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What is "Microblading" ?

Microblading, (also known as eyebrow embroidery, 3D brows, feather stroke, hair stroke tattoo and microstroking) is a form of permanent make up, done specifically to the eyebrow area, with the purpose of enhancing, reshaping or creating new eyebrows. Microblading is done by implanting pigment in the skin, using a disposable, hand held tool. This pencil like tool has a "blade" tip, made out of very fine needles, and assists a trained artist in making precise and very fine cuts into the skin, resembling eyebrow hair.

It is important to understand that even though microblading fits under the category of permanent cosmetics, because the pigment is placed under the skin and it doesn't washes off, the results are not permanent. The pigment it's placed in the superficial layers of the skin, to ensure precision, and those layers of skin will exfoliate over time, due to normal skin renewal. Also pigment it is designed to fade over time. Fading is desired, because it allows the  artist to make changes in color and shape, over the years, as client's facial features and coloration changes, as well as the fashion  trends change too.


What is "Powder brows"?

Powder brows is a permanent makeup procedure for eyebrows, where the same principles are applied like in microblading, but with powder brows the pigment is applied in the shape of little dots in between the hairs.

This procedure can be done in combination with microblading, for those clients with very little or no eyebrow hair, or on it's own for clients that are satisfied with the overhaul shape of their eyebrows and prefer fuller look.

This procedure gives the illusion that eyebrows are filled in with makeup.

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What is "Lip Blushing"?

Lip blushing is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure, that enhances the natural beauty of the lips , by adding color and definition. 

Lip blushing is a great option for those who are not satisfied with the color of their lips, or have lost volume due to age, or those who want to correct asymmetry. It is also a great option for those looking to enhance the look of their lips without the need for daily makeup application. 

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What is "Nano Brows"?

Nano brows, nano strokes, or feather brows, is a permanent makeup procedure, meant to enhance or define the look of eyebrows.

This procedure involves creating lines/strokes, that resemble eyebrow hair , but unlike microblading that uses a blade, this technique uses a needle and a machine to deposit the pigment under the skin.

Nano brows is the best choice for people with oily skin, who can't retain the strokes created with microblading, but still want the look of feathery eyebrows.

Another advantage of the nano brows procedure is that it implies less trauma to the skin, so the healing process is easier and ensure overall longer lasting results.


What is "permanent jewlery"?

Permanent jewelry is custom made jewelry, fitted perfectly to your size, it has no clasps and it is welded directly on your wrist, ankle, or neckline. That means you can keep it on for a very long time, without worrying that it will get stuck on to your clothes, or that it will scratch. 

Permanent jewelry comes in different styles, and is made from quality materials: sterling silver, or 24 k gold filled. lots of options to choose from.


How long does the microblading procedure takes? What should I expect during  the procedure ?

Microblading is a two step process, 4-6 weeks apart. It is important to complete both steps, the initial treatment and touch up, to ensure optimal results.

First treatment takes 2.5 to 3 hours, to complete and during this time you can expect the following: -

  • consultation, when we discuss your eyebrows desired look, go over your medical history and complete forms.

  • take before pictures 

  • clean and disinfect eyebrow area 

  • draw your eyebrow shape and seek your approval

  • choose ideal color 

  • numb the area 

  • proceed with the treatment

  • take after pictures 

  • discuss after care instructions.

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