FAQ

Permanent makeup is long lasting makeup that stays on for about a year and half or two years depending on your skin type, skin care routine, and your lifestyle.
After that time, you have the option boost color to maintain optimum results.

Microblading is a form of permanent makeup. It is ideal for people who have patchy, uneven, or nonexistent eyebrows due to over-plucking or medical conditions.

Microblading implants pigment via tiny etches in the skin which resemble fine hair strokes. This gives you an incredibly naturalistic look of thicker, fuller-looking eyebrows. 😍

Is not as painful as having a regular tattoo. Some people have described the sensation as similar to having their eyebrows plucked.
A local anesthetic is used to numb the area before and during the procedure to keep you comfortable.

Pigments are not implanted into the skin as deep as traditional tattoos, and will naturally fade over time.
It lasts for about a year and half or two years depending on your skin type, skin care routine, and your lifestyle. After that time, you have the option boost color to maintain optimum results.

There is no downtime; however, the skin might be reddish for few hours after the procedure. The color directly after the process is about 10-40% darker then the final result.

During the healing period the brows will take about one week to fully heal. After-care procedures should be carefully followed. The final color of the treated area will be visible after 3-4 weeks.

The session will last about 2-3 hours. During this session, your face will be measured carefully to determine the ideal brow shape for your individual bone structure. The shape will be drawn on carefully and measured again for symmetry, and all hair outside of the new shape will be removed.

I will then formulate the perfect pigment color to match your existing brow or hair color before the treatment begins.

The touch-up session is recommended 4-12 weeks after your first appointment only if needed. This session takes 1 hour and is $100.
 
Many people confuse Ombré with Microblading so it is certainly important to distinguish between the two. This style is recommended for people with oily or mature skin and for some corrections. It is a great option for those who try to achieve fashionable powder eyebrow makeup effect. It can be done with a manual tool or machine.
It means no more pulling and stretching the oh-so-fragile skin around your eyes! It’s is a wonderful way to define and enhance the shape and natural beauty of your eyes.

Smudge proof and water proof!

Essentially, I use a special machine with your desired liner color to place pigment beneath the upper layer of skin between and/or around your lashes.
You may experience some pain and/or discomfort. Everyone has a different level of sensitivity so topical anesthetics are applied before and during the treatment to alleviate any pain/discomfort.
The first session takes about 1 hour. This involves paperwork, after-care instructions, mapping, anesthetic, and the actual procedure. A touch-up is recommended 6 weeks after the initial session. This time frame allows for full healing and for your eyeliner color to set in. When you return for the touch-up session, we will go over the liner, fill in any patchiness, and make adjustments to your liking.
 
The procedure takes roughly about two hours, sometimes more sometimes less. Please allow a solid 3-hour window for your appointment. I likely won’t need that much time, but this isn’t something I want to rush.
 
Yes! After 6 weeks a touch-up is recommended because everyone heals differently and outcome will vary.
Some areas may not pick up pigment as desired during the first session and will need to be refilled. Pigment color and eyeliner shape may also be adjusted during this session.
There is minimal downtime with this procedure! Over the first few days, slight swelling and redness tend to subside, and your eyeliner will appear thicker and darker than when healed. Your eyeliner may look likes it’s coming off in flakes or peeling, but don’t worry! It’s just a part of the healing process.
The complete healing process takes about 10 days, and you will see the true color and shape of your eyeliner after two weeks.
Permanent eyeliner lasts anywhere from 2-3 years depending on factors such as skin type and daily routine.