BROW CORRECTIONS

Color and Shape Corrections 

4 Steps to Permanent Makeup

Consultation

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Measurements

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Pencil

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Tattoing

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What is an Color Correction?

A Color correction is when the cosmetic pigment fades over times as a natural process and looses it color resulting in grey, ashy and/or when color matched improperly they may even turn reddish, bluish, or violet in color. 

Not to worry, this is fixable.

Most pigments are formulated to a brown or black pigment. These Brown is actually made up of all primary colors mixed in different rations, so it can have a variety of undertones. If the pigment contains a higher ratio of blue, chances are the pigment will fade in to a cool grayish tone. If the color chosen contains more red or yellow, it will become orange.

So when the upper colors such as reds and yellows fade over time, Adding a specific color modifier (depending on the color of brows) is necessary to correct this occurrence. Although it is not fool proof, even with a modifier it can happen, which is why touchups are important.

Color Correction w/out Reshaping

$400

Color Correction with New Shape

$550

Benefits of Color and Shape Corrections

What our Clients Feedback

We are absolutely grateful to have touched and change so many lives and will continue to always provide the best experience.

FREE CONSULTATION

Book your Free consultation In-Person or Virtually! 

Your consultation includes:

Examination of your skin and brows

Education of each technique and choose which would best suit you

Eyebrow Mapping (allows you to see your new shape tailored to your facial features)

Color matching (not one color is for everyone, we have several colors to choose from with different color undertones)

Address any concerns and questions 

PRECARE

Before your permanent makeup appoinment.

POSTCARE

After your permanent makeup appoinment. MUst Follow for 14 days for the best results

Frequently asked questions

Color Correction is a cosmetic tattooing technique that corrects pigment that had faded over time as a natural process and has lost its color resulting in grey, ashy and/or when color matched improperly they may even turn reddish, bluish, or violet in color. 

Take a look at our AfterCare tab: (Microblading Color Correction Vs. Touch Up) for more info on how to identify if you need a Touch Up or a Color Correction.

Pain tolerance can vary from person to person. It’s been described as a scratch/pinch like feeling, but subtle. Topical numbing creams are used followed by a liquid anesthetic for a seamlessly pain-free session. 

The healing process takes about 2 weeks. Between then it is required to wait 4 to 6 weeks before a touch up can be done. The initial week will look dark and thick, but don’t worry, the pigment will lighten by atleast 20%. Flaking may occur, this is natural for the healing process. Do not pick it them! Once they have fully gone through this process, you’ll see the final shape and true color!!

An initial touch up is recommend 6 weeks after your initial appointment. This way we can go back to any areas that didn’t take to the pigment (if needed, everyone heals differently) or if you’d like to go darker, we can do that too! I call it your Perfection Appointment. 

After your 6 week touchup, Its recommend getting a touch up done once a year, to keep your color fresh.

This does depend from person to person. Take a look at our article that goes over this in our AfterCare Tab. (Microblading Touchup: When Is It Time?)

We recommend that you not workout the first 48 hours after your Color Correction session. When you sweat, it can cause the ink to be pushed out and cause you to loose pigment. 

The process can vary depending on how the individuals skin reacts to the process and how the individuals pain tolerance is. I do my best to make sure you are absolutely comfortable.

Color Correction – 3 to 4.5 hours (give or take)

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