What to know

What to know

 Hair Strokes (Microblading or Nano-Brows)

Microblading or Nano-Brows are common terms used to describe  two different methods of creating a realistic hair stroke effect.  The hair stroke effect can be achieved by both Manual(Microblading) or Machine method (Nano-Brows).   Hair strokes can be done alone or combined with shading to give a more realistic look (see my Signature Brows). The manual method of  Microblading  uses a manual powered tool that has a row of  several very fine needles to create a thin hair-like mark across the brow. The manual technique (Microblading) is not ideal for oily/acne prone skin, thin skin, skin prone to Keliod scars or clients with certain skin conditions. The machine method  (Nano-Brows) is done with a digital machine designed for permanent makeup on the face and is ideal for all skin types.  Both techniques allows for an extremely fine natural  looking hair stroke that will fade with time and the techniques is decided by the artist based on the individual client. 


Jamie‘s Signature Brow (hair strokes + shading) 

This style gives the most natural looking brow and can be done with both the manual and machine methods. Hair strokes are placed throughout the entire brow, then soft shading is added between the strokes to create fullness. This techniques uses a combination of manual powered and machine tools. This technique is not ideal for oily/acne prone skin, thin skin, or clients with certain skin conditions. 


Ombre / Powder Brows  

Ombre or Powder Brows are machine powered technique that give a filled in powder effect. This is a great option for those who don't want to wear makeup but want the makeup look, people with very oily skin, thin skin or those who microblading does not heal well. Ombre/Powdered brows is done with a machine and is not done with a microblading tool. This technique can also be used to make color corrections or camouflage old permanent makeup. This technique is good for all skin types.  It is a great technique for people with very oily skin, thin skin or those who microblading does not heal well. This technique can also be used to make color corrections or camouflage old permanent makeup. This technique is good for all skin types. 


Combo Brows

 Combo Brows is a machine powdered technique that involves a combination of Microblading and  ombré Brow Shading. Together, this technique creates a fuller  makeup look and more dense  looking brow. Microblading strokes are places in the beginning of the brow with shading filling the remainder of the brow for a more powdered effect. This technique uses a combination of manual powered and machine tools.  This technique is good for all skin types.

Blush Lips

Blush lips is a tattooing method that Enhances the lips natural shape and color to give them a soft and youthful appearance. (This Technique is not meant to chance the shape of the lips or go outside of the natural lip line.)


A.R.T - Areola Reconstructive Tattooing

A.R.T. stands for Areola Reconstructive Tattooing. It is a form of tattooing in which pigments are implanted into the dermal layer of skin to create a realistic 3-D nipple and/or Areola. A.R.T. can be done to create a completely new nipple/Areola when one or both are missing.  It can also be used to fix imperfections,asymmetries, scars or boost coloration on existing Areolas. 



How long does it last?

   Factors ,such as, skin type, sun  exposure and how you care for your skin can effect the length of time  that your skin will retain the pigment.

Eyebrows typically last 1-3 years with touch-ups every 12-15 months to keep the color at is most vibrant and the shape  looking it s best.  

Blush lips typically last 2-5 years with touch-ups every 12-24 months to keep the color are it’s most vibrant. 




Is it painful?

 The clients comfort is one of the main concerns and ever effort is made to insure the experience as pleasant a possible. A topical anesthetic can applied during the procedure to be sure that my clients with even the most sensitive skin have a  comfortable experience. A pre-anesthesic can also be applied with some techniques but not all.