Does it hurt?
Clients report little to no pain. However, for my clients comfort and satisfaction, I use a topical anesthetic to deaden the area before we start the procedure, and a broken skin anesthetic during the procedure to keep you relaxed and comfortable. After the procedure, you may experience some sensitivity and minor swelling, but it will disappear with time.
How is color and shape picked for me?
I use the Fitzpatrick Scale and Color Theory to choose a pigment based on your natural hair color, skin tone, and undertones. Then I will shape your brows based on your bone structure and the asymmetries of your face. Once we're both happy with the mapping and color choice, we move forward!
Can I get my brows done if I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?
I do not perform cosmetic tattoo on any person who is pregnant or breastfeeding.
I got my brows done by someone else. Can you fix them?
Fixing brows is a case by case basis. It depends on the kind of work done, how old the work is, the color, your skin, and many other factors. I encourage clients to book a Consultation and include as much information as possible. Once we have the consultation I can assess whether I can rework your brows.
What will my brows look like immediately after?
Your brows will appear darker and bolder at the beginning. This is normal! In 7-10 days, the epidermis will flake and lighten in color. Once your brows finish peeling, they will have a shiny "silver skin" over the new skin underneath, making them lighter in appearance. This is also normal! Over the next 4-6 weeks your skin will heal and stabilize, allowing the color to fully bloom to the surface, revealing your gorgeous brows!
What will it look like once healed?
The goal is natural and beautiful brows with clean strokes and full hair, but results can vary! Difference in skin type, skin age, skin thickness, healing process, technique, and many more factors can change how your brows heal. Following after care procedure is the most important thing to maintaining your best brow healing.