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6D MicroBlading for Eyebrows, Bald Spot & Hairline Restoration

6D MicroBlading for Eyebrows, Bald Spot & Hairline Restoration

I am a Medical Aesthetician and have been doing permanent cosmetics for over 20 years. I am also an accomplished artist, qualifying for many “Juried” art shows and a recent gallery exhibition.

I am extremely excited about this amazing procedure. Simply said, it is the most natural, beautiful way to tattoo the brow, restore the hairline, and fill in balding spots I have ever seen.

MicroBlading is a form of tattooing, but is semi-permanent. It is done with a pulling or swiping motion of a manual pen with a set of very fine needles. The result of MicroBlading is extremely realistic hair-like strokes. The hair-like strokes are fine, crisp, with extraordinary definition and dimension.

The pigments used in this method have been formulated to match the client’s original hair color and blend in perfectly. The result is natural, flawless, and fuller-looking.

Initially, the area will appear very dark, but fade significantly over a two-week period.

Eyebrows; it is critical to have a touch-up approximately 4-weeks after the procedure, as it is very difficult to predict how well the skin will retain the pigment. If needed; we can adjust the color, shape, and add more strokes to complete the look during touch-up.

Hairline/Bald Spot; holds the pigment very well if "After Care" procedures are followed.

The results can last anywhere from 6 months to 3 years, depending on aftercare and factors affecting the procedure. However, a touch up once a year is recommended to retain the shape and saturation of pigment.

I do corrective work as well. If you have a Tattoo or MicroBlading that needs help, please contact me. I currently do corrective work on some of the MicroBlading that has been botched.

Click on the links below for some of my "Before & After" pictures.

For more information and "Before and After" pictures, please check out my websites:

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