Brow DesignWe work with your natural brow shape to create a subtle and natural look.
Magic Shading differs from the traditional tattooing technique. The technique is described by its name, with results being powdery with a faded front and a crisp tail and lower arch, resembling the look of makeup.
The new procedure sometimes a two-step process and final results are not determined until the follow-up visit is completed. Do not judge your procedure while it is in the healing process as it may require a follow-up. Retouch; 4-8 weeks
Prior To Your Treatment
Don’t drink caffeine or workout on the day of the procedure
Do not take aspirin or anti-inflammatory medication such as Ibuprofen 2 days prior to your enhancement. No fish oil capsules for a week before.
Do not use 1% Retin A skincare products close to the area to be treated for 6 weeks prior to your procedure. Do not use AHA skincare products close to the area to be treated for 4 weeks prior to your procedure.
Avoid professional chemical peels close to the procedure site for 4 weeks prior to your procedure. If you are on antibiotics prior to treatment, a doctor’s clearance letter will be required.
Try not to have a tan on your face at the time of appointment. Anti-wrinkle injections should be performed 2 weeks before or after the procedure. If you are on Warfarin or any other blood-thinning medication, we will require medical consent.
After approximately two weeks, your eyebrows will have mostly healed during the scabbing process. As a result, the initial intensity and thickness will fade, and the desired color shade will start appearing after the first 3 weeks
At about the 4-8 week mark, you can elect to schedule a “touch up” procedure especially if you would like to fill in any areas needing correction or modification.
This session is NOT intended to change the shape or color of the initial appointment, as this was agreed upon at your initial procedure. Use sunblock after the area has healed to slow fading.
Do not use products containing AHAs on or near pigmented areas including glycolic or lactic acids or Retin A products (they will fade the pigment). Avoid products containing Aloe Vera, Vitamin E during the healing time.