VDJ BROWS

MICROBLADING | OMBRE POWDER BROWS

Frequently Asked Questions

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    What is Microblading?
    Microblading is a manual method for your eyebrows creating strokes mimicking hair. a very fine blade is used to deposit pigments into the epidermis.
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    How long does Microblading last?
    Microblading can last between 1-2 years depending on the clients skin. Oily skin renews faster than dry skin thus fading the microblading quicker.
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    How long does a typical Microblading procedure take?
    Roughly 2-3 hours.
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    How long is the recovery period for Microblading?
    Every client varies - most clients leave their appointment with minimal redness, and can resume their usual activities. The pigment will be noticeably darker within the first 24-48 hours - this is TEMPORARY. The color will fade once healed (roughly 30-40%), and healing time can vary between 7-10 days.
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    Are there any side effects?
    Most clients experience no side effects, however it is common for some to experience swelling, redness, minor bleeding and tenderness.
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    What are Ombre Powder Brows?
    Ombre powder brows are another technique for your eyebrows. A small machine is used to insert pigment into the upper dermal layer of the skin. This will give a similar look to make up filled brows. Ombre brows could be paired up with microblading to give it a little bit more density.
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    How long do Ombre Brows last?
    Roughly 2-3 years depending on the clients skin type.
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    How long does a typical ombre procedure take?
    Roughly 2-3 hours.
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    How long is the recovery period for the ombre procedure?
    Every client varies, most leave with minimal redness and swelling and can resume usual activities. As with microblading, the pigment will be darker the first 24-48 hours. This is only temporary, and the color will fade once the eyebrows have healed (about 30-40%).