Semi-permanent brow technique
- 3 hr 30 min3 hours 30 minutes
- 250 U.S. dollarsUS$250
MICROBLADING Is a semi-permanent brow technique ideal for anyone that would like to enhance the appearance of his or her eyebrows. It provides natural looking, hair-like strokes, regardless of the amount of hair that is present. Some clients suffer from alopecia, cancer, trichotillomania, or other conditions causing hair loss. Others may wish to correct, enhance or perfect their natural brows. Each session is fully customized to the client's skin, age, ethnicity, and desired outcome. Pros: Makes brows look thicker, fuller, darker, and more defined. This is the best option if you want your brows to look natural when you don’t have makeup on but they’re easy to fill in if you want a more made up look. It only lasts up to 2 years, so you don’t have to worry about being stuck with the same brow shape for the rest of your life. Fades without turning blue, red, green, or purple. Cons: Oilier skin types may need more frequent touch ups and hairstrokes tend to blur in their skin. MICROSHADING Instead of drawing hairstrokes like microblading, brows are shaded in by “tapping” pigment into the skin with a special needle. Pros: Similar micoblading but better for oilier skin types who tend to blur from microblading. Creates a more “filled in” look than microblading, for people who want more color. Microshading can be done on top of microblading hairstrokes to fill in the brows more while still keeping the look of hairstrokes. Cons: Done on its own, microshading is less natural-looking than microblading because it doesn’t have that hairstroke effect. OMBRE BROWS This is a trendy look, made popular by makeup artists on Instagram, where the inner corners look lighter and the rest of the brow is darker and more filled in. Pros: Ideal for those who like a more made-up brow look or those who have a good amount of hair on the inner corners but missing the tail end of their natural brows. Cons: Like all trends, this one will eventually come to an end, but you can always add some hairstrokes at the front to create a combo brow look later on. COMBINATION BROWS A combination of hairstrokes and microshading. Pros: Same pros as ombre brows but less of a “light-to-dark” gradient look than ombre brows. The microblading in the front just makes the brows look more natural. Cons: Can be more expensive since it’s a two-in-one procedure.
Middletown, NY, USA