Microblading + Permanent Brows
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Semi-Permanent Eyebrow Makeup Prices
First Session $450
5-7 Week Touch-up $100
Ombre Powder Brows
First Session $500
5-7 Week Touch-up $100
Combo Brows / Microblading with Shading
First Session $550
5-7 Week Touch-up $100
Please note: We are typically booked 4-6 weeks out, so plan to book in advance. Great results are worth the wait!
*Rescheduled touch-ups will cost $150 after the 7 week period.
Getting started with permanent eyebrow makeup
We offer three styles of brows: Microblading, Ombre Brows, and Combo Brows (Microblading with Shading). It’s critical to understand the differences between each style, prior to coming in for your service, as not all styles are suitable for everyone. We will only perform services on clients that are best suited for them, to protect your investment, maintain our integrity as artists, and provide you with the best possible result. The differences between each service are explained below. Also please take note that all methods of permanent makeup for the brows require 2 session to complete: an initial session, and a 6-week touch-up that we’ll book when you come in for your first visit. In some cases (such as corrections of previous work), more than two sessions may be required. Each session is priced individually; touch-ups are not included in the cost of the first session (please reference the price list on the “brows” page of our main service menu). Please reach out to us if you have any questions!
What is Microblading?
Microblading is a form of semi-permanent makeup originating in Japan, also referred to as eyebrow embroidery, eyebrow feathering, or soft tap. Natural-looking hair strokes are created on the skin to imitate the look of real, fluffy brows. Microblading alone will not replicate the look of brow makeup, as you will see skin between each hair stroke. Microblading is not for oily, combo (oily on forehead), creased (on forehead), or sensitive skin. Microblading is also best suited for clients with evenly-distributed brow hair. If your brow hair is not evenly distributed across your desired brow shape, please see our other two methods of semi-permanent makeup. Microblading will need maintenance every 1-2 years. All brow services begin with paperwork, brow mapping, and color selection, all perfectly tailored to you. Topical numbing gel is used throughout the service for your comfort.
What are ombre powder brows?
Ombre Brows, as opposed to microblading, do not feature hair strokes. Instead, a soft background color is added to the brow that heals looking just like your favorite brow makeup. Ombre brows softly fade at the heads to avoid looking too harsh; they will never be squared off in the front. This method requires maintenance every 2-3 years. It is a better alternative to microblading for clients with creased, sensitive, and/or oily skin. It also works well covering up undesirable microblading in some cases. All brow services begin with paperwork, brow mapping, and color selection, all perfectly tailored to you. Topical numbing gel is used throughout the service for your comfort.
Can I combine microblading and ombre brows?
Yes, you can! This is the best option for those with minimal/no brow hairs that want a shaded look with fuffy "hairs,” Combo brows can be done to look either more natural, or more made-up depending on your preferences; just let us know what you’re looking for! As microblading is involved in this method, this is not ideal for oily, creased, or sensitive clients. This method will require maintenance every 2-3 years. All brow services begin with paperwork, brow mapping, and color selection, all perfectly tailored to you. Topical numbing gel is used throughout the service for your comfort.
For Clients Who Have Permanent Makeup Already
Have you been to Jessie Dillon Beauty before?
Clients returning to us for 1- or 2- year refreshing should book color-boosts, with their original artist. These appointments don't include major re-mapping, so the shape of your brows must still be visible all around. If it is not visible enough, the cost of the service will be adjusted accordingly. Returning clients have the option to boost with a different style than they originally chose (microblading, ombre, or combo brows). If you’d like to switch to a different artist, please book as a first-time client. We all have varying styles/techniques, so going over each others’ work requires additional time.
Was your permanent makeup done elsewhere?
Most services done on top of existing permanent makeup require color/shape correcting. In some cases, removal would be required to achieve your desired result. For this reason, please reach out via phone or email to discuss your case prior to booking. All clients with existing permanent makeup done by another artist will need a full first-timer session, and at least one 5-7wk touch-up to achieve their desired result. 5-7wk touch-up & color-boost pricing is for clients returning to the same artist.
Brow Aftercare: How to Take Care of Your New Eyebrows
When you leave your appointment, you'll have on a very thick layer of Aquaphor. That evening, and twice daily for the next 5 days, you'll wash very gently with unscented soap (Dial unscented hand soap works just fine), pat dry with a clean paper towel, and apply a very thin layer of Aquaphor. As far as how much is too much: the size of one grain of rice is enough to coat both brows. During these 5 days, avoid the following: touching/picking/itching, skincare or makeup within 1" of the brows, steam, excessive sweating, tanning beds/booths. Expect your brows to darken on days 3-4, then begin to fade the full 30-50%. This is normal, as is mild peeling/scabbing. In the event of peeling or scabbing, do not pick or scratch! After day 14, your brows will be just about healed, but may fade completely and "reappear" at any point up to the 6 week mark. At this point, you'll get your touch-up and repeat the same aftercare process. If you have any concerns, do not attempt to alter your own brows, please just reach out to me! In the long run, the following things will fade your brows prematurely: sun exposure without SPF, retinol/acids within 1" of the area, and any skincare products meant to brighten or resurface within 1" of the area.