, as well as environmental factors like sun exposure and exposure to the elements
- Touch-ups can extend the length of your results; most clients come back within a calendar year to make sure their brows are in tip top shape!
Powder Brows are a safer and more natural alternative to the permanent makeup procedure microblading. Microblading involves depositing pigment into the skin with a handheld tool, while powder brows uses a machine to implant a semi-permanent tattoo. Powder Brows creates a fuller and more natural looking brow with less trauma to the skin and fewer touch ups needed over time.
Powder brows are permanent makeup just for your eyebrows. Their unique shading technique creates a variegated, natural and soft shadow that will leave you with beautifully defined brows. Powder Brows brow tattoos last from 1 – 2 years and are perfect for all occasions; everyday wear, special or even exotic events.
- No latex
- No silicone
- No paraffin wax
- Safest way to cover up or correct brows
- Maintain them at home
- Flexibility in their positioning
Instagram eyebrows – ombré brows – are a series of many fine dots that vary in concentration. Each tiny dot is hand placed ensuring its location perfectly matches your natural hair pattern, after numerous applications, to create a feather-light result with our special process.
The ombré brows technique uses a machine to create pixelated dots that create a powder-like, shaded brow look that starts light at the front of your brows and transitions to being darker at the ends.
Not only will this instantly change your look, but it’s something that you can keep up with and maintain at home, so you don’t have to go back on a schedule.
Use our Ombre Powder coloring method to fill in brows with semi-permanent pigments. You will need a touch up at approximately 12-18 months, depending on your own body chemistry and lifestyle. The color is stronger, more intense initially than the hair stroke technique. This gives the brows fuller definition and darker, more dramatic results.
Combination Brows give great texture and definition by adding Platinum Microblading to
Powder Brows or Ombré Brows.
Pixlelblading uses a revolutionary type of blade, the Nano Pixel Blade which allows an artist to embed pigment without slicing or cutting the client’s skin.
This blade features two lengths of blades that allow the artist to tap pigment into skin allowing for a pixelated appearance. The shorter blade length acts as a type of barrier to help prevent the blade from puncturing too deeply into the client’s skin.
Using this patent-pending blade allows for the creation of “pixel strokes” that mimic the look of natural hair strokes similar to that of microblading techniques without over damage to the skin.
Pixelshading uses a revolutionary type of blade, the Pixel Shading Blade which allows an artist to embed pigment without slicing or cutting the client’s skin.
Using this patent-pending blade allows for the creating of “Pixelshading” that mimics the look of shading similar to that of micro-shading techniques without over damage to the skin.