Microblading uses micropigmentation (similar to a tattoo) to create perfect brows that last between one to three years. It may be used to fully reconstruct, define, cover gaps, or fill in brows that have been lost to over-tweezing or aging. Those who just want to add a slight arch are also great candidates. The process leaves your brows with an all-natural look that gradually fades over time. Your brow microblading technician will accentuate the bone structure of your brows and face to create pigmented brow areas that look completely natural. If you love the way your new-and-improved brows look — and we’re confident that you will — you can have them retouched as necessary.
Every procedure begins with a complimentary and confidential consultation. Consultations and procedures are conducted in a discreet, personal and private setting. The consultation is a critical component in working with the individual needs of each client, as well as determining skin color, areola size, shape and pigments to be used for the most natural and realistic look.
THE ART AND SCIENCE OF AREOLA RECONSTRUCTION
What makes an individual feel "whole again" after a mastectomy is incredibly personal and individual. Some are comfortable going flat, others feel that reconstructed breast mounds are enough, while others seeking full reconstruction feel the process isn't complete without reconstruction of the areola, a defining focal point of the breast. Regardless of one’s personal choice, the client is under no pressure for this decision as the areola tattoo may be completed at any time after the physician’s approval. The purpose of the 3D Areola Repigmetation Procedure is to restore the natural appearance of your breasts after mastectomy or reconstructive surgery. The goal is to diffuse scarring, correct symmetry, and restore the areola and nipple, as closely and naturally as possible, to its pre-surgical color and appearance.
Areola reconstruction is an art and a science that utilizes multiple flesh tone pigments, the play of light and shadow. The result is a 3-dimensional, anatomically realistic appearance. If you're considering a 3D areola tattoo, inform your surgeon prior to reconstructive surgery. Since scars can affect the placement of the tattoos, your surgeon can have your future plans in mind when considering where incisions are made. Each nipple tattoo takes about an hour.