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We do not offer threading, tinting, waxing or eyebrow extensions. Only Microblading.

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Microblading, We believe that one strand of hair can make or break the perfect eyebrow

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Browbeat Studio Advanced Microblading Micro-Ombre

MICRO + OMBRÉ



(Microblading and Deep Shading)

Micro - ombré combines both microblading and deep shading. The front of the brow is defined with strokes. Deep shading is used to define the tail of the brow.

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MICROBLADING



(Hair Strokes)
Microblading uses hairline strokes to mimic hair. Microblading fills in gaps and makes an eyebrow complete.

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Micro-Powder Combo



(Hair Strokes and Powder Shading)
A micro-powder combo uses both microblading and shading. Powder shading is graduated from the bottom of the brow getting lighter as it reaches the top. A micro-powder combo makes microblading look fuller and more defined as it accentuates the bottom line making it crisp and clear.

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(MICRO-COMBO) REVERSE OMBRÉ



(Microblading and defined tail shading)
For a more natural looking brow, microblading and reverse ombré can be merged together. Microblading natural hair strokes at the front and bottom, then a gradual and fuller shading pigment until the final point of the tail.

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Microblading and LIGHT shading



(Microblading and Subtle Transparent Shading))
Micro – Light shading combines both microblading and subtle shading. Subtle shading can be useful for corrective purposes when merging brow hair with patches of skin.

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OMBRÉ SHADING



(Microblading and Deep Shading)
Micro – ombré combines both microblading and deep shading. The front of the brow is defined with strokes. Deep shading is used to define the tail of the brow with the shading gradually getting lighter towards the head of the brow. Ombré shading is dense and opaque and lines are sharp and crisp.

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MICROBLADING & FULL SOFT SHADING



(Microblading and medium shading)
Micro – full soft shading combines both microblading and medium shading. The front of the brow is defined with strokes. Shading although heavier, is transparent. Shading lines are left soft not sharp and crisp.

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MICROBLADING & LOWER ARCH SHADING



(Microblading and Deep Shading Focused on the Lower Arch)
Micro – lower arch shading combines both microblading and deep shading. Deep shading is used to define the lower arch of the brow with the shading gradually getting lighter towards the top of the brow. Lower arch shading is dense and dramatic.

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HALF MICROBLADING & TAIL SHADING



(Half Microblading and Defined Dramatic Tail Shading)

Half micro – tail shading combines both microblading and shading. Tail shading can be useful for added drama and definition. In addition, tail shading may be utilized for corrective purposes to merge heavy front eyebrow hair with blank hairless skin.

Eyebrows. They can make or break your look

Eyebrow tattoo Microblading. everyone wants a natural look but, unfortunately, all eyebrows are not born equally. Microblading can even out the playing field by creating hair that isn’t really there Microblading eyebrows.

Microblading, also known as hairline strokes and feather lines, is the art of giving your eyebrows a fuller look. Microblading uses a tiny blade that deposits pigment slightly below the skin for a semi-permanent look that can last for years depending on your rate of cell regeneration.

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What is Microblading?

So, you’re in the market to research about microblading. Maybe you’re looking for cosmetic tattoos, or how to achieve perfect eyebrows. Whatever your reason might be, you’ve come to the right place.

Microblading is semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing in which a small hand-held tool made of several tiny needles is used to microblade natural-looking eyebrows into the skin.

When you’ve tried every pencil, powder, pigment, gel, and stencil at your favorite cosmetic store and your brows are still sparse, try microblading. It is a semi-permanent fix for thin brows that will achieve your eyebrow goals.

Microblading has grown steadily in popularity over the past couple of years, and now everyone’s mother knows about the once under-the-radar service. And with good reason: nothing out there is as long-lasting nor natural-looking as this technique.

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Microblading is a form of tattooing, but it’s results are nothing like the traditional tattoo.

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Unlike a regular tattoo, microblading is a form of cosmetic tattoos where pigment is implanted under your skin. The technician draws hair-like strokes with the tool to mimic natural hairs in your brows even though it’s not as deep as the regular tattoo.

Microblading came to the world two years ago, and the popular beauty service has evolved since then. Today, there are different types of eyebrow makeup techniques such as micro feathering, and ombré or microshading.

Facts about Microblading

  • Preparation is key

There are some things you need to avoid before getting microbladed, namely, anything that will thin out your blood. If you drink a lot, take aspirin or use retinol, stop one week before your treatment. Retinol makes your skin thin, and then you bleed a little more. So avoid blood thinners, aspirin, anything caffeinated, and alcohol during the healing process.

  • It doesn’t hurt

The overall pain of microblading feels just like little scratches. You will the procedure going on, but it’s not unbearable. It’s not like having a baby. At BrowBeat Studio, we prepare our patients’ brows with topical numbing cream and apply it throughout the process to dull any discomfort. If you have low pain tolerance, we say that it’s best if you use a cream for numbing an hour beforehand the process.

  • Aftercare is essential

Aftercare means protecting your freshly-bladed brows from all moistures. It means no sweaty workouts, swimming, or washing your face with water for a whole week. If you get them wet, the scab comes off too early, and you will lose the pigment.

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Some patients experience itching and redness during the first week, which Vaseline can alleviate. Slight redness and mild swelling are normal. Aftercare ointments are provided during your first appointment. Brows will also look slightly darker at first, but the color will fade 30 to 40 percent. Overall, they look great right away, and you don’t have to hide.

You will also have to avoid visiting your makeup artist and other putting on any product on your eyebrows while they heal since it’s like an open wound.

  • Results can last up to three years

Depending on their skin and lifestyle, our clients come back for touch-ups once every six months or up to three years if they wait for the tattooed eyebrows to fade.

While they will be long-lasting, clients should have realistic expectations and understand the brows will naturally fade. Your body might metabolize pigment more quickly, or if your skin is oilier, the pigment breaks down faster. Strokes soften and blur a bit. If you think it’ll stay looking precisely like hairs forever and stay sharp, that’s not going to happen.

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