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Eyebrows

Microblading is a great way to achieve natural-looking hairstroke-like texture to your brows.

Eyebrows

Microblading

Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing technique used to enhance and define the eyebrows. It involves implanting pigment manually into the upper layers of the skin using a handheld tool with fine needles to create precise, hair-like strokes that mimic the appearance of natural eyebrow hairs. Whether you prefer a subtle and natural enhancement or a more dramatic and defined look, we can customize the perfect eyebrows for you.

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Eyebrows

Powder Brows

Powder brows, also known as ombre brows or shading, is a semi-permanent eyebrow tattooing technique that creates a soft, powdered effect on the eyebrows. Unlike microblading, which involves creating individual hair-like strokes, in powder brows we use a shading technique to achieve a more filled-in and defined appearance. 

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How we work

The process in 7 steps

1. Consultation

The process begins with a thorough consultation with our professional technician. During this session, you will discuss your desired eyebrow shape, thickness, and overall aesthetic goals. We will also assess your natural eyebrows, facial features, and skin type to determine the best approach for achieving your desired look.

2. Preparing the Area

Before the procedure, our technician will cleanse and disinfect the eyebrow area to ensure a clean and sterile environment. Numbing cream or topical anesthetic is then applied to minimize any discomfort during the procedure.

3. Mapping and Design

We will carefully measure and map out the ideal eyebrow shape that complements your facial features. The design will take into consideration your natural brow arch, symmetry, and your preferences for the intensity of the microblading or powdered brows effect.

4. Shading Technique

Using a specialized tool, which can be a machine or a manual tool, our technician will create tiny dots or lines of pigment across the entire eyebrow area. The density and intensity of the shading can be adjusted to achieve your desired level of definition and fullness.

5. Gradual Build-Up

Our technician will build up the pigment gradually, layer by layer, to achieve a soft and natural-looking powdered effect. This process allows for better control over the final result, ensuring that the brows look even and symmetrical.

6. Aftercare

After the procedure is complete, we will provide you with aftercare instructions to ensure proper healing and longevity of the results. It's essential to follow these instructions carefully to avoid any complications and to allow the pigment to settle into the skin properly.

7. Touch-Up Appointment

A touch-up appointment is usually scheduled 4 to 6 weeks after the initial procedure. This follow-up session allows our technician to assess the healed results, make any necessary adjustments, and ensure that the powdered effect is consistent and long-lasting.

The results of microblading/powder brows can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on individual factors such as skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare. Regular touch-ups are recommended to maintain the desired look and keep the brows looking fresh and defined over time.

*Client comfort and safety are our top priorities. We provide a clean and sterile environment, adhering to strict hygiene practices and using single-use, disposable tools for each procedure. Our experienced artists are trained to ensure minimal discomfort during the process, and we offer numbing solutions to enhance your comfort.

At STP Esthetic, we are passionate about helping you achieve the eyebrows of your dreams. Our commitment to excellence, attention to detail, and dedication to client satisfaction set us apart. Whether you’re looking to fill in sparse areas, reshape your brows, or create a completely new look, we are here to transform your eyebrows into a beautiful and lasting work of art.

Book your consultation today and let our skilled artists create the eyebrows you’ve always desired!

48 hours cancellation policy:

Please provide a 48 hours or more notice when rescheduling your appointment. Booking fees/payments are non-refundable. An additional booking fee will be required to reschedule your appointment if you give less than 48-hour notice.

permanent make up

Aftercare instructions

Keep the Area Clean: Gently clean the place area using a mild, fragrance-free cleanser and lukewarm water. Gently pat the area dry with a clean, soft cloth.

Avoid Water and Moisture: For the first 7-10 days, avoid getting the treated area wet. This includes avoiding swimming, saunas, steam rooms, and heavy sweating.

Avoid Touching or Picking: Do not scratch, rub, or pick at the treated area. This can disrupt the healing process and potentially remove pigment.

Apply the Recommended Aftercare Product: Your PMU artist may provide you with a recommended aftercare ointment or cream. Apply it with clean hands as directed to keep the area moisturized and protected.

