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Our prices can be found under the pricing tab in the menu.
If you are unsure of which type of brows you would like, schedule a Blade and Shade and then we can determine which type of brows are best for your skin type and desired look.
Brow lamination smooths out brows and straightens them to make your brows lay vertically. Your brows will look like you combed them and put a hair wax on them to keep them in place to perfectly cover any thin or patchy areas.
One 6-8 week touch up is included in all permanent make up prices. Annual touch ups are an additional cost.
Your initial appointment includes a 6 week touch up. After 1-3 years, you will notice fading and should schedule an annual touch up.
Yes. You can schedule an appointment for a free consultation and have just a little of the pigment tapped into your hairline behind you ear.
We sell gift cards, or we can put a card on file to charge after the service.
Cards are available for purchase in Square or in-person at The Brow Club.
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We ask that if you must cancel or reschedule your appointment that you give a full 48 hour notice.
If you fail to do so, you will be charged a cancellation fee equal to 50% of the service scheduled.
PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL TO CANCEL AN APPOINTMENT!
You will need to book the full service and NOT a touch up, anyone coming from another artist we take as a new client. After the initial session at The Brow Club, you’ll be able to book at the annual touchup cost in the following years.
Safety and cleanliness is a priority and our environment and commitment reflect these values. All needles are sterile for individual use and are fully disposed after each use.
As a precaution to avoid any complications, we do NOT perform permanent procedures on pregnant or nursing women.
We incorporate as much of the natural brow hairs as possible. Any stray hairs that lay outside of the brows design will be removed by waxing or tweezing, not shaving.
Please refer to our Pre & Post Care Instructions in the menu.
Redness is very minimal and there are no visible signs of swelling, clients can return to work immediately after the procedure. Any redness will subside within the day. After the numbing wears off, there will slight discomfort, which is described as a sunburn sensation. Immediately after the procedure the brows will appear crisp and dark. As the pigment oxidizes, the brows will look darker for the first 3-5 days. After the scabbing starts peeling, lighter and softer feather strokes will be present. The color will continue to soften for the next 6 weeks.
It takes about 2 weeks for the superficial layers of skin to close and heal. Deeper dermal layers of the skin will take up to 6-8 weeks to fully heal. The first 3-5 days will appear dark (especially for light skin and light haired clients). Light peeling will start around day 4 or 5, which will reveal much lighter and softer hair strokes.
A good sunscreen applied daily AFTER healing on the tattooed area(s) is needed to help keep color true. As with any tattoo, sun exposure will make the color fade faster. You will need a touch-up every 1-2 years to maintain. The fading speed depends on your skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, pigment color used, broken capillaries, iron deficiency, and if any active skincare were used after cosmetic tattooing.
If you are planning a chemical peel, MRI or other medical procedure, please inform the technician that you have had a cosmetic tattoo. Careful application must be taken to avoid affecting the tattooed area.
If you are planning to have laser treatments, tell your laser specialist to avoid the pigmented area.
Cold sores are often called fever blisters. After entering the body, the virus remains dormant most of the time, but, if a trigger activates the virus, a cold sore can develop. Trauma to the lips such as LIP BLUSH would be the trigger of a possible flare up.
A person may have just one outbreak and no recurrence, while others may have two or three outbreaks each year. Some people may carry the virus and never have an outbreak because it remains dormant.
Please consult your physician for pre/post treatment of cold sores.
Oily Skin: Increased oil production can cause hair strokes to blur and heal lighter and powdery.
Smoking: Smokers may notice that their Semi-Permanent Cosmetics will fade faster.
Anemia and iron deficiency: Your body will absorb these iron-based pigments more quickly.
Sun exposure: Increased exposure to the sun will cause premature fading. You will want to use a sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 30 to protect against fading.
Age and metabolism: The Faster your metabolism the faster the pigment will fade.
Bleeding during the procedure: Excessive bleeding during your procedure will greatly affect how your body retains pigment. While this is not entirely in our control, it is important that you follow before care instructions to help minimize bleeding. This includes avoiding blood thinning medications, and alcohol before your procedure. Please refer to Pre/Post Care Instructions.
