Microblading is a semi-permanent form of cosmetic tattooing. But unlike traditional tattoos, which use a tattoo gun, Microblading uses a blade-shaped tool with a row of tiny, barely visible needles to create hair-like strokes along your brows while depositing pigment into your skin. The result? Realistic-looking brow hairs that can create almost any look, ranging from very natural to beautifully bold.
The up to 2 hour session includes a brow consultation to decide what shape and color are best, the actual service itself for which the brow area is cleaned and numbed, and aftercare ointment to help with healing.
Due to the pigment fading over time, it is recommended to have a touch up done every 1-2 years to maintain results.
Ombré brow, also known as powder brow, is a semi-permanent brow technique for clients who prefer fuller result than hairstrokes but still very soft. The beginning of the brow is light and subtle, gradually darkening as the color moves toward the tail of the brow, giving a perfect Ombré makeup affect.
The results are waterproof, smudge-proof, completely natural, and last approximately 2-3 years.
Microshading is almost like a hybrid between Ombré and Microblading. But unlike microblading, microshading does not tattoo full strokes along the brow line, but rather small points to “shade” in sparse areas. Instead of creating the illusion of individual hairs, microshading fills in the entire brow with light pigmentation through the use of a fine tipped needle.
Usually, microshading lasts up to 1 to 3 years, although you'll need a touch-up or maintenance session every 6 to 8 months.