Methods used in Permanent Makeup

A technician can either use a machine (digital, rotary or coil) or opt for the hand tool or microblade. Julice uses a machine as well as microblades, depending on what effect she is looking to create.  She uses a machine exclusively for eyeliners, lips and areola work.  If she is doing a powdered brow, she will use a machine, but when doing the hairstrokes/embroidery/3D technique she often uses a microblade.

In the picture below, her client lost most of her eyebrows as she aged so Julice simulated hair strokes for her client using a microblade.

simulating hair strokes using the microblading technique

simulating hair strokes using the microblading technique

Powdered brows are best suited for those clients who desire a fuller, denser, solid brow.  Hairstrokes/embroidery/3D technique is best suited for those who prefer a more natural brow.  Both looks are beautiful so Julice will work with you to discover which method works best for your lifestyle as she considers your skin type, age and overall style.

This is a healed powdered brow. Notice how it is denser than the hairstroke method

This is a healed powdered brow. Notice how it is denser than the hairstroke method, however it is still very natural looking and enhances her eyes.  A fuller brow supports her big eyes better and gives her a much more youthful appearance.