We offer two different styles of permanent brows, Microblading and Powder Brows. We also offer emergency saline lightening to remove permanent makeup of all kinds.
Microblading vs. Powderbrows: what's the difference?
Microblading and Powderbrows are both semi-permanent options for brow enhancement. Microblading, also known as eyebrow embroidery, uses a thin, handheld tool to apply semi-permanent pigment to the skin, creating hair-like strokes. Powderbrows is a form of micropigmentation that uses a digital machine to create a more blended and powdery look.
The pros of Microblading include a more natural-looking finish and the ability to customize the eyebrow shape and color to the individual’s needs. However, it requires more frequent touch-ups and can be more painful than Powderbrows. Powderbrows, on the other hand, have a longer lasting color, require less maintenance, and can be less painful. However, the end result may not look as natural as a Microblading treatment.
Microblading is best for those looking for a more natural finish, while Powderbrows are ideal for those who want a slightly more dramatic look with less maintenance.
1. Tweezing or waxing should be done 72 hours before your appointment. Electrolysis should be done seven days prior to your procedure. Do not resume any method of hair removal for 14 days.
2. If eyebrows are normally tinted, have this done no less than 72 hours of your procedure.
3. Do not take aspirin, blood thinning medications or drink excessive amounts of alcohol or coffee 48 hours before procedure date.
Wash your hands before doing any aftercare. For the first day of your procedure, wipe your treated area three hours after procedure with a cold lightly damp sterile cloth. Your Microblading cosmetics will produce a yellowish-clear fluid, which is lymphatic liquid (plasma). This is normal as your skin is trying to heal itself. Wipe again in the evening and before bed. The next morning wipe area gently with a cold lightly damp sterile cloth. After wiping, apply a very small amount of ointment (if needed to reduce itching, use very small amount, do not over lubricate). KEEP AREA dry for 10 days. Recommendation for washing face would be to wash below the eyebrows and using facial cleansing wipes above the eyebrow. AVOID hot steamy showers, do not expose treat areas to full pressure of water, hot tubs, physical sweating, hot yoga, chorine pools, and tanning. This is very important time when you must protect the scab the most. Do not rub or pick at the epithelial crust; allow it to flake off on its own. There should be no scrubbing, cleansing creams, makeups or chemicals of any kind applied to the eyebrows. Use total sun block after your permanent make-up has completely heal in 14 days to prevent future fading.
Please keep in mind color intensity will be sharper, brighter, darker and somewhat larger due to swelling. It will take a minimum of 10-14 days for this transition and the true color and shape to appear. There will be a 20-50% change in lightening and softening for brows, in some cases there will be unevenness of pigment or even missing, don’t be alarmed! This is the best time for you to critique any color or design changes prior to our touch-up.
Touch-ups are scheduled five weeks after the first appointment at $99. Additional maybe be applied for touch-ups scheduled after 45 days, appointments cancelled with a 24-hour period of schedule appointment, no-shows or if post procedures have not been followed correctly. If necessary, an appointment for a third touch-up may be scheduled at a minimum charge of an additional $99+
If you have an infection, adverse reaction or allergic reaction to the procedure you must notify Sopha Habb and understand and agree to contact a medical or health practitioner immediately to seek treatment regarding the condition and of your own financial responsibility.
Other risks involved with the procedure may include, but not limited to: infections, allergic and other reaction(s) to applied pigment, allergic and other reaction(s) to products applied during and after the procedure, migration or spreading of pigment, fading of colors, color variation and other unknown risks.
If you have any of the following conditions you may not be a good candidate for microblading.
Abnormal Heart Condition
High or Low Blood Pressure
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Latex, Novocain, Lidocaine,Tetra Cain