What is Microblading and Shading?
Microblading is an innovative method of permanent makeup designed to enhance the eyebrows.
Microblading involves a certified and licensed microblading artist who uses a manual tool with a very fine needle grouping to draw individual hairs and concurrently insert pigment into the skin, creating the illusion of full and perfectly shaped beautiful eyebrows. Shading is complimentary to your microblading procedure with us. It creates depth to your brows giving them that natural ombre effect.
Who is Microblading and Shading for?
Anyone can be a candidate for microblading and shading!
The ideal client may be someone who has patchy, thin, or uneven eyebrows and are looking for the most natural looking results, or they may want to eliminate the time it takes to draw their brows in the morning. There are some exceptions to who may be or not be a candidate determined by certain medical conditions or medications being taken. Please refer to our section on those conditions under, “Who Should Avoid Microblading and Shading?”
Why Browboss Brow & Beauty
At Browboss Brow & Beauty our number one priority is the client and their satisfaction.
Our brow artists perform microblading treatments with our own unique style of brow shaping and natural strokes. This specific technique developed by our very own Master Brow Artist, Leslie Ritchie, has been perfected over her 6 years of experience, attending the top Microblading Academies, and establishing her own microblading and shading courses through her Browboss Academy.
Prepare for your appointment
First time Microblading Clients
It is absolutely important to us that you get the best results at your microblading appointment, so it is essential that you follow the pre-care instructions below:
At least 30 days prior: Avoid facials, chemical peels, botox near the eyes and brow area.
At least 1 week prior: Avoid Retin-A, Hydrophoxl, Vitamin E, Fish Oil and waxing in the brow area.
At Least 24 Hours Prior: Avoid alcohol, coffee, and taking over the medications such as aspirin or ibuprofen.
All Last Clients
(New and Current)
Please be sure to arrive with NO eye make-up. Any make-up residue will impact your overall retention.
Day One: Gently wash your eyebrows with a cotton round and gentle cleanser every hour after the procedure. Pat dry with a clean paper towel and apply a thin layer of aftercare balm.
Day Two: Repeat day one aftercare instructions every two to three hours
Day Three to Seven: Gently wash, pat dry and apply balm once in the morning and once before bed.
Avoid the following until your brows are healed: Wetting the brows between washings, heavy sweating, salt water, chlorine, lotions, spf, other healing balms, makeup on the brows, exfoliants, steamy showers, baths, and saunas.
Please wear a hat in the sun. Please do not pick at your brows while they heal.