I love the natural side of microblading eyebrows because it doesn’t look like my client has had a procedure done, but it enhances their natural beauty. I take pride in the work that I’ve done because of the very natural and realistic effect that I am able to deliver to both men and women.  The look on my clients’ faces when they look in the mirror after I transform their brows is very rewarding to me.

Lore’ Chalfant– Microblading

Semi Permanent Eyebrows

Microblading brows is a semi-permanent make-up tattooing. It is a manual process of inserting pigment into the upper layers of skin. If you are looking to create the desired fullness and shape of the eyebrow. It also can fill in natural brush stokes where the client is lacking hair. There is normally a perfection touchup needed 4 to 6 weeks after the initial visit. The results of Microblading usually last from 12 to 18 months, depending on skin type, after which the pigment fades leaving the skin and your natural brows as they were. To keep them looking fresh please don’t wait until it wears off.

Semi Permanent Tattoo

Microblading is considered a semi permanent tattoo procedure because it does not go as deep as a regular tattoo. A special technique is used for enhancing the appearance of the eyebrows. The pigment is scratched into the skin in fine, short strokes resembling hair, using a hand tool with a blade formed of tiny needles. It gives new life to the brows and is ideal for clients with scars in their brows, alopecia patients, Cancer patients (with doctor approval) and just the normal loss of hair as we age.

Best for: Anyone who wants a natural brow look that lasts.

Microblading is a technique using a super-fine pen (technically, a bundle of 12 to 15 needles) to deposit pigment into skin. The tip is so fine, in fact, that it can create hair strokes that look legit. And the needles reach only into the superficial layers of the skin, which is what makes the method semi-permanent (versus permanent, like traditional cosmetic tattoos). Think of each stroke as a little paper-cut. (We know what you’re wondering: Yes, it hurts, but your brow artist can numb the area

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