Available In Pittsburgh, PA
What is Microblading
Eyebrow Microblading is a semi-permanent* makeup technique that will give you the perfectly-shaped and artistically-arched eyebrows you’ve always wanted! Don’t let your thin and sparse or short and shapeless eyebrows define you! With today’s “anything goes” style of brows -- you can thicken, elongate, and arch your eyebrows to best reflect your personality and style. From classic eyebrows to dramatic eyebrows and even extreme – Our certified eyebrow specialists will give you the eyebrows you want so you can feel your most beautiful!
Benefits of Eyebrow Microblading
- Elongate a Shortened Eyebrow
- Create the Perfect Arch
- Restore Thin, Sparse Brows
The first step in eyebrow Microblading is having a personalized consultation with our eyebrow specialist. Based on your personal style and facial shape, your specialist will recommend the eyebrow shape best suited to your needs. If you love the idea of your brow, as discussed during your consultation, your specialist will create your new brow shape using proper symmetry and artistry with the Microblading technique.
Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique that looks as if it’s your naturally-growing hair. Originating in Asia, and gaining popularity around the globe for its natural look, Microblading allows people with no brows or thin eyebrows to achieve fuller, thicker, more youthful-looking brows.
Using pigment that is matched closely to your natural hair color, very fine and precise strokes are made to the epidermis. Because the pigment is placed in the epidermis layer of skin, Microblading is considered a semi-permanent* application, lasting 12-18 months. The results of eyebrow Microblading are very natural-looking because of the precision and technique applied.
Will The Microblading Damage My Natural Eyebrows?
No, the Microblading technique will not damage your naturally-growing hair.
How Long Does Eyebrow Microblading Last?
Eyebrow Microblading is considered semi-permanent* makeup and lasts about 12-18 months.