PhiBrows Microblading

Check out this great video. It gives you a good idea what to expect during your 2-3 hour microblading treatment.

What is Microblading?

Microblading is a fairly new and innovative method of enhancing eyebrows. It is semi-permanent makeup but unlike traditional techniques that use a machine, microblading is done by hand using a very fine blade to deposit pigment into the epidermis. The color is closer to the surface so the strokes appear crisp and more natural. There is no spilling under the skin.

 

The microblading pen uses sterile, packaged blades which glide with gentle pressure over the skin, causing fine cuts but the final outcomes does not look like a tattoo.

 

The results from microblading are natural looking, hair-like strokes that will enhance the look of your eyebrows.

Microblading is great for:

  • People whose hair has fallen out
  • When you’ve plucked your eyebrows and they won’t grow back
  • Busy people who don’t have time to put on makeup
  • People with uneven eyebrows

Microblading is a great solution because it:

  • Is so natural-looking that you don’t need any other makeup
  • Weather proof
  • Waterproof
  • Provides low maintenance
  • Is safe and natural
  • Uses plant-based ink

FAQs

Is it painful?

The level of discomfort is different for different people, depending on your tolerance of pain and how your condition that day. For sensitive people, we recommend taking Tylenol or Ibuprofen before the procedure.

How many sessions are needed?

The level of discomfort is different for different people, depending on your tolerance of pain and how your condition that day. For sensitive people, we recommend taking Tylenol or Ibuprofen before the procedure.

 

Healing after the first session takes about ten days. Initial redness will fade and any darkness of the eyebrows will lighten. As the color sets in, it will lighten over the next few weeks.

 

Four to six weeks later, there is a one to two-hour second session for touch-ups. The touch up session is necessary to adjust the color or thickness to provide you with complete satisfaction.

How long will it last?

We recommend annual retouching, but usually your eyebrows should keep for about 2-3 years, when they will start to fade. However, depending on your skin type – especially oily skin types – the fading can come earlier.

Who should not do microblading?

People who suffer from alopecia or other hair loss conditions can benefit greatly from microblading.

Microblading Procedure Step-by-Step Guide

1. Counseling

You will discuss what you want to have done, and what your ideal brows look like.

Microblading Consultation

2. Tattoo Peeling (starting Nov 2018)

We will remove any accumulated dirt and dead skin. If the skin is not properly exfoliated, infections can occur from inserting the blade into the dermis. This is done with tools made from natural materials.

3. Design

There is a balance to consider with one’s facial morphology and the golden proportions. This balance is carefully taken into consideration when the brows are designed and shaped in small millimeter increments, so that they beautifully complement your face. (I have set aside 1 hour for this consultation, so you have time to consider exactly what you want.)

Microblading Design

4. Procedure

The procedure is done using a medical stainless steel blade and FAD approved ink, together with anesthetic cream.

Microblading Procedure

5. Adjustments

In order that you may be completely satisfied, minute adjustments are made before it is all finished, to perfect the thickness and shape of the brows.

Microblading Adjustments

For pre and post procedure information