Pencils Down! Microblading Perfects Your Brows without the Daily Drawing

According to recent beauty surveys, the average American woman spends anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes or more per day applying makeup and related skin care products. Pinpointing an exact dollar amount can also be tricky. Still, according to industry surveys, the lifetime price tag just for the face can be up there with the mortgage for a house ($300,000) for the average American woman. Even if your makeup and skin care budget is on the modest end, you’ve probably found yourself wishing there were more time-saving shortcuts available or permanent solutions to your routine. 

Microblading can shorten your time in front of the mirror and make your product list a little shorter -- all while delivering the perfect eyebrows. Dr. Christopher Brooks and our team at Brooks Plastic Surgery can help you achieve the look you want with our cosmetic and reconstructive services in our Hollywood, Florida, office.

Get perfect eyebrows with microblading

Nothing highlights the prominent role that eyebrows play in framing your face quite like a tweezing or waxing accident. From taking off too much to ruining the shape, getting the eyebrows just right is as important (if not more so) as your choice in makeup. Like the hair on your head, eyebrows are unique to you, and for some women, that means brows that are thinner or lighter than desired.

Penciling them every day (or even more than once a day) can be time-consuming and expensive, and there’s no guarantee that you’ll consistently get the results you want. Microblading addresses this problem by “filling in” your eyebrows for you so that you don’t have to. The procedure is designed to deliver fuller, natural-looking eyebrows that look like the real thing.

Chances are that one of your favorite celebrities with “perfect” eyebrows has relied on microblading, and it’s not hard to see why. Each session is tailored specifically for you, so your brows are shaped to perfectly frame and enhance your face according to your preferences and individual features.

No more dyeing or penciling in your eyebrows

A typical microblading treatment lasts for an average of a year to 18 months for most people, so you can continue to adjust the color and shape of your eyebrows as your style, and personal tastes change from one year to the next.

How it works

With microblading, we apply the pigment to the dermis layer, so the results are semi-permanent. They will fade over time, unlike a permanent tattoo where the pigment is applied deeper into the skin below the dermis layer. Our technicians apply the treatment by hand, so it’s like your eyebrows are being custom-designed by your personal makeup artist. Unlike with makeup, you don’t have to deal with the frustration of penciling in your eyebrows every day!

For more information about the benefits of microblading and what it can do for you, contact us today to schedule your appointment.

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