Microblading - Microblading is the cosmetic tattooing of hair strokes. This is the most natural looking technique because all the other techniques include some kind of shading. This technique often requires a touchup since the hair strokes are thin and the fading often breaks the smooth lines. This technique is not a good choice for oily skin because the pigment spreads more easily and the hair strokes lose their definition. Also, this is not a good method for covering up problems, such as scars, since the strokes are distinct and don't blanket the problem.
Combination Brows - This technique is our most popular. It combines hair strokes and with a little shading. Great to add density and fluff to your brows.
Ombre Brows - Uses gradients to make the shading gradually change across the brow. It will gradually go from lighter to darker across the brow. It give a "makeup look" as if you are using a pencil or brow power. It is good for covering up scar and other imperfections. It is good for all skin types.
Powder Brows keeps a consistent shading density across the brow. You can vary the saturation level across the entire brow. For example: low, medium, and high saturation. This technique is best for covering up scars and imperfections. It is good for all skin types.