Eyebrows

 

Someone somewhere is all about them brows, bout them brows, bout them brows… right!? You may have seen the excitement all over social media like Facebook, Instagram, and Pintrest or from some celebrity who just had their beautiful brows done. Whether its about wanting #browsonfleek or #browsonpoint, you’re now able to have the brows of your dreams! It’s no wonder everyone everywhere are wanting amazing brows, they frame of your face and make a huge difference in your appearance. A brow procedure can help so many people for so many different reasons. Yep, no more spending time drawing on, filling in, or worrying that they will come off while working out, swimming, dancing, or playing in the pool. Nope, those days are over and now is the time to make your life much, much easier!

 

Types of Brow Procedures:

Powder/Ombre Brows: This procedure provides the look of an eyebrow that has been filled in with pencil or powder. It is done with a tattoo machine and has results that can be long lasting up to 5+ years depending on maintenance and lifestyle. It is considered permanent.

Microbladed Brows: This procedure provides the look of a real eyebrow that has natural hairlike strokes. It is done with hand tool and has results that can last up to 1+ years depending on maintenance and lifestyle. It is considered semi-permanent and yearly refreshers are recommended.

Microblade & Shade: This procedure provides the look of a real eyebrow that has natural hairlike strokes, but with a combination of shading for more color and depth. It is done with hand tool and has results that can last up to 1+ years depending on maintenance and lifestyle. It is considered semi-permanent and yearly refreshers are recommended.

Henna Brows: A Henna Brow is the perfect solution for those who don’t want something permanent but would like something longer lasting than your daily pencil or powder. This procedure can last 2-3 weeks on skin and up to 6 weeks on brow hair. Great for special occasions, younger clients, those with lots of grey, and everything in between. It’s also a good option for those considering permanent makeup but not quite ready to commit.