Back to School, Back to YOU!
Back to school season is here. This fall, you may be going back to college or starting a job as a teacher at a new school. It is even possible that you’re not going back to school, but you still want to take this time to transform your image. Back to school season is all about making a positive first impression, so consider microblading this fall!
Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup treatment that creates natural, symmetrical, and perfectly shaped eyebrows. The treatment involves the application of pigments to the brow area using a tiny blade. A professional microblading artist will apply the pigments to the brow area in small, hair-like strokes. These pigments resemble your natural eyebrows but improve the shape, tint, and fullness of your brows. Whether you have sparse eyebrows or you don’t like the shape of your natural eyebrows, you can enjoy the results of microblading.
Doing your eyebrow makeup every single morning takes time and money. Instead of spending 20 minutes in the morning drawing on your eyebrows with gels, brushes, pomades, and powders, consider microblading. With microblading, you can wake up every single morning with flawless eyebrows. The results of microblading can last for up to three years. The pigments applied to your brow area are applied deep enough to where they won’t fade overnight, but not so deep that they are permanent (like a tattoo).
Microblading is nearly painless. Before your treatment, your professional artist will use a numbing cream to numb the brow area. During the procedure, some people feel a slight tingling sensation, while others feel nothing at all. Some people are so relaxed that they fall asleep during their microblading procedure. This treatment usually lasts around 2 hours between your pre-treatment consultation, the application of your numbing cream, and the actual microblading process.
Interested in microblading this back-to-school season? If so, get in touch with Flash Brows by Heather Gordon! Schedule your appointment with us by calling 972-804-4555.