A month of peeling until your final colour.
Low and more of an interesting sensation you’ll get used to.
How Long Does It Take?
New brows are a two-part process. To ensure the best new set of brows, allow for two hours of your time so that our specialist can properly map out the area, and together you can both build the beautiful new brows best suited for the structure of your face. The second part is your touch-up Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge appointment (4 to 6 weeks later) and may only take an hour or less.
Is It Permanent?
Your new brows will need some maintenance, as they do fade and shrink over time. Typically most people get them touched up once a year at their local studio. For us, that would be in Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge.
Is It Painful?
How Long Do They Take To Heal?
The healing process can take up to 4 weeks but typically the bulk of the healing is done in the first two. It is important to note that throughout the first week or so of the healing process your eyebrows will appear very dark, much darker than they will look when they are healed. This is because the ink is pushing to the surface and is scabbing over where the hair strokes are. Once the scabs fall off the eyebrows will appear much lighter.
During this process, it is important not to scrub the brows or pick off the scabs.
Be sure to pay careful attention to the aftercare procedure that the Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge semi-permanent brow specialist will go over with you once you complete your new set of brows.
The beautiful Alexis brings a breath of fresh air to The Naked Truth; her gentle laugh and soft touch will have you wondering if you even had a laser treatment or not. Her medical aesthetics background includes hair removal, photo facials, and skin tightening. Not only does she know her way around a laser-like it’s nobody’s business, but she is also a superior hydrated facial specialist as well as Lash Technician. Honestly…Kim doesn’t know what she would do without Alexis.