Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions - FAQ
What is semi-permanent eyebrow make-up, and what does it involve?

Semi-permanent eyebrow make-up, also known as Microblading, Microshading, or Micrograyling, is a technique that involves the application of pigments under the top layer of skin to create defined, long-lasting eyebrows.

Is semi-permanent eyebrow makeup painful?

Pain can vary according to individual sensitivity, but most customers experience mild discomfort or a tingling sensation during the process. We use soothing creams to minimize any discomfort.

What are the contraindications to semi-permanent eyebrow make-up?

For 7 to 10 days

  • Avoid excessive sun exposure
  • No steam bath or sauna
  • No swimming pool or sea bath
  • No abundant water on the pigmented area
  • Do not touch or scratch the pigmented area

6 weeks before and 6 weeks after

  • Neither Botox nor hyaluronic acid
What's the difference between microshading, microblading, and micrograyling?

Microshading is shading, microblading is hair-on-hair, and micrograyling is a blend of the two techniques.

How long does semi-permanent eyebrow make-up last?

Permanent eyebrow makeup can last from one to three years, depending on various factors such as the color of the pigments used, the customer's skin type, and post-treatment care. Annual touch-ups are recommended to keep the appearance fresh and lively.

Microshading, microblading, and micrograyling- which is the best technique?

There's no single best technique, depending on your desired result and skin type, so together, we can decide which is best for you.

Is semi-permanent eyebrow makeup suitable for everyone?

Although permanent eyebrow makeup is suitable for most people, there may be contraindications for some individuals, such as pregnant women, people with certain skin conditions, or those taking certain medications.