|Beautiful brows are the most important feature on the face.
A perfectly placed brow will bring an immediate, positive impact to any face - but
poorly shaped or colored brow can wreck even the most beautiful of faces.
Microblading has definitely taken the world by storm.
These soft, realistic looking strokes help to create the illusion of beautiful full
brows by replacing a few missing strokes or simulating an entire brow! This is
an awesome service for people suffering from any kind of brow hair loss. These
strokes look so real, they even fool the clients using a 10x magnifying mirror!
Whether you call it BROW MICROBLADING, MICRO STROKING, 3D BROWS,
FEATHERED BROWS, etc... all of these techniques try to duplicate the
appearance of very natural looking brows.
Microblading delicately deposits pigment into the superficial layer of the dermis.
We use a hand tool with an extremely fine grouping of needles, much like a
calligraphy pen. Our unique technique does not look like the cookie cutter style
of perfectly traced lines. Our strokes fool even the most discriminating eye.
THIS LOOKS LIKE YOUR OWN HAIR!
Even though we use a numbing agent of 4% Lidocaine, there may be some
discomfort associated with the procedure. This discomfort normally rates on a
scale from 0-4 out of 10, pain level. Everyone is different, but we do our best to
maintain your comfort level through distraction techniques and breaks if you
need them.Microblading rarely produces serious complications
Microblading is still a form of cosmetic tattooing..
Contrary to popular thought, THIS IS STILL A TATTOO. I wish the terms
"permanent" and "semi-permanent" didn't exist. Both are misleading. We call it
permanent because it does not wash off. We call it semi-permanent, because it
fades. But if someone tells you that it lasts only 18 months, that is also
misleading. There is no magic date that your new brows are programmed to
And along with any tattooing the skin, may come some associated risks such as
the transmission of Blood Borne Pathogenic Organisms, such at Hepatitis and
HIV. Allergic reactions to the pigments and or ointments are also a possibility,
but are very unlikely. It is recommended (but not mandatory) that you stop in for
an allergy skin test at least one week prior to your appointment. It is also
essential to check that the technicians carry the appropriate licenses.
PLEASE DON'T FALL PREY TO INEXPERIENCED TECHNICIANS.
Artistry in this field is largely unregulated. Especially in Texas. And there are so
many classes being formed by self proclaimed "masters" - it's mind boggling!
ANYONE can pass out a certificate granting newbies virtual confidence to . The
truth is, there is no way to learn this craft in 2-3 days. Even if an artist does
beautiful work, you better watch for cross-contamination disasters. It's not easy
to get in the habit of using aseptic techniques. And CLIENTS ARE EVEN LESS
AWARE... My question to everyone is this: What good are new brows, when
you're now battling Hepatitis or any other disease for that matter. It's take an
awareness that extends far beyond sterile needles and single use disposables
& disinfected skin prior to the service. . All it takes is one slip up to pass on a
mishap from one client to the next.
Seek out SEASONED PROFESSIONALS with years full of successful procedures
behind them, or those who have completed comprehensive training, and who
thoroughly understand this complex process - and you will GREATLY minimize
your risk of unhappiness! And in the right hands, it can be a positively life
changing experience. In the wrong hands, you might be spending the next year
seeking out tattoo removal services.
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NOTE: There is more lot to know about Permanent Makeup, than can be
shared in a quick conversation. If you really want to understand the
process, we recommend that you read all of the following pages:
PLAN AHEAD, AFTER CARE & HEALING
If you still have questions, please use the search bar on the
FAQ page on the NEW website.