Microblading Brows for Women
Microblading refers to work done by hand, and the effect is usually to simulate individual hairs. (Some clients prefer the shaded look, which results in greater density.) Please note that I do not use templates–these designs are according to my clients’ preferences, some of which evolve over time.
Less effort for the same effect. In the order shown here: topically applied makeup; no makeup; and tattooed eyebrow makeup. Minor redness from the procedure will disappear in a couple of hours. She will require at least one additional application, as part of the color will be absorbed into the skin (or removed by the immune system, depending on how you describe it), and some will be lost as the surface skin wears away during the next 5-7 days. This appearance, as the final result, is expected after a second application (sometimes a third). The warranty assures her that there will be no additional cost for the first six months. The cost for the eyebrow procedure is $395. Booster color, after the first six months, costs $95. For details on my qualifications, see the About (FAQ) page.
Whether it’s with very light or very dark skin, my clients sometimes have nearly invisible eyebrows. On the first visit, I apply a very conservative design and color–something my client is quite sure she/ he likes. On the second visit, I blend in a darker or lighter color, and add length and thickness as desired. This creates less stress, and the brows often appear to have grown in, leaving it to the client to reveal whether or not it is a tattoo.
This is my beloved Alys, my oldest client to date. She was 95 at the time. She was a NC friend of my parents who suggested my name when I was born. She said, “I’ve never had eyebrows–you’ve got to give me some eyebrows.” This is how she looked the next day. I accomplished this with a hand tool and the usual topical anesthetics. She said she would get up every morning and run to the mirror to be sure they’re still there.
The client shown below has typical thinning brows which required the daily use of an eyebrow pencil. Permanent makeup eliminated this chore–her brows are always balanced and even.