The cost of the treatments includes one FREE touch-up within 4-6 weeks of initial procedure. I strongly suggest that all clients schedule a follow-up appointment. The touch-up appointment is intended to fill in any areas that may have been discolored during healing process. Final results cannot be determined until follow-up touch-up appointment is completed. Pigment retention depends on skin, type, age, aftercare, sun exposure and other factors. Annual touch-ups are recommended to prevent natural fading.
Immediately after the treatment the color will appear darker than it will eventually be. This is because the pigment takes around seven days to enter the deeper layers of the skin. After 7 to 10 days exfoliation will take place. The top layer of the skin will peel off leaving a softer color below. The result is an natural looking enhancement. As the treated area heals some itching may occur. This is a good sign.
Microblading 3D Eyebrows
MICROBLADING: IT IS COMMON TO HAVE SOME AREAS FADE MORE THAN OTHERS AND TO PUSH (LOOSE) SOME PIGMENT THE FIRST TIME. THIS IS PART OF THE HEALING PROCESS, SOME STROKES WILL APPEAR TO BE GONE BUT MORE OFTEN THAN NOT THEY WILL RESURFACE AS THEY OXIDIZE. WEEK 3 SEEMS TO BE THE ‘SWEET SPOT’ TO HAVE THE STROKES APPEAR AGAIN.
Depending on the drawing technique microblading creates an individual look for each eyebrow. So called 3D eyebrows do not appear as a tattoo.
This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows. The results are natural looking, hair-like strokes, regardless of the amount of hair present. People suffering from alopecia or any other condition that causes hair loss benefit greatly from Microblading, as well as people who simply aren’t happy with their eyebrows. If you have over-plucked your brows, have a scar running through your brow that makes your eyes/face appear sad, angry, permanently surprised etc. then you are a perfect candidate for this semi-permanent procedure!
How Is Microblading different From Permanent Cosmetics?
Microblading (or eyebrow embroidery) is a relatively new, manual method. It is considered to be semi-permanent, as compared to the traditional hairstroke technique done by machine. It is done using a very fine blade to deposit pigments into the epidermis. Because the color is closer to the surface, the strokes appear crisp and very fine. There is no “spilling” under the skin.
The difference to ordinary permanent make-up is that Microblading is not done by a machine. The pigments are manually placed into the skin. As with the handle of the machine the Microblading manual pen is equipped with sterile packaged blades (“slope” style, in U-shape or curvy.) The blade glides with gentle pressure over the skin and causes a fine cut. The cut is as fine as a paper-cut and you can hardly distinguish it from real hair.
Microblading Might Not Be For You If….
You are pregnant or nursing, hormones do funny things to our bodies and the chances of your tattoo lasting are much lower
You like the ‘done up’ look even when you are not wearing any other makeup. This procedure is meant to make you look youthful aka natural full brow, not give you what is affectionately known in the beauty industry as “Instagram brows”
You have taken Acutane in the past year
You are diabetic
You are on chemotherapy (consult a doctor)
You have a viral infection or disease
You have epilepsy
You have a pacemaker or have a major heart problems
You’ve had an organ transplant
You have skin irritations or Psoriasis near treated area
You are sick (cold, flu, etc.)
You’ve had Botox in the past 2 weeks
You have oily skin (results cannot be guaranteed and will vary significantly)
You had or plan on having chemical peel within 60 days of the procedure
Is It Safe?
o For each client, a new, single use blade is used
o I meet strict hygiene standards in compliance with all relevant legislative requirements
What Happens During The Appointment?
o First I consult with you about your wishes and evaluate the condition of your eyebrows
o Then some initial drawing of brow outlines are made on your face and corrected until you are fully satisfied with the results
o We take photographs of the eyebrows and digitally check the symmetry
o We match the color pigment to your hair color and skin tone
o Thanks to some numbing cream the procedure is almost painless and the redness disappears in a day
o The initial procedure takes about 2 hours and the touchup about 1 hour
How Long Will It Last?
o The durability of the pigment depends mostly on the skin type and life style (exposure to sun, cosmetic procedures, general health, etc.)
o The results of microblading can last 1 to 3 years
o About 4-6 weeks after the procedure, the client comes in for a check-up and a touch-up (included in the price)
o A touch-up once a year is recommended to retain the saturation of pigment
So Why Microblading?
o Because every hair on the missing part of your eyebrow is drawn individually, which makes the eyebrows look as natural as possible
o Because you are fed up with filling up your eyebrows with a pencil every day
o Because you want to look natural and put together even when you wake up, relax on holidays or exercise
o Because the final look is adapted to your hair color, skin tone and the direction of your eyebrow hair growth
o Because your face will look more youthful and brighter while you will be more confident
We can lighten Sunspots and Age spots over several sessions. Cherry Angioma also known as senile angiomas or Campbell de Morgan spots. They are usually found on people aged over 30 and older. The broken blood vessels inside a cherry angioma give them a redish appearance.
Warts are benign (not cancerous) skin growths that appear when a virus infects the top layer of the skin. Warts are contagious. Warts can spread by contact with the wart or something that touched the wart. Warts are often skin-colored and feel rough, but they can be dark (brown or gray-black), flat, and smooth.
Skin tags are harmless growths on the skin that can vary in number. They are usually the same color as your skin or slightly darker. These tiny pieces of tissue are composed of blood vessels and a type of protein fiber called collagen. They project from the surrounding skin on a thin or thick stalk. While most skin tags are small, pinhead-sized bumps, they may become as large as a grape.
Skin tags can develop on any part of the body, but they are most commonly grow on areas of high friction or areas that are commonly rubbed, such as:
Milia are commonly found on the skin of people of all ages. They are formed when keratin (a substance produced by the skin) becomes entrapped beneath the outer layer of the skin, forming a tiny cyst. An individual milium (the singular of milia) is formed at the base of a hair follicle or sweat gland.
Milia can be categorized as either primary or secondary. Primary milia are formed directly from entrapped keratin and are usually found on the faces of infants and adults. Secondary milia are also tiny cysts and look similar, but these develop after something clogs the ducts leading to the skin surface, such as after an injury, burn, or blistering of the skin.