Thyroid Conditions: Sometimes this condition causes client to metabolize pigment differently and can cause color issues so make sure to discuss all health issues with your technician ahead of time.
Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique performed with a hand tool and a type of blade made with tiny needles dipped into pigment and implanted in the skin to simulate the look of individual hairs. Hair strokes are placed one at a time filling gaps and sparse areas.
Microblading can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on your skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, and the facial products that you use. However, touch-ups are commonly needed about once a year, especially for those who wish to keep the color looking fresh.
Powder Brows is also a permanent makeup technique performed with a permanent makeup machine using a single nano needle skidded across the skin at a low vibration which causes the pigment to be implanted in a very soft, powdery effect. It simulates the look of brow powder.
If you would like more structure and shape to your eyebrows and have a good amount of eyebrow hair, this is the perfect technique to make your own brow hair look more dense. Powder Brows are perfect for all skin types. This technique can be used to achieve a very natural or dramatic look.
Ombre Brows are a type of powder brow and more like traditional tattooing that last longer than microblading. It creates a soft "dark to light" penciled look. If you have oily skin and fill in your brows regularly, Ombre is for you!
Blade and Shade:
Most people assume that microblading is a more natural look. Actually, it depends on each individual as to which technique will look most natural. Many people prefer the combination of the two techniques which is called Blade & Shade. Microblading is added so the look of hair is seen in the brows and the look of powder is also added, which gives more dimension, making the hair-strokes look more dense.
If you don’t know exactly what you want, it is best to schedule a Blade & Shade. This will allow enough time to do whichever technique is decided upon in the consultation at the beginning of your appointment.
Regular brow shaping with waxing, tweezing, trimming or add in tint! If you want to give your brow hairs a different color, we can tint them to your desired color. We can also use henna to temporarily color your skin to fill in and
perfect your brow shape so you don't need to pencil them in. Results last a few weeks.
Eyebrow tint is simply dying the color of the eyebrow hairs to your desired color. Henna is a semi-permanent tinting of the skin and hair to fill in any deficits and shape your brows so you don't have to pencil in your brows everyday. Think "powered brow look" that last a few weeks. It's a perfect way to try out a shape before committing to permanent makeup, or if you just want your eyebrows shaped and filled temporarily. Many associate henna with the color red, but henna brows are specially formulated to give a more cool tone that is absolutely fabulous for eyebrows.
Waxing simply means getting your stray hairs removed with a single strip of wax. Brow shaping on the other hand, involves communication with your brow professional about the best ways to shape your brows to frame your eyes and face. Shaping involves a consultation, waxing, trimming, make-up application, and tips on how to maintain the shape between visits.
Threading is an ancient hair removal technique developed in Asia. Your Brow Club professional will take a thread, double it and twist it. As they move the thread, your individual hairs will be pinched within the thread to grab and remove hair. This process takes the root of your hair with it in a very precise manner giving you a perfectly manicured look. The threads can grab multiple hairs at once so your hair will grow back more evenly. The best part about threading? No hair escapes those threads! Not even peach fuzz!
We recommend matching the color of your eyebrow hair, or within a shade or two lighter or darker. The color is mostly left to client preference, though the professional opinion of your brow artist will be given. We have beautiful pigments that are the finest in the industry ranging from very blonde to deep ebony. Your desired color will be custom mixed to your desired shade.
Don't Worry! Here is the process to ensure you will love your brows:
Step 1: Consultation
Every permanent makeup appointment will start with a consultation where we will ask about your daily brow routine to discuss which option is best for you.
Step 2: Rough Draft
Your face will be measured and mapped meticulously and we will then draw a "Rough Draft" of your eyebrows with a colored brow pencil outlining the shape that is best suited to your bone structure and facial features. You will be asked to preview them to suggest any adjustments you would like to see.
Step 3: Adjustments
Adjustments are made until you are happy with the shape. This part of the appointment is never rushed. Time is taken to adjust until you are ready to proceed.