Permanent Makeup is a cosmetics tattoo that involves depositing pigment into the skin, using a small pen-style machine, microblade or tapping tool which rapidly inserts small quantities of the appropriate color pigment progressively in the required area with the expertise of a competent and skilled professional. The pigment remains in the skin indefinitely although the color may fade due to aging of the tattoo, health or environmental factors, eventually retouching may be required.
Permanent Makeup: Brows
Microblading (Lines): Hair stroke, as the name suggests, involves cosmetic tattooing on tiny lines/strokes in a design that gives the appearance of hair. Microblading is a good choice for clients that want full hair stroke look, already have hair but want a super natural fuller look.
Shade/ Ombre Brow (Solid/Gradation): A more defined, solid appearance, and is usually a longer-lasting option. Ombre is a good choice for oily skin and clients that want more defined, density and fullness. Great for clients that also have no brow hair at all or patchy.
Powder Brows (Soft): A most soft looking brows, very feminine looks, soft edge, this gives your eyebrow look of power makeup on.
Hybrid (Combined Technique): Hair-strokes alone, with no background, do require more re-touching than other methods. A good, longer lasting option can be a combination of these, where a lighter powder-fill will be done at the first appointment, then hair-strokes over the top, to give texture and a realistic, hair like appearance.
Permanent Makeup: Eyeliner
Most natural-looking. The “tightliner” look. In between where the lashes grow, gives the look of a fuller set of lashes. Excellent for those with blonde lashes.
Increases the definition of the eye, without looking obvious. Under the lashes.
Opens up and defines the eyes. Makes eyes appear larger. Flattering for those with darker (or tinted) lashes.
Excellent for those who wear winged liner daily. Flawless and smudgeproof. Customized thickness and shape to suit your eyes.