Microblading is a cutting edge method of permanent makeup designed to enhance the eyebrows. It involves a certified and licensed microblading artist using a hand held tool with a very fine needle grouping to draw individual hairs, creating the illusion of full and perfectly shaped beautiful eyebrows.
Ombre / Powder Brows
Ombre/Powder Brows are created with a micropigmentation machine and it is recommended for clients that want a soft or darker ombre makeup look. The front of the brows will be soft and light while the tail is more defined. This procedure is also recommended for clients that are not good candidates for microblading due to either previous permanent makeup, large pores or oily skin. This technique tends to last longer and is overall better for the integrity of the skin.
A combined technique between Microblading and Powder Brows. This technique first uses a handheld blade to deposit 3D realistic hairlike strokes only at the front of the eyebrows. Machine shading is then added from the mid section to the tail area.
A combined technique that first uses a handheld blade to deposit 3D realistic hairlike strokes. Manual shading or machine shading is then added in between hairstrokes giving a fuller blended look and a more defined tail. Particularly recommended for clients who have uneven brows and sparse sections.
A semi-permanent technique that lasts up to 3 years, gives the illusion of fuller lips by naturally enhancing, redefining and balancing lip color and shape. Ideal for clients who have lost color from aging or fillers, and have pale lips or dark/hyperpigmentation on lips. Lip Blush does not result in a lipstick effect, is natural looking and can give more vibrancy.
Angel Tattoo Removal
The first removal product specifically designed for eyebrows.
A non-laser, manual technique, designed to safely remove 99.9% of all tattoo pigments from the skin. In particular, pigments from permanent makeup. Angel Removal is a chemical method, using active ingredients from acids of antioxidant fruits that help attract pigment to the skin’s surface to be eliminated.