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3D Brows

Age is sometimes not nice to our brows! Somehow, they start to disappear. They lose their fullness due to a lack of hormones in our bodies as we embrace the golden years. And some people are just born with less eyebrows than the average. But we have options. 3D brows are here.

3D brows are a process of implanting cosmetic pigment into the upper dermis of the skin with a manual hand-tool to create the appearance of natural hair. ... Microblading is meant to be a subtle, natural enhancement to create the illusion of fuller brows.

It is semi-permanent and can last anywhere from 1 to 3 years depending on how you care for them. The process can take up to 3 hours and there is a follow touch up in weeks after the procedure to make sure everything looks perfect, and this will not take as long. You’ll ditch having to fill in those brows every day.

Every person has to have a consult which is a cost of $50 deposit. If you do not qualify for services your money is completely refunded if you don't show up for your appointment it is not refunded unless you call or email us to let us know with in 24 hours that you are unable to keep your appointment. If you qualify for services, then that $50 is deducted from you service fee.

Is it painful? Well, it's like getting a tattoo painful however, numbing cream is used to help the process to be less painful. Sometimes your eyes will water. This is normal and one other quirky thing is that you may sneeze once or twice.

There's a healing process and once that is over then the second round is able to take place. Just to make sure that everything healed nicely and that slight adjustments can be perfected and finalized. They will be dark for the first week and will fade so it may be kind of a shock to actually see eyebrows especially if you have very little, so this is common and completely normal, but over time they fade to perfection in about a week.

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