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Microblading is a form of brow enhancement by which a certified PhiBrows Artist inserts pigment into the basal layer of the epidermis. It is a form of tattooing, though only semi-permanent.

All instruments that enter the skin or come in contact with body fluids are disposable and are disposed of after use. Cross contamination guidelines are strictly adhered to.

Initially the color will appear more vibrant or darker compared to the end result. Usually, within 5-7 days, the color will fade 40-50%, soften and look more natural. The pigment is semi-permanent and will fade over time. Additional touch-ups are likely needed within 10 months to 3 years. 

6 week touch up $50

1 year touch up $160

Why Phi Brows Artist?

Phi Brows is different to regular semi-permanent makeup artists. Phi Brow artists measure your unique facial dimensions to map out exactly where your eyebrows should grow. Phi ink is higher quality and will never turn blue, green or red. It is free of heavy metals, toxins and other chemicals.

                                         Microblading and Shading Combo

Take your Microbladed brows to the next level. Add shading to create more density and boldness. Hair strokes are still created and then shading is added over to fill in the space between the strokes.

This technique uses the stroking method to create “little hairs,” but also uses a shading technique for more density. This look will still appear natural but will be darker and fuller.

Since Microblading alone will never give you the “makeup look,” implementing shading with the strikes, will allow you to say "goodbye" to that unsightly eyebrow pencil!

Microblading and Shading Combo $450

6 week touch-up $60

1 year touch-up  $200

                      Permanent makeup


Ombre/Powdered eyebrows $395 

Utilizing a highly technical hand operated machine, thin dots of pigment are placed into the skin, creating a soft-shaded brow pencil look.  This powdered eyebrow tattoo technique creates arched and beautifully colored, yet softly defined brows without the use of individual hair strokes.

Solid look eyebrows $370  

Solid eyebrows is the most commonly used technique and has been in the market for many years. They are very well at complimenting your facial structure while filling in your eyebrows and giving a nice shape, arch, and form to them.

The initial treatment should be followed-up with a touch up, 4-6 weeks later.

6 week touch up (if original procedure done at Beauty Blink) $50

1 year touch up $160

                       Lip Blushing

Full lip color    $400 

Lip liner           $150 

Lip blushing is a type of cosmetic tattoo that semi-permanently enhances lip color by depositing colored ink into the lips with a mechanical needle. The resulting lip tattoo is subtle, not saturated, thanks to recent advances in semi-permanent makeup.

Lip blushing typically lasts for two to three years, permeating the lips with a flattering tint, like a stain or balm. After getting lip blush, you can still wear lipsticks and lip colors to switch up your look, if you like—but many lip blush clients are happy to go without lip makeup.

Lip blushing gives lips a gorgeous flush without the lifetime commitment of a traditional tattoo. The perks of lip blushing include:

  • Long-lasting lip color

  • Increased pigmentation for pale and aging lips

  • The ability to customize your lip shade

  • Enhances lip symmetry

  • Color corrects scars and uneven pigmentation

How to Prepare

You may need to prep for your lip blush tattoo several weeks in advance of your appointment.

Recommend skipping lip blush tattoos if you:

  • are pregnant or nursing

  • take Accutane (isotretinoin), steroids, or blood-thinning medications

  • are prone to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation/hypopigmentation

If none of the above conditions apply to you, make sure your lips are generally healthy and hydrated before your service, especially if you're prone to seasonal flakiness. If you have severely chapped lips in the winter or if you’re a sun goddess in the summer, it’s a good idea to wait out the season and allow your lips time to recover.

Make sure to prep lips a few days before your tattoo with daily applications of lip scrub and Vaseline masks (apply for 30 min daily). Skin should be smooth, soft, and hydrated before the procedure to allow for even pigment saturation and proper overall healing.

Lastly, say no to cocktails the day before your lip blushing service. Experts recommend avoiding alcoholic drinks for at least 24 hours prior to the procedure.

If you suffer from cold sores, ask your doctor for an antiviral medication.




Eyelash enhancement or lash line tattoo $250

This technique is minimal and good fit for any eye shape or size


Foxy style permanent eyeliner $350

The more dramatic eyeliner technique is shaded wing. This technique is best for open eyes with tight skin, and eyes with minimal wrinkles. You can't tattoo a wing over sagging skin because the creases will make the wing bend and look crooked. Winged eyeliner is not suitable on hooded eyes.

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                                                                       Before Treatment

The skin must not be in the inflammatory process or the process of healing and regeneration

before each treatment.

The following treatments are not recommended 30 days before the treatment:

– botox and fillers
– fruit or milk acids
– laser treatments
– chemical peels
– exposure to strong sunlight

- No Retin-A or retinols for 7 days prior

- No Accutane for 1 year.

- No alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before.

- The procedure will NOT be performed if you have any lesions, irritation or pimples on your eyebrows.


It isn’t a procedure which should be rushed, so the initial session can take between 1.5 - 2 hours.

The 6-week touch up session takes approximately 1 hour.

1.     Map out your brows using dimensions of your unique facial structure. Draw the shape using an eyebrow pencil which can be erased and redrawn if necessary. The technician will allow you to view what the expected eyebrow shape will look like before beginning the microblading process. You can confirm you are happy, make any changes if necessary, but the detailed measurements of the points and dimensions of your face enables the technician to determine where your hair should be growing.

2.     Small hair-like incisions are made into the skin using the blade consisting of tiny needles, depositing the pigment into your skin. The natural direction hair growth is followed for natural looking results.

3.     Numbing cream can be applied to the incisions to minimize any discomfort, but if your pain tolerance can cope, the results are often better and last longer if you don’t add the numbing cream during the treatment.

4.     Once the eyebrow is completely drawn, dye is washed over the area before being wiped away to reveal your new eyebrows.

                                                                     What can I expect after

- Moderate swelling or redness

- Scabbing or flaking of the skin. If there some scabbing or flaking, do not pick, and allow the scab to come off on its own.

- Results vary with every client.   You can lose 10%-50% of pigment during the healing process.  Every client has unique skin and some may absorb and retain the pigment better than others.

- Touch-ups may be required. 



  • You are under 18

  • You have diabetes

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding

  • You have glaucoma or taking blood thinning medicines (e.g., aspirin, warfarin)

  • You have skin diseases such as psoriasis or eczema

  • You have transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis

  • You have hemophilia

  • You have healing disorders or uncontrolled high blood pressure

  • You are on any skin medication such as Accutane or steroids

  • You have active skin cancer

  • You are undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy (consult your doctor)

  • You have epilepsy

  • You have a pacemaker or major heart problem

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