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Eyebrow Microblading Orlando

Get Selfie Ready, Tam Gives you Perfect Eyebrows

 One of the most unique combinations of artistic touch and technical skill, microblading is the creation of individual hair strokes using a tattoo technique and a fine microblade. These hand drawn hairs, drawn within a carefully planned brow shape, do not use a traditional tattoo machine, and are meticulously placed and match your hair color and texture. The result is naturally gorgeous-looking eyebrows.

 


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What Is Eyebrow MicroBlading?

 

Microblading is perfect for people who have irregular or thinning brows from overplucking, or genetics. This form of semi-permanent makeup is ideal for those who want defined, well-shaped eyebrows.

Microblading first began in Asia three decades ago and has been described by a variety of names: micro stroking, feather touch, embroidery and the “Japanese Method.”  In the United States microblading became popular in approximately 2015.

Microblading "As Seen In" Graphic with logos: Harper's Bazaar, Glamour, Allure, Elle, InStyle, Marie Claire, and Cosmopolitan

Microblading is done manually by applying semi-permanent makeup to reconstruct, define shape, and add fullness to the eyebrows. The microblading process involves adding pigments into the upper layers of the skin to appear as individual strokes that look like real hair. Shading is also available to give clients that filled-in powdered eyebrow makeup look. Tam Ho is a certified microblade artist with Phibrows and Fuzion Artistry with may years of experience.

Microblading usually requires two appointments about 30 days apart. In the first appointment, the initial shaping is drawn on so the patient and the artist can mutually agree on the desired *look*.  The artist then microblades that look, and the patient is ready to begin enjoying their beautiful brows.  There will typically be some mild scabbing during the few weeks following treatment, and patients are encouraged to closely follow the post procedure care plan.

You should be fully healed within 30 days, in time for your “touch up” second appointment. The 30 days allows enough time for the some of the ink color in the outer-most layer of skin (epidermis) to naturally slough off and have the shape and color settle into your skin. Sometimes the patient’s skin undertones require the color to be adjusted, because a patient’s skin will “take up” the ink slightly differently, from person to person. The artistic touch up will assure your look is gorgeous, natural and long lasting.  

 

 

Dr. Yeilding and Microblading

 

Dr. Yeilding eyebrow microblading after photo

photo of Dr. Ruth Hill Yeilding with microblading specialist Tam Ho

Dr. Yeilding has a dozen year history with Tam Ho as her personal make-up artist for all those many important events, from birthday parties to charity gala’s to her very own wedding. Tam Ho is now the Microblading Artist in Residence at YMD Eye & Face, Tam has worked for many highly regarded cosmetic companies, such as Prescriptives Cosmetics, Lancome, and MAC Cosmetics. She has attended The Paul Mitchell school of Cosmetology, and is a FL Licensed Cosmetologist. Tam is also a FL Licensed Tatoo Artist, and has completed the Phibrow Microblading Academy, Ombré Powder Brows with Fuzion Artistry and has trained with LA BEAUTÉ LASHES.

 

 

Meet Microblading Artist, Tam Ho

 

headshot of Tam Ho, Microblading specialist at YMD Eye & Face 

My passion for beauty started at a very young age. I remember watching my mother apply her skincare and makeup and seeing the confidence that exudes from her eyes. I knew the beauty industry was where I wanted to be, to help women of all ages look good and feel confident about themselves. I admire Dr. Yeilding for what her eye and face rejuvenation does for patients confidence. I am happy to add some helpful finishing touches (beautiful brows and long lashes) to that revitalized and confident look.

— Tam Ho, Microblading Artist

 

 

Eyebrow Microblading Results: Before and After Photos

 

before and after photos of eyebrow microblading for a woman

before and after pictures of eyebrow microblading for a woman

 

before and after photos of microblading & professional makeup for a woman

 

 

Microblading FAQ

What is Microblading?

One of the most unique combinations of artistic touch and technical skill, microblading is the creation of individual hair strokes using a tattoo technique using a microblade. These hand-drawn hairs do not use a traditional tattoo machine and are meticulously placed to match your hair color and texture. The result is gorgeous and natural eyebrows.

