Microblading is a technique where we manually input pigment into the skin using hair-like strokes. We use a handheld tool that has a row of very fine needles to create the most natural results. Anesthetic cream is applied prior to your procedure so that you’re kept comfortable throughout your brow session.
Keep in mind, those who will have the best results with Microblading have normal/dry skin types, fine eyebrow hairs, and live a relatively minimal lifestyle with no heavy workout/activity. This procedure is best for those who want to wake up and have fuller looking brows BUT don’t want them to look like they’re always filled in. (Please note: Microblading is not meant to replace eyebrow makeup. It is a subtle enhancement to help you feel confident in your fresh, no-makeup face.)
Combination Brows are for those who want to be somewhere inbetween Microblading and Powder Brow! Oftentimes, this is a great procedure for someone who wants that natural Microblading-like effect BUT may be lacking natural eyebrow hairs (e.g. missing a tail). As a result, we use the Powder Brow shading technique to help create density inbetween your strokes so that your brows can look fuller.
Keep in mind, this procedure would be best for normal/dry skin types since we need the T-Zone area to be oil-free in order for the microblading to heal crisp.
Powder Brows is similar to traditional tattooing – it uses a tattoo machine to input color onto the eyebrows using a shading-like effect. Unlike traditional tattooing though, we use a lighter pressure so that pigment is distributed closer to the surface of the skin for a more natural healed result.
Furthermore, we use a pigment formula that’s stabilized so that your brows won’t heal ashy or blue.
This procedure is great for those who have more of combination or oily skin types, or you prefer to wake up with your brows filled in so that you can just get up and go! Recommended for individuals with oilier complexions, sensitive skin, or damaged skin (scar tissue) who still want a fuller brow effect.