Microblading Realistic hairlike strokes are created using a hand held tool and tiny blade. Results are soft and natural looking and works best on individuals who prefer not to wear a lot of makeup. Two sessions are needed to create your desired look. Results can last 1-3 years. An annual refresher touch up every 1-1.5 years is recommended for the life of your brows.
Powder brow A soft natural look but with more filling in than microblading. This look would be equivalent to filling in your eyebrows with a soft powder. Not ideal for clients with extremely oily skin or those who prefer a stronger brow look. Results can last 1-2 years. Refreshing touch ups are recommended every 12-18 months for the life of our brows.
Ombre Brow A more defined brow is created using a permanent makeup tattoo machine. This look is ideal if you fill your eyebrows in heavily on a daily basis, have old permanent makeup tattoo that you would like to cover or just prefer more of a makeup look. This choice is also ideal if you have very oily skin. Results can last 2+ years. Refresher touch ups are recommended every 12-18 months for the life of your brows.
Combination Brow A combination of both microblading and shading. Typically microblading strokes are done in the front (head) portion of your brow and the powder brow shading technique is used to fill in from the middle of the brow to the tail. This choice can also be customized to fit your personal needs and ideal look. Results can last 2+ years. Refresher touch ups are recommended every 12-18 months for the life of your brows.
*Important note: All of the above services are considered PERMANENT MAKEUP TATTOO! The only difference between them is the method of implantation. Legally, in the State of Illinois, any procedure which implants pigment under the surface of the skin is classified as a tattoo. Also, some of these methods of implantation fade quicker or more easily than others and may be referred to as "semi-permanent" tattoo. Legally, this is incorrect terminology, since there are elements in the pigment that can remain in your body indefinitely even after all pigment coloring has faded away.*