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POWDER OMBRE BROWS
WHAT IS OMBRÉ BROW?
Ombré Brows (also known as Powder Brows/Shaded Brows) is a semi-permanent make-up procedure. The procedure is a two step process (initial insertion of pigment & touch-up 6-8 weeks later). We create the desired fullness and design of the eyebrows. This technique differs from Microblading in that we create a misty, powder filled brow resembling the look of makeup application, or a fresh eyebrow tint. They are semi-permanent, in that most fade over time if no additional procedure is performed.
WHAT DOES OMBRÉ BROW LOOK LIKE?
The tails of the brow are darker, and as you move towards the front of the brow it starts to fade. The effects will be waterproof and smudge-proof. It lasts longer than Microblading, typically around 2 years on average. Results are not determined until touch-up application is completed.
DOES OMBRÉ BROW HURT?
Pain varies from person to person. People who wax or pluck their eyebrows regularly will find the procedure painless whereas someone who has never touched their eyebrows may feel some discomfort. A safe topical anesthetic cream will be applied to ease the procedure for you.
IS SEMI-PERMANENT MAKEUP A TATTOO?
Yes, semi-permanent makeup is a tattoo. We insert pigment into the top layers of the skin. The pigments used are medical grade so it is safe and suitable for any facial area.
HOW LONG DOES OMBRÉ BROW LAST?
Ombré Brow can last for 1-3 years. A touch up is required 6-8 weeks after the initial appointment. Clients that choose a soft look, light color shade or did not follow the after care instructions may require more touch up appointments.
Factors that will cause your semi-permanent brow tattoo to fade faster include; Tanning bed / sun exposure, Exfoliating, Oily skin, and Medical conditions. We suggest a yearly "Color Boost" to maintain your procedure color integrity.
IS OMBRÉ BROW RIGHT FOR ME?
If you have any of the following, Ombré Brow will most likely not be the solution for you:
-Pregnant or nursing
-History of keloids or hypertrophic scarring
-Viral infections and/or diseases
-Cancer / chemotherapy
-Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area
-Accutane in the past 2 years
-Recently tanned or will be tanned within 4 weeks
Doctors Approval Required for the Following:
-Uncontrolled high blood pressure
-Pacemaker or major heart problems
-Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system.
WHAT IS LIP BLUSHING?
Lip blushing is a type of semi permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure achieved by depositing pigments in your lips using small needles. This procedure does not replace the lipstick look, it simply adds a natural tint to the lips.
HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?
It is different for every client but generally 2 years! Color retention depends on skin type, age, aftercare, sun exposure, use of certain products, pigments used, the immune system, medications, and other factors. Touch ups are recommended once every 1-2 years to prevent natural fading.
HOW LONG IS THE HEALING PROCESS?
It takes approximately 14 days for the lips to heal, and about 6-8 weeks for the color to fully bloom. The lips will swell and be bigger than expected for the first few days. This will gradually go down during the complete healing process and they will lighten 50 - 70% before your 2nd session. The color will look really vibrant the day of and after the appointment. Around day two-three, the lips will softly flake away, and the following day they appear almost entirely healed. This soft technique we use ensures the lips will heal quickly and with minimal discomfort and downtime!
DOES LIP BLUSING HURT?
Pain levels vary from person to person, a strong medical grade topical anesthetic cream is used before and during your procedure to keep you as pain free as possible. Lips are very sensitive so you will feel slight discomfort. If you are on your period you will feel slightly more discomfort.
HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED?
Lips generally need 2 sessions to go over any spottiness. With most procedures, the color looks dramatically lighter after the first week. Some clients prefer this, while others opt for a bolder look. At the second session, we will assess the color retention and make adjustments as necessary. Everyone heals differently and at different rates. If your lips do not heal perfectly the first time, don't worry! We can always go darker and add more density at your next appointment.
IS LIP BLUSH RIGHT FOR ME?
If you have any of the following, lip blush will most likely not be the solution for you:
-Pregnant or Breastfeeding
-Overly sensitive skin
-Allergies to topical anesthetics
-Severe Acne around lips
-Dark skin/uneven skin tones
-History of Herpes/Cold sores
-Lip filler within the last 3 months
-Facial psoriasis or eczema
-Previous tattoo that has not faded
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