We specialise in innovative types of eyebrow tattooing – Ombre / Powder brows, Micropigmentation, Nanoneedle Hair Strokes and Microblading.
Permanent eyebrow tattoo allows women to solve several problems: save time on every day make up and hide some imperfections. It became very popular and fashionable thanks to new cosmetic technologies and tattooing techniques
What Are OMBRE or POWDER brows?
Ombre Brows (also known as Powder or Shaded Brows) is a semipermanent MakeUp procedure, where through the manual process of implementing pigment into the top layer of skin.
In recent years, in cosmetology, powder technique for eyebrow tattoos is gaining more and more popularity. It is distinguished by a more gentle surface method of applying pigment, while the vascular layer of the epidermis is not damaged. The sacrum is almost not allocated, which greatly facilitates the work of the master, since the pigment is not ejected by the lymph. In the process of powder tattooing, the effect of light shadow is created under the hairs of your eyebrows, which allows you to avoid excessive contrast, sharp graphic contours and achieve the most natural, voluminous appearance of eyebrows.
The procedure is usually a three-steps process that includes touchup session 6-8 weeks after the first treatment. The skin regenerates fully in 24 days and we are able to enhance the color and shape in the touchup cession
*This technique differs from Microblading in that we create misty, powder-filled brows resembling the look of Makeup. We use a single-use needle and machine for Permanent MakeUp
This technique (unlike Microblading) is suitable for any skin type (oily or dry), and for any age as it looks very natural. This technique does not damage your skin, it gives a soft appearance of full enhanced brows.
Ombre brows last for 1-3 years depending on skin type
What is Microblading?
*Microblading is famous for the very natural looking hair added to make your brows fuller and shaped to the desired look.
With Microblading we use a single-use hand tool, called blade and the technique is – to implement the pigment into the skin by cutting the skin.
Microblading is not suitable for every skin type – we consider the dry skin is good for Microblading. However, if you use make-up often, if you exercise a lot, like a pool or sauna, Microblading will fade very quickly and you will need to touch up more often.
Micropigmentation VS. Microblading: What is the difference?
Microblading is a current trend for pigmenting eyebrows. Compared to convenntional permanent makeup it lasts much shorter, only one to ten months. The reason for this is the bigger trauma for the skin: in microblading, the artist uses blades with which he cuts the skin very finely by hand. This injures the skin and so the color is flushed out by blood and body fluids. The result: the artist has to bring more and more color in order achieve better results.
The results are lines that are reminiscent of hairlines. Various factors influence the treatment’s outcome and determine how long the pigments might remain in the skin. The skin type and the skin structure of the customer can significantly influence the results. Microblading is not suitable for some skin types.
The innovation: digital blading and powerful shading! The new nano-gradient needle configurations create the look of microblading with the benefits of micropigmentation.
FACTS CHECK: Microblading
- Unsuitable for many applications such as lips, eyes and medical pigmentation
- Eyebrows can only be shaded to a limited extent
- Recommended only for young or medium skin types as well as thick skin e.g. Asian skin
- Unsuitable for older customers with thin, sensitive or dry skin
- Higher level of trauma compared to PMU, more bleeding and swelling during the treatment
- Long healing process
- No accurate conntrol of scribing depth: if the treatment is performed too deeply, colors will heal too cool or gray
- Scars can occur, then neither laser treatment nor micropigmentation can help anymore
- Results last only for 1 – 10 months.
What Is Nanoneedle Hairstroke or Micropigmentation?
Nanoneedle hair stroke performed with nanoneedle and machine for PMU
The stroke simulates your hair, in the same way as Microblading, however, is very safe for your skin
Its looks very natural and we can add some shading to make your brows look fuller and realistic
What Materials do we use?
We use the best pigment line on the market Li-aqua and Li-velvet Line Made in the USA. Also we use Permablend Line Made in USA. These pigments formulated for PMU using organic products.
We use only single-use Vortex nanoneedles, specially designed for PMU and made in the USA
We use a Xion machine designed and made in the USA especially for PMU artists. All other materials are single-use only as Safety is the First Importance for our clients
Our uniqueness is what makes us who we are; no two women are alike. In this sense, every one of us truly embodies perfection. And when we choose to embrace this, enhancing and accentuating ourselves in the most authentic way, we stay true to ourselves and to the depth of our personalities.
