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Permanent Makeup

Before and After

Why Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup process utilizing a manual hand tool to implant pigment in the skin. It creates natural, realistic hair strokes and has been referred to as eyebrow embroidery. It is a form of micropigmentation. It can take thin, sparse eyebrows and make them look full and natural. It fills in bald spots from over-tweezing or injury and can even provide beautiful eyebrows for alopecia sufferers. Wouldn't it be great to wake up each morning with perfect eyebrows that don't have to be filled in with a pencil or powder? You can even go to the beach or swim and your brows stay in place. Imagine the increase in self-esteem you would feel with crisp, beautiful, natural looking brows.

Each client receives customized brows with a perfect pigment, shape and thickness using hypo-allergenic, organic permanent makeup pigments and sterilized needles. At your appointment we shape your brows and come to an agreement on the best pigments and shape for your bone structure, eye shape, and face. We do not shave your entire eyebrow and do not damage your natural hair--you will still need waxing or threading to keep brows looking great. Topical anesthetics are used before and during the procedure to minimize pain and there is no down time whatsoever-you can go back to work or enjoy the rest of your day. Touch ups are required within 4-6 weeks of the initial treatment and how well the pigment stays is dependent upon age, sun exposure, aftercare, skin type, immune system, medications and a variety of other factors. Touch ups are recommended every year or two to freshen brows and prevent fading.

Items worth noting: Eyebrow color will appear darker due to scabbing as the skin heals over the first ten days post-procedure. After the brows heal the pigment will lighten by approximately 30%. No alcohol or aspirin 48 hours prior to procedure. If you do have prior tattoo work on your eyebrows you must send photos to us at contact@definemybrows.com.

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