Permanent Makeup Services
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo technique used to create the illusion of fuller brows. The process begins with a consultation with the clients about the best brow shape for their face and chooses a color that matches the natural hair color and skin undertone. The brow area is then cleaned and numbed for the treatment. Instead of using a tattoo machine, a handheld tool is used to manually draw hair strokes.
Powdered brows help clients achieve more of a powdered or ombré look instead of individual hair strokes. The ideal candidates for powdered brows are those who have hair, but fill in with makeup. Powdered brows have a soft makeup look and work great for clients with oily or mature skin.
This is great if your trying to choose between the natural hair stroke or the filled in makeup look. Combination brows are a mix of both looks (powdered & natural hair strokes) for maximum beautiful look. Considered this the “ultimate brow treatment,” combination brows are the best of both worlds, working in perfect harmony to achieve a beautifully natural-yet-defined brow.
With combo brows, the inner “head” of the brow is feathered with hair-like strokes, while the tail is powdered for that perfect definition. Using the same machine and techniques as the powdered ombré, you still enjoy the pretty-much-painless benefits of this new procedure while getting the perfect mix of hair and powder.
LIP BLUSH TATTOO
For permanent eyeliner tattoo a small rotary tattoo machine is used to push color into the lash line, mimicking the look of a darkened top lashline that stays on through sweat, sleep, and showers.
A hair tattoo, scalp micro pigmentation (or SMP for short) is a medical, non-surgical, cosmetic tattoo that gives the illusion of a close buzz cut hairstyle on a bald head or adds density to a thinning hair line. The procedure can also be used to conceal scars from hair transplantation, hide the visual impact of burns or to treat hair loss through skin conditions such as Alopecia. Scalp micro pigmentation can be performed on all skin types and colors. In contrast to other tattoos, the procedure does not penetrate the epidermal level of the skin as deeply, and the inks (or pigments) used are less prone to color change over time. The advantages of this procedure is that the hairline can be adjusted and freshened up with relative ease.