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Microblading or Feathering

Micoblading and feathering are done by using a Microblade which is a  fine 18 point needle that make up a small disposable blade and handle to scratch and deposit pigment simultaneously under your skin in strokes that result in Realistic-looking brow hairs that don't wash off and last anywhere from up to 18 months to two years. The term Feathering and Microblading are different names used for the same technique.

Powder Brows or Ombre Brows

Powder brows, also known as ombre brows or ombre powder brows, is a slightly newer semi-permanent brow technique that creates a soft, powdered look that subtly fills in your brow. This technique is done with a tattoo gun and is no more painful then microblading. This technique can be customized to each persons preference on color, the shading strength from where the tail of the brow is darker and fades as it goes in to the front of the brow.


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Microblading/ Feathering


 6 week touch up.


Powder/ Ombre Brows

Tattoo Aftercare.


In the hours following the appointment, your brows will darken noticeably and the hair strokes will appear much thicker than initially due to swelling.  This will cause the brows to look incredibly dark, much larger, and misshapen 1-2 weeks after the procedure.  The appearance of much darker brows is due to the pigment oxidizing as each hair stoke is essentially an open wound.  They will lighten by at least 30% and the strokes will appear thinner 1-2 weeks after, and they will continue to lighten through the 4 weeks following the appointment.  Please consider the timing of your appointment in relation to any upcoming events.  You are likely going to have more intense looking brows for the first two weeks of healing. 

  • Always wash your hands before tending to your brows.

  • For the First 48 hours: Dab your brows with a clean cotton pad before applying  your Aftercare Balm - apply as needed to keep the brows lubricated. 

  • Brows may ooze lymph (cloudy yellow substance) for the first 48 hours; remove by blotting with a clean cotton pad.

  • Always Keep a thin layer of your Aftercare balm on your brows while you have any scabs or flakiness (1.5-2.5 weeks roughly). Apply by dabbing a clean cotton bud across the brow. Only use enough to see the shine and keep them lubricated. Don't overdo it. If the brows do not start to feel tight and stiff, then it's time to reapply.

  • DO NOT wash your brows for whilst there is any scabs, flakiness, or dead skin that's visible or still coming off. Water will draw the pigment out of the strokes. 

  • When showering Do not put your face into the shower stream. Do not wash your face in the shower. Wash your face in front of a mirror to be sure you are avoiding the treatment area completely.

  • Do not pick, scratch, or rub any skin flakes or scabs. Allow them to fall off naturally. Picking can cause scarring and premature loss of pigment.

  • Avoid getting soaps, shampoos/conditioners or other cleansers on the treated area for the first week.

  • DO NOT apply makeup to the tattooed area for the first 2 weeks.

  • DO NOT tint/dye the treated area the month following the procedure.

  • DO NOT thread or wax the treated area for 2 weeks.

  • Avoid any activities or exercising that causes heavy sweating the week following the procedure. Sweat can push the pigment out of the strokes. So no hot yoga, hot tubs, long showers, baths, steam rooms, saunas, or heavy cardio.

  • No swimming for 3 weeks.

  • Avoid sun exposure the first 4 weeks by using a physical barrier to block the sun, i.e. a hat, umbrella, your car visor, a hood, etc. Apply sunscreen to the treated area when sun exposure is anticipated after the first 4 weeks.

  • DO NOT schedule a hair appointment, facial, injections, or similar for the first 2 weeks. 

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