Permanent Eyebrows otherwise known as Eyebrow Tattoos are used to enhance and reshape your own natural brow creating a natural looking brow for someone who lacks hair growth. This procedure is done by using a shading needle and injecting pigment into the dermal layer of the skin. Once the procedure has healed your brow hair will fall on top of the pigment and provide a natural appearance. A 30 day touch-up is often required in order to achieve the desired results. Permanent Eyebrows typically lasts 1-3 years before requiring a color boost. A color boost is performed when pigment has faded and needs enhancement. While performing the procedure a topical numbing agent is applied to offer clients relief. Permanent Eyebrows will heal in approximately 7-10 days heal and lighten about 40%.
Microblading otherwise known as feather brows or microbladed eyebrows is done the same way as permanent makeup except that a blade is used instead of a needle to create a 3D brow appearance. Instead of a solid shading, this perfect stroke mimics your own hair. It can be used to add to your existing brows or recreate a brow with a series of strokes. Because a blade is used it is slightly more painful than permanent makeup, however, a topical numbing agent is applied to make you more comfortable. A 30 day touch-up is often needed in order to perfect the brow depending on the client. Clients generally return for a color boost every 1-3 years in order to freshen the color just like permanent make up. A combination of the microblading and permanent makeup can be done as well, which is considered "the feather brow" look. Microbaded eyebrows take approximately 7-10 days to heal and lighten 20-30%.
Microneedling is a procedure done by a micropigmentation technician who uses a series of needles in order to enter the dermis which is the deeper layer of skin. Microneedling is used to treat the following:
Remove acne scarring
Help lessen acne
Scalp stimulation for alopecia
Corect uneven skin pigmentation
Diminish stretch marks
Permanent eyeliner is used to define your eyes by making them appear larger and bolder. A thinner line is used for individuals who want a soft lash enhancement while a thicker more pronounced line is used for a more glamorous look. This procedure is done with a needle and reaches the dermis layer of the skin and topical numbing agent is applied as well as eye drops to assure ease of the procedure. Permanent eyeliner takes about 5-7 days to heal and lightens about 30-40%.
Permanent Lip Liner and Fill:
A soft lip liner on the outside of the lips can be used to accent them and make them appear fuller. When adding the entire lip shading to this procedure it provides the appearance of a permanent look needing nothing but ointment or chapstick to add shine if desired. Kelly has a variety of colors from soft mauve to bold red depending on the client's undertones and the look that they desire. An ombre lip is also a wonderful option. This procedure is done with a needle which deposits pigment into the dermal layer of the skin. Lip liner and shading often require a 30 day touch up depending on the client and generally lasts from 1-3 years before the client needs to return for a color boost in order to freshen up the color. A topical numbing agent is applied to minimize pain. Lip procedures heal in 3-5 days and it is normal for swelling to occur for 24 hours following the procedure. Permanent lips lighten about 50% after the initial procedure.
Many people choose to create a natural or vibrant beauty mark to generate a unique sexy signature look or darken their own beauty mark to add definition. This procedure is done with a needle and reaches the dermal layer of the skin. A topical numbing agent is applied but usually not needed for this small quick procedure.
Permanent Makeup Corrections:
Corrections are generally done when a client comes to Kelly after having a procedure done by another technician that they are unhappy with. If cosmetic ink is not used and the skin type of an individual is not assessed properly, colors can appear gray, blue, green, purple and red. In some cases if the pigment has faded enough it can be corrected with one application. Most corrections require at least 2 visits and sometimes certain areas can be camouflaged or removed with a saline solution. This procedure is done with a needle or microblade depending on the unique circumstance of the client's skin and color. Microneedling is another way to remove unwanted ink. A topical numbing agent is applied to assure ease of the procedure.
This procedure can be done with a pigment that matches your unique skin undertone in order to correct small pigmentation complications or scars.
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