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The most distinguishing feature that differentiates people from one another are their eyes! Eyebrows help emphasis your eyes, accentuate your expressions and give symmetry to your beauty. The perfect brows can improve the appearance of your face. e.g. drooping eyebrows or clown face rounded brows. Having the right brows can also take years off your overall appearance. Therefore, it is vital to get those perfect brows!
We offer a couple of different methods to cater for each individual's taste.
3D Hair Stroke Eyebrows
The 3D Hair Stroke eyebrow method also known as Microblading or Brow Embroidery is the most popular technique for brow enhancement today. This method originated in Asia and has been used for decades. It's technique is used for creating the most natural brows. Delicate hair strokes are created to replicate natural hair using a special manual hand tool which ia attached to a fine blade. This helps to define and strengthen sparse or thin areas of the brow, leaving a completely natural looking 3d appearance. This innovative technique is far more natural looking than a solid fill (traditional makeup tattooing).
This technique offers a very subtle gradient effect as opposed to the 3D method. The process involves using two different shades of brown, the lighter shade is applied to the inner shape of the brows blending into a darker shade towards the middle and ends of the brow. This method uses a rotary machine which is a small tattoo device which looks like a pen. The needles rotate up and down which penetrates into the skin creating the tattoo. This type of method makes it easier for shading and coloring. It gives the appearance of shaded and penciled in brows as seen on Instagram nowadays.
3D & Ombre Eyebrows
Combining the two methods will give a more dense and fuller looking brow while still being able to achieve a beautiful result.
Requires two sessions. First session is the ombre followed by the 3D Hair Stroke a month after.
These semi-permanent brow methods are suited for those who have:
Lack of definition
Years of over plucking
Injury or the ageing process
Creating fullness to your existing brows
Medical (alopecia or chemotherapy treatment)