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Ideal Eyebrows Accentuate Any Look

Artisans Salon and Day Spa has introduced Microblading with Natalie, a semi-permanent tattoo performed specifically on the eyebrows. This procedure is completed by manually depositing pigment into the skin with a hand tool. The unique formation of needles allows the artist to create the look of real eyebrow hairs.

Microblading is a great solution for people that have over-plucked their eyebrows or have naturally very thin/light eyebrows and want to accentuate the look of eyebrows on their face. The two-step process includes the first microblading session, followed four to six weeks later after allowing the brows to heal. The follow-up appointment is to make any adjustments to the detail of the brow. It is important to remember that the exact look of the brow is determined six weeks after the second session; the first session is not the finished look.

Location: 413 Chestnut St., Emmaus. For more information, call 610-965-3148 or visit ArtisansDaySpa.com.

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