Eyelash Tinting and Eyebrow Tinting in Southwest Florida

Adds color, shape, and thickness to dull eyebrows and lashes.

Only your doctor knows for sure.

In the world of beauty and aesthetics, eyebrows are more than just hair above your eyes. They’re a powerful asset that can significantly enhance your overall appearance and express your unique personality. Here’s why it’s important to invest time and effort into enhancing your eyebrows:

Eyelash and Eyebrow Tinting

Lash and brow tinting uses semi-permanent vegetable dye to add color, shape, and thickness to dull eyebrows and lashes in need of some new life.

Eyelash tinting gives added definition and makes mascara unnecessary until the tinted eyelashes fall out and new ones grow in.

Eyebrow tinting helps people with “barely there” brows to achieve a bolder look that can redefine their whole face. Lash and brow tinting typically lasts between six and eight weeks. When hair falls out, so does the tint.

Microblading and micropigmentation are two popular semi-permanent makeup techniques that can enhance the appearance of eyebrows, but they differ in terms of how they are performed and their end result.
Eyebrow microblading procedure

Eyebrow Microblading

Microblading involves using a handheld tool with small, sharp needles to create fine, hair-like strokes in the skin to mimic the appearance of natural brow hairs. The pigment used in microblading is deposited into the upper layers of the skin and typically lasts for 1-2 years before fading.
Eyebrow Micropigmentation

Eyebrow Micropigmentation

Micropigmentation, also known as permanent makeup, involves using a tattoo machine to deposit pigment into the skin, creating a more solid, filled-in appearance. Micropigmentation typically lasts longer than microblading, with results lasting for several years before fading.

Microblading may be a better option for those who want a more natural-looking brow, as it mimics the appearance of individual hairs. However, it may not be suitable for those with oily or acne-prone skin, as the pigment can be more likely to fade or blur over time. Micropigmentation may be a better option for those who want a more defined and filled-in brow, but it may also be more noticeable and less natural-looking than microblading.

Ultimately, the choice between microblading and micropigmentation will depend on individual preferences, skin type, and the desired end result. It’s important to research and consult with a trained and experienced professional before undergoing either procedure.

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Skin Doctor in Southwest Florida

Dr. Greta McLaren

Dr. McLaren is the founder and owner of “Skin Secrets by Dr. McLaren” where her philosophy is that “only your doctor knows for sure…”

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