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What is Permanent Makeup?

Microblading is probably the most popular permanent makeup treatment! Using a fine needle, the artist deposit pigment directly under the skin to mimic the strokes of natural eyebrow hairs to recreate fuller, natural-looking brows.

We also offer other techniques such as Powder Brows, Fusion Brows done with combination of manual and machine technique to create desired looks.

  • Is permanent makeup similar to tattooing?
    It has some of the same qualities, yet it is very different. Only specialists in micro-pigmentation can perform this procedure on the face; tattoo artists cannot.
  • Is permanent makeup a safe procedure?
    The procedures are performed under sterile conditions, using only disposable needle cartridges and with digitally controlled implantation device. There are no long-term side effects; short-term effects may include some redness, swelling, and tenderness. There are no known allergic reactions to pigments.
  • How long does the procedure take to complete?
    The average time required for a procedure is between one to two hours.
  • What kind of healing time is involved? Is any care required after the procedure?
    Some swelling and redness can be expected for up to 24 hrs. No cold compress so remove that. Regular routine to be resumed after procedure. Water should not touch eyebrows for 48 hrs. Avoid exercise, sweating, hot showers for a week. No tanning, swimming for 14 days. No facial, laser, or chemical peels for a month. Healing time for eyebrows is 14 days.
  • How is the specific desired look and shades of coloring determined?
    Tanvi Godiawala Shah conducts an extensive consultation regarding both the exact contouring and coloring desired. She will recommend the specific treatment and shades to best complement your own skin tones, hair color, wardrobe, and lifestyle.
  • How long does permanent makeup last?
    Gradual fading can be expected for all micro-pigmentation procedures. This varies among people and is dependent on the specific shade used, personal care routine and sun exposure. Most colors last three to five years, although some may not fade for as long as 10 years. Periodic touchups are recommended to maintain the desired look.
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