Empress Me Beauty Bar (Microshading)

For every lady who loves to have on her eyelashes and eyebrows fresh, but doesn't want to do it every day or every time you have to get ready. I am here to help you! Ok, so I'm that one who takes 10 minutes to do her eyebrows and they never look the same. I know they are not supposed to be twins, but sometimes they don't even look related its like a paternity on Maury. Then don't let me not have them waxed it's even longer, thankfully I have been able to get my 10 minutes back. There is this new technique called Microshading and I have tried it and I am happy that I chose to take this leap. Now let me hip those of you who have never heard of it. When it was first presented to me to try this method I was all for it. Then I began to read up on it and was hesitant but I knew it was something I should try and something that will help me when I get that last-minute call for an audition, or have a shoot to do. So I decided to go for it and here I am to tell you all about it. I did the process in January and haven't had to do my eyebrows since then. I do get them waxed but not as often as I use to. I am so happy I decided to give it a try. It also helps my makeup artist as well because she does not have to do anything to them unless she is going for a more dramatic look but the majority of the time it's a light touch-up. I know you are wondering what is the process.


Microshading is a procedure where a cosmetic technician applies semipermanent makeup to your eyebrows. It's a type of cosmetic tattoo procedure. Using pigment ink and a handheld tool, the technician places tiny, pin-like dots over the brow area to fill in thin spots.


I'm going to tell you all about it step by step with photos and then my current photo after healing. I have a few friends that want to try it too and I think you should too.



Before

After

A Few Weeks Later (Healing and Scabbing Process)


No More Scabbing and 100% Healed

Microshading....You Have To Try It!

You See The Results


Microshading is a procedure where a cosmetic technician applies semipermanent makeup to your eyebrows. It's a type of cosmetic tattoo procedure. Using pigment ink and a handheld tool, the technician places tiny, pin-like dots over the brow area to fill in thin spots. It can last up to 5 years with touch-ups. If you are not comfortable with these procedures you can get henna and my girl Peaches over at EmpressMe Beauty Bar can tell you all about it. Price Range from $450 - $600 EmpressMe Beauty Bar $200 with touch up Contact Peaches at 757-256-4529

Make sure you tell her Asia Diamond Sent You

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