- Is the clinic safe?
Yes, we are registered with the local Health Council and have procedures in place to maintain a sterile safe environment for our clients. We only use one-use disposable needles and supplies.
2. Contraindications of treatments
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is advisable that you do not go ahead with this procedure.
- If you are prone to Keloid Scarring.
- If you suffer from any major health conditions-we will require a letter of approval from your Doctor or Specialist.
- If you have any allergies to hair dyes, makeup or jewelry.
- If you are taking certain medications.
- If you are currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment, you will need your Doctors approval, and a letter from your specialist.
- We advise not to consume Aspirin, Ibuprofin, caffeine or alcohol 24-48 hours prior to your procedure. Fish oil one week prior. However, do not discontinue any medications before consulting your Doctor.
- Tattooing will not be performed over blemishes, sores, and moles around the brow area.
- If you are sick with a bacterial or viral infection, you will need to call us immediately to reschedule your appointment.
- Avoid cosmetic injectables, skin treatments at least two weeks prior and two weeks after your cosmetic tattoo.
3. What pigments do we use?
We use 2 lines of pigments -the Tina Davies and Permablend line. This pigment line is 100% safe and cruelty-free. These pigments are sterilized, have never been tested on animals, do not contain animal by-products and pass the recap 2008 regulations for the safety of semi-permanent make-up in Europe.
Li-Aqua and Li-Velvet line – Aqua™ & Velvet™ Pigments Micro-pigmentation (Permanent Cosmetic) Pigment Colours are specially formulated to minimize touch-ups leaving clients with beautiful color months and even years later!
Li Pigments accumulates all the knowledge corresponding to the specific processes related to developing cosmetic color pigments intended for a worldwide clientele demanding the highest standards. Li Pigments formulates, manufactures and distributes pigment products in a most innovative way. Never tested on animals.
4. How many treatments required for my brows to look perfect
It is a 2-step process. For most clients, a minimum of two treatments is usually needed, at least 6-8 weeks apart.
Your Initial First Session is used to build the foundation of your brows, and create symmetry and balance to the face.
Your First Perfecting Session, is to perfect the brow shape and add more substance to the brow.
You should know that the scab formed after the procedure is a normal phenomenon, a natural process that in no way depends on the professionalism of the master, but is completely regulated by your body. To obtain a quality result of permanent makeup, a number of recommendations should be strictly observed:
*In no case should the scab be torn off, combed, since the skin under the wounds remains susceptible to infections. If the tattooed skin itching it means that good healing is underway.
*Eyebrows can not be steamed, wet, rubbed with a towel; you can’t sleep with your face down on the pillow;
*You can not tint eyebrows with a cosmetic pencil, do peels and face masks, use foundation, various scrubs, powder;
*regrown hairs can not be plucked or shaved;
*with care, wash your hair so that water does not get in place of the tattoo, which will not allow the pigment to evenly distribute; we recommend using a thin layer of Vaseline during the shower.
*during eyebrow healing, it is not recommended to go to the gym, sunbathe, visit the solarium, pool, and sauna, especially you should try to avoid getting bright sunlight on the tattoo or to minimize it. In summer, you need to wear a wide hat and sunglasses, as ultraviolet light will adversely affect the shade of the eyebrows.
*We strictly do not recommend to use alcohol-containing tonics, lotions, and napkins, washing can be replaced by neat rubbing with cleansing water so as not to irritate the skin;
*When you apply vaseline or healing balm use a new cotton bud or make sure your hands are washed with the antibacterial liquid right before.
Since tattooing is a microtrauma of the skin, the body gives an appropriate reaction to it. During the recovery period, the color of the tattoo becomes bright, the shape of the eyebrows is distorted.
Do not be afraid of too rich and unnatural color of eyebrows. After healing, the pigment will lose its density and color will fade.
The scab will disappear in 7-10 days; You will need a touch up once after 4-5 weeks.
The result of permanent eyebrow makeup will last long enough (from 1-3 years) and will delight its owner every day.