Requires a non-refundable deposit of $150 to book. Remaining balance of $350 day of.
TOUCH UP PRICES
1-3 Months: $130
Less than 1 year: $185
1 year+: $250
Requires a 50% nonrefundable deposit to book.
What's the difference between Powder Brows and Microblading?
Powder brows is a treatment that uses a special shading technique to achieve natural looking eyebrows. It uses a combination of dots and shading to fill in the brows, making them look thicker and more symmetrical. Microblading is a tattooing technique in which a small handheld tool made of several tiny needles is used to add semi-permanent pigment to the skin. Microblading differs from standard eyebrow tattooing because each hair-stroke is created by hand using a blade which creates fine slices in the skin, whereas eyebrow tattoos are done with a machine and single needle bundle
How long do powder brows last?
Powder brows lasts an average time of 2-3 years in the skin without any touch ups. They may begin fading around 6 months to one year. It’s recommended to get touch ups to maintain the look and not lose the shape/form and color too soon. On average, clients come twice a year.
How do powder brows heal and look over time?
Healed results vary and can heal up to 70% lighter and shrink up to 30%. Varies per person, but the percentages mentioned are the average. The color overall gets lighter and softer. If not maintained, the pigment may appear like it's gone.
How long does the procedure take?
Your first visit may take 2-2 and a half hours. The first visit is the foundation and overall design of your look which is why it takes some time.
Do I need to upkeep my powder brows?
It's recommended to do touch ups to maintain your powder brows.
How often should I do touch ups?
A lot of client's do a touch up a month and a half to 3 months after their initial. Since Powder Brows are a very soft technique, 100% retention is not guaranteed. You may need a sooner touch up to make some adjustments. Client's usually come every 6 months to maintain them after the two first appointments.
Why do healed results vary?
Healed results vary because of the following:
Skin Type - dry/oily/sun-damaged
Natural skin undertones
Alcohol intake and smoking
A compromised immune system
Post procedure care treatment
Use of skincare products
Activities causing sweating
For example: Someone with oily skin, that sweats a lot, and uses retinol will need to do more touch ups because they're prone to fading faster than a person with dry skin, that doesn't use strong skincare, and doesn't sweat a lot or exercise.
Who isn't a candidate?
Must be 18 and over (except for any special cases such as alopecia).
Cannot be breastfeeding or pregnant
Not on steroids and haven't been for the past 4 weeks
Not on antibiotics and haven't been for the past 4 weeks
No transmittable blood conditions such as Hepatitis or HIV/AIDS
Botox or Fillers near the eyebrows within the past 2 weeks
Not on Accutane or have not been on Accutane within the last year.
No Retinol/Retin-A 4 weeks prior
Haven’t received any laser treatments, glycolic peels, or chemical peels near/on treatment area in the past 4 weeks
An old eyebrow tattoo or microblading that isn't 90% faded.
Is the touch up included in the initial price?
It is not included. However, touch ups are at a discounted price.
If I had my brows done somewhere else, would you be able to do a touch up?
I do not do touch ups on other artist's/technician's work. The area would have to be 90% faded. If it's not, then removal sessions would have to be done before. To know more about our tattoo removal process click on this link
Is it gonna hurt?
Since pain is relative it's hard to decipher what your experience will feel like. I apply two forms of numbing to make the procedure tolerable. Although, some clients don't feel a thing and even fall asleep. Majority of clients that do experience some discomfort mention that tweezing hurts more if you'd like to compare the pain to something familiar.
Do I get to see a preview of how my brows will look?
Yes! I like to see every case as a collaboration between the artist (me) and client (you). I do a makeup preview of the shape and color beforehand. Once you approve, then we will get started.
Will it look natural?
Powder Brows are the most natural looking form of permanent makeup. Results are natural and as they age they get even more softer and natural.
What is the aftercare?
We give all of my client's a detailed aftercare, but here is a summary of what it entails.
No picking, or scratching the treated area
Keep area clean by cleansing them twice a day (oily/combo skin - 3 times a day) for 2 weeks.
Apply aftercare ointment if you have mature, normal or dry skin
No direct sun (direct tanning) a minimum for 1 month
No salt water for 1 month
No retinol/retin-a, aha/bha, glycolic acids, acne medications, chemical peels for up to 1 month after the procedure.
Avoid excessive sweating, saunas, steamy showers for 1 week.
No Botox for at least 2 weeks
Any form of brow hair removal for 2 weeks
Eyebrow makeup for 7-10 days or until completely peeled
How long does it take to heal?
There are two stages in the healing process. The fist process is the skin peeling and flaking. This lasts anywhere between 5 - 14 days. It varies based on each client's skin type. The second stage is when the skin is when your natural cell turnover takes place in the next couple weeks. The pigment may appear light,translucent, and shiny. As the skin heals, the color will bloom back to the surface.
How will they look the day of vs healed?
Day 1 - 4: Color may appear bold and red. This is normal and will go down.
Day 4 - 9: You will notice the skin healing itself and shedding. The areas that peel may appear lighter in color than the rest.
Day 7 - 14: All or majority of the skin may have healed over and appear very light.
Day 10-14: If all of the skin has peeled, you may fill your brows with a very light hand.
Day 21 - 35: You will notice the color regenerating and your brows looking nice and more filled in.
Month 1 1/2 - 3: The final color will appear. If the color didn't come 100% back, it's normal and if you’d like another session, the skin is ready to take it on.