PERMANENT MAKEUP MENU
Eyebrow Powder and Microblading/Hairstrokes
Permanent eyebrows is the highly sought after permanent cosmetics procedure. The eyebrows frames the face and properly shaped eyebrows can take years off your appearance. Below are the different techniques. You also have the option to combine both techniques for an even natural fuller looking brows.
- The Eyebrow Powder technique, also known for Shading is a method using either a machine or manual handtool to deposit the pigment in the dermal layer to achieve a powdery solid filled-in makeup look. You can choose it to be very defined, bold and dramatic or create just a soft hint of color for a subtle brow enhancement.
- The Microblading/Hairstroke technique is a method which uses a special handtool or machine with fine micro-needles to deposit pigments into the dermal layer simulating hairlike strokes to fill in sparse brows to produce fuller looking hair.
Eyelash Liner also known for Eyelash Enhancer
This procedure is for those who want an extremely subtle eyeliner. The color is placed only on the base of the lashes which causes the eyelash to appear darker, fuller looking and frames the eye without the look of a heavy eyeliner. Even men can benefit from this procedure to add definition to their eyes without looking like they are wearing makeup
Eyeliner is achieved by placing color from the base of the lashes up to the desired thickness , it can be applied in many styles. Permanent eyeliner can lift and lengthen the shape of your eyes, even make them appear larger.
Retouch / Refresh
Overtime, our skin tones and facial contours changes. With the daily exposure to harsh elements, daily exfoliation, application of harsh chemicals, or whitening agents from cleansers, anti-aging products or facial regimen that will take a toll on the color and fade the shape of your permanent makeup. By retouching, you are refreshing the look you once had. Maintaining your touch up will also help upkeep with the ever changing trends.
A thorough consultation is required before we can determine if your existing cosmetic tattoo is salvageable. To avoid costly procedures and further damage to your skin, being aware and fully informed of the many options offered now will help you decide what is the best for your case.
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