This procedure can mimic the appearance of hair in the brow line. It can also achieve a fullness to thinning or light colored eyebrows. Light shades of color can be implanted with a “hairline stroke”/"microblading" or by using the traditional technique to achieve a very natural appearance.
For all micro-pigmentation procedures includes a detailed explanation of desired procedure, discussion of pigments, color choices, pre and post procedure care information. Your health history will be taken to determine if this procedure is advisable.
A skin test is performed in a chosen area and pre procedure photographs are taken for our records. These are held confidentially as a part of your record.
We discuss risks versus benefits of the procedure will be discussed as well as the reasonable outcome of your desired procedure. Costs of the consultation and skin test, to be paid at the time, as well as a deposit for the procedure will be taken to schedule an appointment for the procedure.
For the best results
It is best to not disturb the site by scrubbing and washing the site more than recommended. Applying a topical antibiotic for five to seven days will be the best way to ensure normal healing and retention of the implanted pigments. For the best results, it is imperative to wear an approved sun product on a daily basis. Failure to do so may result in fading.
The most common misconception about micro-pigmentation is that it is permanent. It is permanent in the respect that it will not wash off like cosmetics. But it cannot be considered permanent because the pigments eventually fade and may even disappear over time. Fading can occur within a year while some people experience no fading even after five or more years. Fading is more common in the eyebrow area, and the nipple areola complex. The oiliness of your skin may contribute to loss of pigments along with improper aftercare and not using an SPF daily. When fading occurs, most people choose to have a touch up treatment. Be prepared to pay an additional fee for cost of materials and time for any touch up appointments.
Colors of pigments placed within the skin can and do look different from one person to another. This is because each individual’s body chemistry is unique and their skin tone/color differs, as well as how this may affect fading. It is possible that colors will appear different than anticipated by you. We will make every effort to help you select the best shade and color that will be the most attractive.
All micropigmentation treatments require a consultation.