Brows

Temporary or permanent, we have just the solution you are looking for. Eyebrows make such a difference in the overall appearance of your face.

Temporary Brows

Eyebrow Tint

​Eyebrow tinting is the process of applying semi-permanent dye to enhance, shape, and define your brows. It gives the appearance of thicker, more youthful-looking brows.

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Henna Eyebrow Tint​

An Australian beauty trend that has staying power, henna eyebrow tints are a semi-permanent form of eyebrow tinting using natural henna dye to stain the skin and brow hairs, which gives the illusion of depth and fullness in the brow area.

Eyebrow Lamination

​An innovative technique called Eyebrow Lamination came in from Russia. It is a perm for your brows, giving them a set, uniform shape for an extended period. Brow setting lotion helps brow hair stay brushed up and lifted upward for about six weeks. No matter what your brow concern is - gaps, thinning, over-plucking, unruliness - brow lamination is a fantastic solution and a great microblading alternative. 

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Permanent Brows

Ombre Brows or Powdered Brows

It is a semi-permanent eyebrow styling technique that creates a soft shaded brow pencil look. Ombre shading graces you with the one to three years of low maintenance for your brows. Some of the benefits of Ombre brows are: it is ideal for oily or sensitive skin, unlike microblading; it requires fewer touch-up appointments; it gives the appearance of fuller, defined brows. An important factor in choosing what technique to use is that microblading does not work for all skin types. For example, Microblading is not great for oily skin as the color does not show up effectively and can look blurry. Natural oils can also prevent the brows from healing correctly. On the other hand, it is possible to combine both techniques, microblading, and shading. For example, one can be used at the beginning of the brow (microblading), and the other (shading) can be used on the ends. 

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Microblading

Microblading is a semi-permanent technique of realistic eyebrow drawing where the shape of eyebrows is calculated according to the facial morphology and golden mean. The pigment is chosen according to your skin tone and hair color, so it matches the natural hair and eyebrows colors. It is applied to the surface layer of the second layer of your skin using sterilized disposable tools. Microblading can last anywhere from 11 to 18 months, depending on different factors affecting the procedure, such as oily or dry skin. The first touch-up is performed in 4 to 6 weeks to get the desired result. Microblading is intended for anyone over 18 (persons under 18 must be accompanied by their parents) who want to correct the aesthetic problems of their eyebrows.

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Before Care

24-hours before your appointment, clear away any dry, dead skin cells. For extreme areas, use a deep exfoliator no less than 24-hours before your session. Avoid using bar soaps, high pH shower products, or in-shower moisturizers.

After Care

Refrain from showering as long as possible, ideally for 24 hours. As with all DHA products, sunless color begins showing development approximately 4 hours post application and continues to darken for up to 24 hours. If you must shower before the 24 hours have elapsed, use a warm water rinse only. The use of soap can inhibit the full development of DHA. Never fear; cosmetic surface bronzers will wash away during the first shower. Note:: Chlorine can cause premature fading of sunless results.

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