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       Natural Beauty

  • When I see that many people with a smile on their face, then I must be doing something right.

 


About Me

Welcome. My name is Oksana. I  am a former model, now working as an esthetician and Permanent Makeup artist in NY.Our practice focuses on the specialty of  face and body treatments and micro pigmentation, also known as permanent cosmetics.

I pioneered permanent cosmetics a few years  ago.

I’m still leading the way when it comes to developing new treatments and products. I am Certified and licensed in U.S.A and got additional education in my Native Country-Latvia.

I am renowned for my expert technique in creating realistic eyebrows with hair-like strokes. Improving aesthetic appeal, symmetry, and proportion are the key goals. “You’ve given me back so much confidence,” they say. And that’s the single most important thing to me. It’s what motivates me to achieve the best result for every single person who walks into my treatment room.

Thank you.

                                                                                               "A thing of beauty is a joy forever".

                                                                                                                 John Keats.



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FAQ

​​​What is Microblading?

Microblading is the artistic technique of tattooing individual hair strokes with a handheld tool called a microblade. Unlike traditional tattooing, which uses a machine, microblading artists hand draw each hair to match the color and coarseness of your eyebrows. The result? Gorgeous, natural looking eyebrows.

​How long does it last?

​Microbladed eyebrows last 6 to 24 months for most people, depending on skin & health, all though the average client should last up to a year. before it usually needs a touch up. For permanent lips and eyeliner, it lasts 3 to 5 years.

​How long is the appointment?

​It usually takes 2 hours, with most of the time spent going over colors and drawing eyebrow shapes. The microblading portion lasts 30-45 minutes.

​How do I make an appointment?

Please call us to book our appointment, 

​How should I prepare for my appointment?

Eyebrows comes in many shapes and styles, from feathered to bold, arched to straight. Having an idea of what you like helps cynthia choose the best brows that are suitable for you along with her strategically measuring your facial and bone structure to create an beautiful and appropriate brow for your face. Please refer to (insert link to microblade post care)

​How long does it take to heal?

​You'll be able to wear your new brows back to brunch! In the first 7 days, you'll need to avoid getting them wet, working out or wearing brow makeup. It takes 4-6 weeks to completely heal, in which time you may experience mild scabbing. This will be discussed more in details at you consultation.

​What is the aftercare?

Stay out of the sun and water while your new microbladed eyebrows heal. Avoid chlorine, exfoliation creams, and sun exposure; they may cause your color to fade. b Aftercare instructions vary from client to client depending on your skin type, you will be given instructions on how to take care of your new eyebrows after your procedure.

​When should I get a touch up? 

​Touch up between 4-8 weeks of your appointment. Any additional touch ups needed are an additional charge.

​Can I get microblading while pregnant?

​No, we do not recommend microblading while pregnant or breastfeeding.

​Can anyone undergo microblading?

Please review our list of contradictions:

If you have any of the below contraindications, please consult with your doctor.

Diabetes

Pregnant or Nursing

Blood Thinners

Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation that is easily triggered

If you are using Retin A

If your are using Accutane

Herpes

Glaucoma

Autoimmune Disease

Keloid

Heart Conditions

Directly after a strong chemical peel and/or botox treatments

Skin diseases such as psoriasis, shingles, or eczema on the treatment area

Cancer/Chemotherapy

Makeup, pigment, and/or topical anesthetic allergies

HIV/Hepatitis

Hemophelia

​Can I get permanent makeup if I have Juvederm injections/fillers?

​We recommend getting permanent makeup first, or ask your Juvederm specialist for clearance.

​Can microblading hide/cover my scars?

​It's great for that! But we recommend sending us a photo of your eyebrows without makeup so one of our artists can review and let you know whether you’re a candidate for microblading.

​Does microblading work on all skin tones and skin types?

Yes! Microblading works on all skin tones and colors. Check out our Instagram feed. If you have oily skin, large pores, Keloid disorder, we do not recommend microblading.

​What is the difference between microblading vs. micropigmentation?

Technically microblading is a form of micropigmentation, but we use a microblade to hand draw individual hair strokes. Micropigmentation specialists use a permanent makeup machine, which offers a bolder look.

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