Microblading Eyebrows - Beauty By Fox

Microblading Eyebrows

Microblading
Eyebrows

Microblading Eyebrows

Microblading eyebrows also known as 3D eyebrow embroideryinvolve simulating hair strokes to give the appearance of naturally full eyebrows. These hair-like strokes are produced by dipping a microblade tip into a densely pigmented ink and implanting it into the skin following the growth pattern of the natural left hairs. In case, for any reason, the eyebrows are not practically existent, we at Paris Permanent Makeup Clinic & Academy are able to get a clear picture of where they need to be by observing the position of your eyes and bone structure.

Besides pure microblading, other methods have been recently developed to give the fans of the permanent makeup for eyebrows more satisfaction by offering them more options to fill their eyebrows. The effects of microblading and other similar methods normally last 1-3 years depending on your skin type, age, how well you regularly take care of your skin and the darkness of the chosen color.

Microshading

Microshading is suitable for those who want to go for microblading but have very little to no eyebrow hair or have oily skins.  In microshading, in addition to the hair-like strokes, a shadow effect is created by a microshading machine.

Combo Eyebrows

Combo eyebrows just like microshading is a combinational method. In combo brows, in addition to the hair-like strokes, a powder-like effect is created by a tattoo machine.

Nanobrows

Nanobrows or more specifically nanoblading for eyebrows is similar to microblading except for the part that the needle used in nanobrows is super fine. As a result, the emulated eyebrow hairs look even more natural than in microblading

 

 

Who Are These Techniques for?


According to people’s preferences, these permanent makeup techniques for eyebrows are suitable for those who :

  • Want to fix asymmetrical eyebrows
  • Have over plucked or over waxed their eyebrows
  • Have lost their eyebrows due to medical reasons
  • Are fed up with using eyebrow pencil daily

Eyebrows Tattoo Color Correction with Microblading

If your old eyebrows tattoo has turned faded red or blue or is too dark, Paris Permanent Makeup Clinic & Academy is able to perform microblading to fix it. In this case, you can only select the color for the treatment from a range of dark colors.

 

 

The Best Permanent Makeup for Eyebrows in Orange County

Located in Huntington Beach, Beauty by Fox Permanent Makeup Clinic & Microblading, Microshading, Combo Eyebrows, and Nanobrows are available to all those who look for perfection.

What Our Clients Say

Don’t doubt! This is the place that you’re looking for! She is a patient, professional and has a great attitude. I am so lucky to find her! Thank you Paris for the fantastic job. Very pleased with my new brows. Highly recommended!

by Patric Stone

Don’t doubt! This is the place that you’re looking for! She is a patient, professional and has a great attitude. I am so lucky to find her! Thank you Paris for the fantastic job. Very pleased with my new brows. Highly recommended!

by Patric Stone

Don’t doubt! This is the place that you’re looking for! She is a patient, professional and has a great attitude. I am so lucky to find her! Thank you Paris for the fantastic job. Very pleased with my new brows. Highly recommended!

by Patric Stone

Permanent Makeup FAQ ──

I Already Have Permanent Makeup From a Prior Procedure, Can It be updated or Improved?

Before providing you with a definitive answer, we have to analyze your current tattoo condition. You can send clear pictures to PMU@Beautybyfox.com (714) 933-1489 and we will come back to you soon.

How Long Does A Permanent Makeup Procedure Take?

Each treatment session of microblading eyebrows,ombré brows, permanent eyeliner, lip blushing, skin camouflage and scalp micropigmentation takes about 1.5-2 hours. After the healing period which takes approximately 4-6 weeks, if any adjustments are needed a second session can be booked. The second session takes about thirty minutes to one hour. Normally those with an oily skin type are more likely than others to need more than two sessions to get the perfect outcome.

Am I a Good Candidate for Permanent Makeup?

Due to the probability of premature labor and other adverse events, we don’t perform permanent makeup procedures on pregnant clients. Additionally, those clients with skin conditions such as Eczema, Dermatitis, Rosacea, large facial pores and etc are advised to consult with their Dr before starting their intended permanent makeup procedure.

Are There Any Risks or Side Effects Involved?

Risks though very rare and uncommon are not impossible. Some people may experience allergic reactions. In that case, you may visit your Dr to treat the allergy. Another risk that is even less likely than allergic reactions is infection which usually happens if clients don’t follow the aftercare instructions from the artist. As long as you are in our clinic, you can be sure that we take every necessary step and precaution to minimize the risks involved with permanent makeup.

Are Permanent Makeup Procedures Painful?

If we tell you not at all, it is definitely not true. However, how painful they are is very subjective and varies from person to person. Nonetheless, in all the permanent makeup procedures we use topical anesthetics to numb the area under treatment. We take the utmost care in ensuring your safety and comfort during the permanent makeup procedures.

What Is Permanent Makeup?

Permanent cosmetic makeup is cosmetic tattooing. The specialized techniques used for permanent cosmetics are often referred to as “micropigmentation” or “micropigment implantation”. The cosmetic implantation technique deposits colored pigment into the upper reticular layer of the dermis.

Is It Really Permanent?

Well, the reason that permanent makeup is also called semi-permanent makeup is that since the pigments are tattooed into the outermost layer of the skin, they eventually start to fade. However, the pigments cannot be washed off and depending on where they are placed, they can last between one to five years.