What is the difference between Microblading and Powder Brows?admin2020-07-24T08:50:59+00:00
Microblading is a manual technique which individual hair strokes are drawn in the skin and is more natural while Powder brows is a performed with a machine providing a make up look.
Does it hurt?admin2020-07-24T08:51:14+00:00
The pain is described from some women as several hairs being tweezed at once, it is relatively minor and will only be felt for the first 15-20 minutes of the procedure, a numbing cream will then be applied.
Why do I need a touch up?admin2020-07-24T08:51:31+00:00
Due to several different skin types and lifestyles, people heal differently, a touch up is required to adjust the color and thickness by adding more strokes to reach the client’s satisfaction.
Is it permanent?admin2020-07-24T08:51:49+00:00
Although the pigment will always be in your skin, the pigment will fade over the years if not touched up.
Are there any restrictions?admin2020-07-24T08:52:05+00:00
Yes, the following cannot have the procedure done; if you’re pregnant or nursing, undergoing chemotherapy (consult your doctor), using blood thinners, have skin conditions such as Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne), if you had botox, laser or facials done in the past month.
What are the pre care instructions?admin2020-07-24T08:52:36+00:00
Prior to the start of your appointment, avoid alcohol, aspirin, ibuprofen, also avoid any vitamins 7 days prior, these products have the effect of thinning your blood. Avoid tanning to allow your natural skin tone to avoid the pigment to heal grayish.
How long does take to heal?admin2020-07-24T08:52:52+00:00
Approximately 10 days. During that time, any redness will fade and the initial darkness of the brows will have lightened. For the touch up appointment, it is required to wait at least 4 weeks, so the skin can heal fully.
How do you know what color to use?admin2020-07-24T08:53:07+00:00
The color of the pigment is chosen based on your existing eyebrow hair. Also considering your skin tone.
How do you decide the shape?admin2020-07-24T08:53:28+00:00
Every shape is designed using the golden ratio, it is strictly based off of each client’s facial structure to ensure the correct size and dimensions. There are no pre made moulds.
I have previous permanent makeup can I have Microblading done?admin2020-07-24T08:53:46+00:00
Yes. However, a free consultation will be needed to properly evaluate the right procedure and technique on case by case basis.
Please make sure you read the following instructions to assure the best results for your procedure.
It is very important to refrain from all alcohol, aspirin, or aspirin products, such as blood thinners.
Please refrain from Ibuprofen and Aleve for 24 hours prior to your appointment.
The only product for aches and pain that will not make you bleed is Tylenol.
Also refrain from Vitamin E and fish oil capsules for 7 days prior to your application.
You must discontinue use of these products a week or 10 days before and for a month after the treatment.
* RetinA / Retinols
* Anti-aging creams
* Glycolic, salicylic or lactic acid products
* Mild acne creams
* Brow or lash growth serums.
ALL of these make you bleed excessively. Excessive bleeding during the procedure will negatively affect the longevity of your semi-permanent makeup application. In some cases, the application will need to be prematurely stopped.
Please avoid energy drinks & coffee for up to 24 hours prior to your appointment. Not having caffeine in your system will help you to relax much more easily, as well as help to relax the facial muscles in the areas we will be working on.
Do not use any Retin-A, Glycolic Acids, Peroxide, Neosporin while healing
Do not scrub or pick your eyebrows.
Do not expose area to sun or tanning beds! Must use hat if in the sun.
Avoid any facials ,swimming, whirlpools or sauna for 10 days.
Do not exercise the first 5 days. No heavy sweating !
No make-up on the eyebrows!
Do not tint eyebrows for the next 10 days.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF PIGMENTS.