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    Default Feather touch eyebrows/microblading

    Hi ladies

    Anyone had this done? Interested in how it went and aftercare etc. Did it turn out well? thanks.

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    Interested too.

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    X2 work colleagues had them done. They look amazing! Quite on fleek but one is dark and one is light and colour and shapes suit them each perfectly

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    I've had them done and it's amazing I'll write more tomorrow

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    So I had it first done last October
    I did some research on who- found a girl on instagram and stalked her page and pictures for a long time

    $600 for the whole thing that include 2 appointments and he care package

    She first spoke about what shape I wanted etc then drew them onto my face with make up. Then she numbed me and started. She made small cuts into the skin like hair with a scalpel with more than one point. Some of it hurts and you can hear a scratching noise. She then rubbed ink into the cuts and then re cut the skin. This part hurt the most because my skin was tender and I guess the numbing cream was wearing off.

    The first appointment took a few hours maybe 2.5 and everyone needs a follow up - touch up appointment as it fades after the first time. The second appointment didn't take as long.

    You can't wet them for a few days or get make up on them. I just baby wiped around the eyebrows and tried my best. No itching or picking and you have to apply ointment balm to keep them hydrated.

    I loved he initial look of mine but they have faded over time. I wish they didn't but everyone does.

    When I wear makeup I still need to fill them in a bit but it's easier because the shapes already there.

    Is there anything else i can answer ?

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    They look fantastic! Was this what they looked like when you first got them?
    If so, what do they look like now? How long does it take for them to fade,

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    They looked like this after both appointments

    They kind of fade slowly over the year but he lady said it depends on each persons skin and how much you scrub and what your skin care is like

    This is them right now - no make up and they need a wax lol
    IMG_1496056365.872252.jpg

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    Thank you they look great now. So good to see a good result. Makes me less scared of getting it done.

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    Default Feather touch eyebrows/microblading

    They look great Reneeharry! What were your brows like prior? I am desperate to get feathering done, but I am scared as my brows are quite light and super thin (dam overplucking when I was younger!)
    Last edited by MZmama; 30-05-2017 at 23:16.


 

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