MicroBlading with Shading | $595
MicroBlading without Shading | $495
Semi-Permanent Cosmetic Brows
Includes consultation, Initial 1st visit, and 4-6 week follow up perfection visit!
Microblading Maintenance | Touch Ups
For returning clients wanting to continue
Microblading Maintenance after the Initial 1st & Perfection visit.
*Must of had your Initial & Perfection visit with us.
1-6 Month | $99
6-12 Month | $175
12-18 Month | $250
Microblading vs. MicroBlading with Shading
What is the difference between Microblading and Microshading (aka. ombre shading, ombre brows, powdered brows)?
While both techniques are considered to be semi-permanent and last about the same time. Microblading seems to be more semi-permanent than MB Shading because of the way it fades.
Microblading is done using a hand tool with a row of blades to draw hair strokes, one stroke at a time with a little gap in between to resemble the natural hair. Microblading looks absolutely like real hair when, it is freshly done. As the hair strokes go though healing period, it is normal that some strokes may not take well by the skin.
How Microblading Fades:
Microblading fades in strokes, meaning a couple of hair strokes may fade down at a time. A similar metaphor would be our hair turning gray, a few at a time. This may happens after the skin healing cycle is over (4 weeks). Therefore, it is expected that Microblading will still have gaps in between the strokes.
(a.ka. Ombre brows, Ombre Shading, Powdered brows)
Unlike Microblading where, gaps are required in the work to resemble the distance between hair, Shading sprays or airbrushes each area within the brows with pigment. Ombre is then done in a way that, the artist skillfully transitions the shade of chosen pigment from dark to light. To create depth, the artist sprays pigment concentrating from the tail and slowly transitions it to lighter shade, as it moves towards the front of the eyebrow. To define the bottom arch, the top outer rim of the eyebrow is also lighter and smooth. Result would resemble soft translucent powder under the brow hair making the current hair appears fuller.
How MB Shading fades:
The result may look bold right after the procedure, because there are no gaps in-between like in the Microblading. However, after the healing process is over the overall color fades more even, resembling the look of soft powdered eyebrows. The ombre effect will create depth making the brows look more realistic and full. This semi-permanent makeup technique is much different than the traditional tattoo where, it is just a solid block of color.
Combination of Microblading and Ombre Shading
This is also another choice, combining the art of both semi-permanent makeup techniques together to achieve the most natural looking result. While Microblading resembles the brow hair, shading serves as a powdery background if certain hair does not take by the skin. Microshading or magic shading also has an ombre effect with the tail to mid eyebrows being darker and slowly transition to lighter as it moves towards the front, creating a super natural look of filled-in brows without making them look tattooed.
Q & A
Will it hurt? Will I feel anything?
We apply a Numbing Cream for 30 minutes prior to treatment. You will feel pressure but if should not feel painful. If for any reason you feel pain the Technician can add additional numbing cream yet this is not usual and not normally required.
Is it Permanent?
No. Microblading is a Semi- Permanent single stroke tattoo and over time the strokes will fade. Some strokes may last longer then others but this is normal and varies from person to person on how long yours will last.
What happens when my Microblading fades?
We recommend that you return every 12, 18 or 24 months from your last visit for a touch up to maintain a full brow look.
Do I have to pay full price again?
As long as you come back before 24 Months you don't have to pay full price. The sooner you come back the better the pricing. See Microblading Maintenance