MICROBLADING, POWDERFILL, & COMBINATION EYEBROWS
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Microblading is a form of permanent makeup using a manual handtoool to implant individual hair strokes of pigment into the surface of the dermal layer of the skin.  The hair strokes mimic and look like natural hairs, giving you a 'fuller brow' look. Since we are depositing the pigment so close to the surface, you will need a touchup every 6-12 months to keep the color and shape looking crisp and fresh.
Powderfill is also a form of permanent makeup using a manual handtool rather than a machine, and is also known as the Softap method.  This method is more of a solid powder fill and gives you the look of doing your eyebrows with a brow pencil or powder makeup.  We deposit the pigment a little deeper into the dermal layer of the skin so you can go a little longer between touchups, usually 1-3 years depending on your aftercare and how well your skin holds onto the pigment.
MICROBLADING vs. POWDERFILL BROWS
Powderfill will look a little more dark and harsh immediately after the procedure than microblading whereas microblading looks pretty crisp and natural immediately after the procedure.  However, both Microblading and Powderfill brows heal to a soft and natural look in the end.  
I also combine both methods, giving you a more defined arch and tail using the powderfill technique with a softer hairstroke front using the microblading method, this is what I call the COMBINATION BROW.
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