Eyebrow tinting is the process of applying semi-permanent dye to enhance, shape, and define brows. On average, this service takes about 20-30 minutes. A brief consultation is give prior to the service. The consultation includes determining the client's desired brow shape and fullness. The brow area is then cleaned and prepped for the service. The dye is then mixed and applied to the brows. Access dye is removed after a few minutes with a damp paper towel or wipe. The tint can last anywhere from 3 to 6 weeks. A touch up is recommended at 4 to 6 weeks.
Brow tinting aftercare
- Avoid getting your eyebrows wet for at least 12 hours, and even after only clean around the area with a gel or cream based cleanser.
- Avoid exfoliating the area and using retinoids and retinols.
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What is microblading?
Microblading is the process of tattooing tiny hairs with a needle. It is a semi-permanent tattoo technique used to create the illusion of fuller brows.
What is the microblading process?
The client must first schedule a microblading consultation. During this consultation, the client's eyebrows will be measured and mapped according to their face and eye shape. We will also choose a color that matches the natural hair color and skin tone. Other "unnatural" colors are available at an additional charge.
At the time of the appointment, the client's eyebrows are cleaned and numbed for the treatment. A small handheld tool is used to manually draw small hair strokes on the eyebrows. An ointment is then applied to help with the healing process.
The total process can take up to 40 minutes, depending on how full the client wants their eyebrows to look. A follow up appointment should be made 4 to 6 weeks after to make sure the client is happy with the results.
How long does microblading last?
Microblading lasts up to 3 years depending on the client's skin type, products used, and the client's lifestyle.
Are there any side effects to microblading?
There should be no side effects, but infections are possible is the client does not follow proper aftercare procedures.
- Always use sunscreen. This helps extend the longevity of the client's eyebrows and prevent fading from the sun.
- Do not use Retin-A or Retinol products a week before and 30 days after getting your eyebrows done.
- Don't wet your brows for a week or two after your service, while healing. Don't use makeup on the area for about the same amount of time as well.
What is microshading?
Unlike microblading, microshading does NOT tattoo full hair strokes along the browline. Microshading fills the entire eyebrow with light pigmentation through the use of a fine tipped needle. It fills in small points to shade in sparse areas.
The results won't look like defined individual hairs like microblading, but it'll look like your eyebrows are penciled or powered in. Immediately following your appointment, brows will appear extra bold, but the color will soften over the following 14 days. Results can last up to a year and a half, depending on your skin type.
Are there any side effects to microshading?
There should be no side effects, but there is light pain associated with the technique, since tattooing is involved. This technique, however, is more kind to sensitive skin.
- Tweeze or thread unruly hairs, but don't wax. Waxing can make the brow color fade faster.
- Use SPF and avoid exfoliating the area.
What is brow laminating?
Brow laminating is the process of restructuring the brow hairs to keep them in a desired shape. It's sort of like a lash lift, but for eyebrows.The process involves two different treatment solutions. The first solution is brushed through the eyebrow hairs and left on for 20 minutes. This solution makes the brows more soft and manageable. The brows are then brushed into the desired position and a "laminating" solution is applied to keep the strands in place. Brow lamination helps give the appearance of slightly fuller brows, and the hairs that are there can be used to cover sparse areas. The effects of brow lamination can last up to 8 weeks.