How long does Microblading last?

Eyebrows created by microblading typically last between 1-2 years, depending on skin types and skincare routines. Touch ups are recommended to keep natural-looking, gorgeous brows.

What is the healing time?

You can wear your new brows proudly that very day. For the next week however, avoid working out and getting your brows wet or wearing brow makeup. Click here for detailed after care instructions

Does Microblading hurt?

Because the area has a topical anesthetic (numbing) applied prior to the procedure, most people experience little or no pain.

How long does it take during my Microblading appointment?

Microblading appointments take between 2-3 hours, with most of the time spent defining the exact eyebrow shape and color. The actual microblading part is typically 30 minutes to one hour. 

What should I do to prepare from my appointment?

The most helpful thing to do before your appointment is to do some research and develop a sense for the eyebrow SHAPE you feel will fit YOU. There are many styles and shapes to choose such as degree of arch, amount of feathering, boldness of brown.  Tam, our microblading artist will guide you through the final choices and help customize your best brows. During the week prior to your appointment please avoid blood thinners like alcohol, aspirin and ibuprofen/Aleve, fish oil and Vitamin E. Acetaminophen is fine to take for head or body aches as it is not a blood thinner. Also discontinue retinol products near your brows. On the day prior to your procedure, avoid caffeine and energy drinks to help you relax your facial muscles more easily during your procedure.  

How much does Microblading cost?

The price varies by the artist, between $700 and $900 based on experienced artists in most metropolitan areas in the United States.

Does Microblading look like REAL hair?

Yes it does.  The artist will hand draw every hair and you will be amazed how precise and natural this technique looks.

I won’t need to draw my eyebrows on every morning? Is that really true? Yes, you can Believe it!  When it comes to eyebrows, this procedure will transform your life.

 

Post Procedure Care: How To Care For Your Eyebrows After Microblading Treatment

DAY 1:

Please wash hands with antibacterial soap before you wash your eyebrows. Then wash your eyebrows EVERY HOUR very well with a gentle cleanser and lukewarm water! Pat dry with a tissue than apply a very thin layer of the Aquaphor.

DAY 2-7:

Keep eyebrows lightly glossed with the Aquaphor for three to four times a day for the next seven (7) days. Do not over use ointment. It should last you for 7 days, only apply very thin layer. Do not suffocate your eyebrows.

  1. Do not use any Retin-A, Glycolic Acids, Peroxide, Neosporin while healing
  2. Do not scrub or pick your eyebrows.
  3. Do not expose area to sun or tanning beds! Must use hat if in the sun.
  4. Avoid any facial, swimming, whirlpools or sauna for 7 days.
  5. Do not exercise the first 3-5 days. No heavy sweating!
  6. No makeup on the eyebrows!
  7. Do not tint eyebrows for the next 10 days.

 

To avoid loss of pigment, FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS!

 

What To Expect After Eyebrow Microblading or Eyebrow Shading

  1. Slight swelling, thickness, and/or redness for one or two days following the procedure.
  2. It is normal to lose approximately 1/3 of the color during the healing process.
  3. After the initial procedure, the color may be a shade too dark; in six days it will appear to light after 10 days the color will show more.
  4. It will appear softer when completely healed because the color will come from dermal layer of the skin to the epidermal layer of the skin.
  5. Please be patient. Healing takes up to 30 days. In your next appointment more hairs can be added and make them perfect.

 

The brows are approximately 20 to 25% darker and bolder in the width than they will be when healed. Your skin is red under the pigment which causes the color of the pigment to appear darker. There is some swelling, although difficult to actually see due to the thickness of the skin in the eyebrow area. This will subside. Exfoliation, which begins in a few days, will cause the excess pigment surrounding the eyebrow procedure to flake away and a narrower appearance of your eyebrows. Don’t be concerned that your eyebrows initially appear darker and heavier in size then you desire. This is all part of the process.

 

 

 

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