What is the difference between Microblading and Ombré Powder Brows?
Microblading is a treatment which the pigment is deposited into the first layer (dermis) of the skin with a manual tool. This procedure creates a natural and realistic look, as each brow hair is drawn in one stroke at a time. Microblading generally lasts about 6 months - a year depending on the skin type and client's lifestyle.
Ombré powder style is a technique that creates a gradient powder finish with the front of the brows lighter gradually darkening towards the tail. This procedure may last up to 2-3 years depending on the skin type and client's lifestyle. Ombré Powder has a more predictable healing result and is less invasive to the skin compared to Microblading.
Is it safe?
All needles are disposable and are NEVER re-used. I make sure to keep the environment clean to prevent any cross-contaminations.
Is it painful?
I use a high-grade topical anesthetic prior to and throughout the procedure for your comfort. Most clients do not feel any pain.
Am I a suitable candidate?
You must be over 18 years old and be relatively healthy.
You are not suitable if you have one of the following conditions:
Skin complications such as eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis.
Excessively oily skin (may not retain pigment very well and could cause blurring of the lines)
Taking Accutane/Retin-A (Must be off for 30 days before appointment)
Pregnant or breastfeeding
Have HIV, Hepatitis, or other viral infections
Have a Pacemaker or major heart problems
Clients with any other illnesses or conditions must consult with a physician beforehand.