"Micro? Micro-what? Blading? You use a BLADE?!?!?!?"

"Microblading? I saw your photos, do you transplant hairs into my brows???"

So, what is Microblading?

Microblading is the newest trend that is here to stay and I am asked so many questions about what it is and how it is done every day.
At Blume, in Santa Clarita, CA, we have chosen to use Everlasting Brows. Everlasting Brows Microblading is a new semi-permanent eyebrow enhancement technique. Using a series of tiny, sterile, disposable needles pigment is manually inserted into the epidermis of the skin. We are able to imitate individual hair strokes, to create your ideal brow shape, fullness and color. The effects last 18-24 months after which time the pigment fades.
The purpose of the Everlasting Brows Microblading procedure is to enhance the natural features of a client. the Everlasting Brows Microblading procedure is softer and more subtle – it is meant to be a natural-looking beauty enhancement. Brow tattoos use ink while the Everlasting Brows Microblading procedure involves only pigments. These pigments are designed to gently fade over time. Fading is desired as it allows the technician to make changes to colour and shape over the years as a client’s natural coloration and facial features evolve.
You can visit our Everlasting Brows Microblading FAQ page for more information here, or you can read more about Microblading on Today.com.
Book your Microblading session with Amy Miller by calling 661.299.7553

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