Avoid Makeup on the Treated Area: Avoid applying makeup directly on the area during the initial healing period.

Avoid Sun Exposure: Protect your treated area from direct sunlight and tanning beds, as UV rays can cause fading and impact the healing process.

Avoid Chemical Peels and Exfoliation: Avoid using exfoliants or chemical peels on or near the treated area while it’s healing.

Avoid Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs: Chlorine and other chemicals in pools and hot tubs can fade the pigment and affect the healing process.

Don’t Panic About Initial Dark Appearance: The pigment will appear darker and more defined immediately after the procedure. This will gradually lighten as the healing progresses.

Healing Period: The full healing process typically takes about 4-6 weeks. During this time, the pigment will settle and the true color will emerge.

Follow Up Appointment: This procedure often involves a touch-up appointment around 4-6 weeks after the initial procedure. This is to refine and perfect the results.

Q&A

Permanent makeup, also known as cosmetic tattooing, is a procedure where hypoallergenic pigments are inserted into the dermal layer of the skin to mimic the appearance of makeup or enhance natural features. Common areas include eyebrows, eyelids, and lips.

Permanent makeup typically lasts between 1 to 3 years, depending on factors like skin type, lifestyle, and exposure to sun. It gradually fades over time, and touch-ups are recommended to maintain the desired look.

The level of discomfort varies from person to person. Topical anesthetics are usually applied to minimize pain, making the procedure generally well-tolerated by most clients.

 During your consultation, a skilled technician will recommend colors and shapes that complement your skin tone, facial features, and personal preferences. It’s a collaborative process to ensure the results look natural and suit your style.

Healing typically takes about 7 to 14 days. Initially, the color will appear darker and more intense but will fade to a more natural shade as healing progresses. It’s important to follow aftercare instructions carefully to ensure the best results.

Yes, changes or removal are possible though more complex than the initial application. Techniques like laser removal, saline correction, and color adjustment can be used. It’s important to consult with a qualified technician for these services.

When performed by a certified and experienced professional in a sterile environment, permanent makeup is generally safe. Make sure the technician uses high-quality pigments and adheres to all safety standards.

Most adults who want to enhance their features, save time on daily makeup routines, or have allergies to conventional makeup are good candidates. However, individuals with certain medical conditions or skin issues should consult with a physician first.

Avoid alcohol, caffeine, blood-thinning medications, and certain supplements for a few days before your session. It’s also recommended to come with your regular makeup on, so the technician can see your preferred style.

To maintain the color and shape, touch-ups are recommended every 1 to 3 years. Protecting the skin from the sun, using gentle skincare products, and avoiding exfoliating treatments in the area will help prolong the results.

Common procedures include microblading for eyebrows, eyeliner tattooing, lip blushing or lining, and medical tattooing for scar camouflage or areola reconstruction after breast surgery.

Look for a technician with proper certification, a good reputation, a clean and professional studio, and a portfolio of before-and-after photos you like. It’s also important they make you feel comfortable and answer all your questions.

You should avoid applying makeup directly on the treated area for at least a week or until it’s fully healed to prevent infection and ensure the pigment sets properly.

Some might experience redness, swelling, and slight tenderness immediately after. Less commonly, there may be allergic reactions or infections if proper care isn’t taken.

The initial procedure typically takes between 1 to 2 hours, depending on the complexity and area being treated. Touch-ups usually take less time.

Avoid sunbathing, skin treatments, and blood-thinning medication (as advised by your doctor) for a few days before your appointment to reduce sensitivity and bruising.

There’s minimal downtime. Most people can return to normal activities immediately, but the area may look slightly swollen or darker than expected for a few days.

Follow your technician’s aftercare instructions precisely, which usually include keeping the area clean, avoiding water and makeup, not picking at any scabs, and applying recommended ointments.

Yes, when done by a skilled technician, permanent makeup is designed to enhance your natural features subtly and can be as bold or as soft as you prefer.

Many people with sensitive skin successfully get permanent makeup. However, it’s crucial to discuss any skin conditions or allergies with your technician beforehand. A patch test can also be performed to ensure you don’t have a reaction to the pigments.