I hear the same concerns over and over again. This doesn't mean that I am sick of addressing them; it means that I am not doing a good enough job of informing my (potential) customer on the answers. So here you go-
TOP 5 MYTHS... DEBUNKED!!
1- PERMANENT COSMETICS ARE PERMANENT.
I can't imagine why you would think such a thing!! hahaha If I could change the name, I would; but the industry calls it this, and I do too. It is truly semi-permanent cosmetics though. When you think permanent, think permanent marker. Eventually it will fade away, but it doesn't wash off.
How nice would it be to wake up, shower, swim, and sweat while your eyebrows, liner or lips stay perfect?
2- WE SHAVE OFF YOUR REAL EYEBROW.
We do not. It's an understandable misconception. As a tattooed girl, I know that when you get a tattoo, they shave the hair- even if you don't think you have hair (like on your wrists). Within the new microblading standard, they also tend to shave the hair (it makes brows look good in pictures). We respect your desire to keep your hairs and appreciate the natural 3D texture that the hairs create (even when there is only a few).
3- THEY LOOK FAKE.
At bl.ink, we do a combination of microblading and tapping to get the most natural possible look, We work within your own hair (IF you have any, it's ok if you don't) to create a literal 3D effect, and use color(s) that match the hairs you have. Sometimes its difficult, even for me, to tell which hairs are real and which are hand drawn- even up close.
4- I WONT BE ABLE TO CHANGE MY HAIR COLOR.
When choosing the appropriate ink color for eyebrows, my goal is to match as closely as possible to any real hair you have. That way, it looks like it grew out of you, no matter what color you change your hair to. I've been platinum, red, you name it. Today, my hair is purple, my brows are brown. That is what looks natural for me because it is! If you wear a hit color that is very different from your natural, I can adjust that to some extent. Obviously, if you wear your hair blonde, but are originally dark, I cannot lighten your eyebrow.
Typically for light hair shades, the natural brow is 1-2 shades darker.
For dark hair shades, the brow is 1-2 shades lighter.
5. THE COLORS FADE OUT TO BLUE OR PINK.
I can't hide from this. They do sometimes. The first year that I worked, I was lucky if they didn't.
So I researched like crazy to find the best brands of pigments on the market to offer you permanent cosmetics that fade neutral, not to odd shades of mauve or blue steel. If you choose to keep up the look, come in for a tune-up (offered at special pricing for bl.ink customers). If you don't choose to keep them up, you will have a template to use for filling them in until the color fades away.
If you have any additional questions or would like to set up an appointment or complimentary consultation-
please call me- 315.325.4062
text me- 315.871.8488
email me- firstname.lastname@example.org
message me- facebook.com/blinkpermanentcosmetics