Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure hat uses a manual tool to insert pigment into the “epidermis” of the skin. The 7 to 18 tiny micro needles from a small blade that creates hair-like stokes.
Microblading is perfect for candidates who are seeking for a natural look that can be worn everyday with or without makeup.
Microshading is similar to the traditional “stick and poke” method. The ink is deposited into the skin using small punctures on the skin. Microshading is used for areas of the eyebrow where hairs are sparse and/or to blend with the natural hairs to create a fuller look.
Ombré is a French term meaning “having tones of color that shade into each other, graduating from light to dark”. This procedure uses a machine gun with a single needle and deposits ink under the “epidermis” layer of the skin to create a powder finish. Powder Ombré is ideal for clients who wear makeup on a daily basis and prefer lighter heads (front of the brows) and darker tails (end of the brow).
Permanent eyeliner is used with a machine gun with a single needle and deposits ink into the edge of the eyelids. The options can be a natural as lash or water line (creating an illusion of a fuller lash line) to a makeup like with a wing.