I use a single needle to deliver pigment into the skin to create the illusion of fullness and shape your natural brows. Whether you have full, little or no eyebrow hair.
Results are immediate. The color lightens up and softens within the next few weeks after initial service and varies depending on your skin type and after care. Pain is minimal, varies on personal pain tolerance, with constant use of topical numbing. These brows last 2-5 years with recommended yearly color boost. Typically procedure takes about 3-4hrs.
To book online you can click on the Book Now link or txt (253) 345-8715.
Price for brows is $550
$100 nonrefundable fee is required to confirm appointment and put towards balance. $450 due at your appointment. First touch up included booked within 4-6 weeks after initial appointment.
Powder Brows is the next generation of microblading. The technique of Powder Brows uses a tattoo machine to inject the pigment into the skin. The Powder technique does not cut the skin, it is less invasive and is a less traumatic technique for the skin in comparison to microblading.
Microblading is cutting of the skin in order to implant pigment into the skin and in some cases, microblading can cause scarring of the skin over time.
The pain is comparable to threading but numbing is used to help ease the pain.
If you are nervous about pain please consider going to your pharmacy and purchasing Emla Topical Numbing Cream.
Apply to eyebrow area generously and do not rub into the skin. Proceed to wrap your eyebrows with a thin layer of saran wrap for 1 hour before your scheduled appointment. This method will ensure you feel completely numb by the time we start tattooing. For majority of my clients, they get a good nap during the procedure, so it's not that bad. Pain tolerance does vary.
All New Client Appointments are scheduled for four hours. In this time frame our experienced artists will provide the consultation, shaping and the tattooing all in one appointment.
For the consultation portion, we take careful consideration of each clients eye shape, bone structure and personal preference.
Before proceeding to the tattoo portion of the appointment, we carefully measure and outline a shape that is the most flattering for the clients features.
We will suggest a shape is the best suited for the client and once the client approves the shape we will proceed to the tattooing process.
It is advised to txt or email me with clear pictures for approval first, before booking your appointment online.
The tattoo must be VERY faded in order to work over or corrected.
Working over other artists work is often times more work than working on a blank canvas and for that reason I DO NOT touchup other artist’s work for touchup pricing. **Extra fees will apply if color correction is needed.
Not all clients are suitable for eyebrow tattooing. Before you book online, go thru this checklist. If you think you can go ahead with it at your own risk, I will need a doctors note to move forward with the procedure. Here is a few things that will keep you from getting your brows done:
• Avoid anything which will thin your blood for 2 days prior (Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Advil, Motrin, Alcohol, etc.) *Unless prescribed by a physician otherwise.
o Note: If blood is thinner then a 3rd touch up might be needed at $75.
• Feel free to bring pictures to illustrate what ideas you have in mind.
How touch-ups work: I typically recommend a more subtle eyebrow shape and color for your very first appointment.
After your first appointment, you’ll be pre-booked for a two month follow up appointment.
The purpose of a follow up appointment is to make any adjustments to the shape or color based on the healed results. This follow up appointment is optional.
Annual touchups are recommended to maintain the shape and color of the tattooed eyebrows.
The life span of the eyebrow tattoo can last two to five years. The clients skin type, age and lifestyle does play an important role on how quickly they fade.
Example: Oily skin with larger pores will typically the tattoo will last about two years whereas dry skin with little to no pores the tattoo will last up to three years.
First 2 hours-Any redness or irritation will decrease.
Day 1-3 - Avoid sweating and all water contact on new eyebrows
Day 2-3 - Brows will appear slightly darker than the first day.
Day 1-14 - With a Q-tip, apply a paper thin layer of the provided vitamin A&D ointment every 3 to 4 hours.
Day 5 - These are NOT the true results of the eyebrow tattooing, as the pigment has not yet peeled completely. Once the skin starts healing or flaking, the color will fade considerably, as it heals beneath the skin.
Day 6-7 - Color may appear very light, as your skin is resurfacing. The color will reappear slowly
Day 10-14 - Eyebrows are nearly fully healed
5-6 weeks - Final color will be apparent and eyebrows should be fully healed.
DO NOT Pick, peel, or scratch as this could cause scarring or removal of color
DO NOT Touch the affected area except for applying vitamin A&D ointment
DO NOT Be alarmed if it appears that most of the color is flaking off – this is normal healing.
Avoid for 14 days while healing:
Tanning Working out, sweating, Swimming, saunas, jacuzzi, Not cleaning your face regularly
Facials & massages, Wearing makeup, Skin peels, products with Retinol, Touching your eyebrows or sleeping on your face Soaps, creams. Being around bacteria.
*the sun can cause pigment to fade. Always apply sun block on pigmented area*
Theres are many factors to why colors change in the skin.
Heres a list of reasons as to why colors can change:
I use Permablend pigments. The ingredients are a combination of powdered pigments, glycerin, witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol, aqua, rosin, and DMDM hydantoin.
Permablend pigments are gamma-ray sterilized, vegan and cruelty-free.