Eyebrows Permanent Makeup

EYEBROWS MICROBLAING HAIR FEATHERING STROKE TECHNIQUE

PERMANENT MAKE UP

Also sometimes known as Microblading or Micro-Blading, the Feather Hair-Strokes Technique is the newest revolutionary 3-D effect for permanent make-up eyebrows, and is great for filling in sparse areas of the brows to naturally blend with your own hair.  It’s perfect for brows that have been tweezed too much and won’t grow back.  The Feather Hair-Stroke design gives a nice, soft, natural appearance that looks like real hair.  This technique takes precision and advanced training to perfect, and should only be done by a qualified trained permanent make-up artist.

If you’ve had previous permanent make-up that has become dull and faded, then adding new Feather Hair-strokes on top of that old flat color will give you new definition and a 3-D effect.

There are various techniques that can be employed to create a natural eyebrow design.  During your consultation, we will look at your eyebrows and come up with the perfect design and symmetry to suit your face shape and specific needs.  Proper placement of your brows can ensure you’ll enjoy a more vibrant fresh face appearance for many years to come.

What is the difference between Brow Feather Hair Strokes & MicroBlading?

They are both applications of eyebrow embroidery, and produce similar results; however, they generally differ by technique.
Brow Feather Hair Strokes is permanent eyebrow tattooing, micropigmentation, or semi-permanent makeup method. This method is done with a digital machine. The color is implanted deeper into the skin-known as the dermal layer. It lasts longer than Microblading/Eyebrow Embroidery method. Micropigmentation only needs to be refreshed every 2 to 5 years, sometimes longer. The skin does take slightly longer to heal being that is was done with a digital pen; therefore, the treated area needs aftercare ointment for approximately a week.
Microblading is a manual method of tattooing. It is considered to be semi-permenant, as compared to the traditional hair-stroke techniques done with a machine. It is done using a very fine blade (or multiple needles in line working together as a blade) to deposit pigments into the dermis. Since it is more superficial, the procedure is more tolerable and the clients usually do not need topical anesthetic. On the down side, a reapplication is usually desired every 6 to 18 months.

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