Microblade Eyebrows, Embroidery Eyebrows or Solid Shaded Eyebrow Tattoo

Are you eyebrow challenged? Are your eyebrows sparse due to over tweezing or a medical condition? Do you have little or no eyebrow hair? Do you find it difficult to put them on without your glasses, but your glasses are in the way? Does the drawn on design come out crooked or uneven? Do your penciled brows wear off during the day?

If you answered YES to any of the questions above, then you are NOT alone!  Thousands and thousands of women and men find themselves in the same position, and find that their self esteem, confidence and overall look to be complete, because of Permanent Makeup!

Permanent Makeup for eyebrows are one of the most popularly requested permanent cosmetics treatments today.  Trust the experience of our Second Skin Medspa permanent makeup eyebrow artists for all your permanent makeup needs.  We use the latest techniques and technology for real 3D, feathered, hair stroke eyebrows.

Regardless of the natural growth of your brow hair, or your current brow shape, permanent cosmetics can provide you with the perfect brows you have always wanted.

  • Add fabulous shape and lift to your brows – without the need for the surgeon’s scalpel

  • Correct sparse or over-plucked brows – say goodbye to your brow pencil

  • Add stunning shape and extra definition for a more youthful look

  • Restore the appearance of realistic looking brows with natural hairstroked eyebrows

  • 3D, Feathered, Hairstroke Eyebrows give the best results

  • Color matching and stencil design use give you the exact look before starting the procedure

Natural Hair Stroke EyeBrows

An elite treatment, Natural Brows represent the pinnacle of all brow procedures. You should expect our Permanent Makeup Artist to imitate natural brow hairs, using different pigment blends and needle configurations to imitate the subtle nuances of natural brows.  Our permanent makeup specialist uses a blading technique in order to give you a 3D, feathered, natural look that will match your facial structure.

Real Hair Storke, Microble Permanent Eyebrow Tattoo

This is one of the most requested brow treatments and involves tattooing imitation hairstrokes to imitate natural brow hairs. It is one of the most popular treatment requests in permanent cosmetics.

Hair stroke or feathered eyebrow, is a technique we use for creating the most natural brows possible. The hair stroke technique mimics your own eyebrow hairs thus creating a feathering effect. This technique is much more natural looking than a solid fill.

Powdered or Solid Eyebrows

If you prefer a fuller brow, you may want to consider the powdered or solid technique. This technique mimics the appearance of conventional brow makeup whether it be a brow pencil or brow shadow.  The powder fill method involves the application of thousands of tiny little dots of pigment, inserted into the skin, gradually building up a color and a defined shape. It is the more traditional method of cosmetic tattoo, and the pigment usually lasts longer when applied in this manner, as it is deeper in the skin.

What’s the difference and which candidate is best for the Solid or Powdered technique? Well, that truly depends on the individual, however, in older skin, or skin that has been aged prematurely from sun exposure, the hair strokes do not stay in the skin as well defined as in younger, more elastic skin. So for mature clients, we would often recommend the powder fill, or hair strokes over an initial powder fill treatment, for a better result.

Scar Coverage

If you have gaps in your brows, our Permanent Makeup Artist can custom blend pigments to closely match your existing brow hairs and tattoo hairstrokes into the area requiring work.

Men’s Brows

There are a various reasons why more and more men are getting permanent cosmetics brow treatments. Men’s brows look different to women’s and require different pigments and techniques to tattoo convincingly, that is why it is an elite technique that one that only experienced artists should perform.

How long does it take to perform a chemical peel?

The chemical peel generally takes 15-30 minutes.

What can I expect following the chemical peel treatment?

Following the chemical peel treatment most patients immediately resume their normal activities. Most patients report that their skin feels softer and smoother. Most post-peel redness is slight and can be covered with makeup. Some patients may experience slight flaking in the few days following the peel treatment, but it is not necessary to see flaking skin for the peel to be effective.

Will I need more than one treatment?

This depends on what type of chemical peel is being used, the desired improvement wanted and the acceptable amount of discomfort and downtime. Generally, the process may take several chemical peel treatments over a period of time to achieve the best results.

Who is a candidate for a chemical peel?

The chemical peel can be applied to the face, neck, hands, and chest, and provides an excellent treatment option for a wide range of consumers who:

  • are just beginning AHA treatments

  • are currently using lower strength AHA products and have reached the “efficacy plateau” and want to “step up” to a higher free acid level

  • would like the benefits of higher-strength products with little or no irritation

  • have normal to sensitive skin

  • want smoother and clearer skin

  • have photo-damaged skin

How do I know which chemical peel treatment is right for me?

Our medical esthetician will be trained on each of the PCA Professional Products. This training will allow them to not only choose a treatment designed for your skin type, but customize a treatment, addressing your personal skin care needs.

How much discomfort should be expected when having a peel?

The level of discomfort experienced depends on the treatment. Most PCA Professional chemical peels are gentle and create little or no burning or stinging sensation in the skin. Dramatic wrinkling, sun damage or acne scars may require a deeper peel, which may cause moderate stinging for a few minutes. More dramatic results can be expected from a deeper peel, however deep peels are not necessary for most skin types and conditions. PCA’s philosophy of taking a low-dose approach means our superficial chemical peels create minimal discomfort and produce beautiful and immediate results for most patients.

Should people who are frequently in the sun receive peels?

Yes, but only if they are compliant with using sunscreen protection every day. Sunbathing should be avoided directly following a treatment and while the skin is peeling. If you are getting peels to lighten the skin, it is imperative to use the appropriate pHaze 13 Pigment GelR Dyschromia Controller (with HQ or HQ Free) followed by pHaze 6+ Hydrator Plus SPF 25 or pHaze 7 Protecting Hydrator SPF 25 and avoid unnecessary sun exposure to reduce any chance of further hyperpigmentation.

Which peels may be used on someone who exercises frequently?

Someone who is active may have any peel, but all peel patients must wait 48 hours after a treatment to exercise. If this is not an option, the Non-Burning Facial Peel or Intensive Vitamin C Treatment are alternate choices. These treatments use our Ultra PeelR II Exfoliating Treatment which is an acid-free retinol cream. Its delayed flaking action will not cause irritation or downtime, and leaves the skin glowing and hydrated.

Will a chemical peel make thin skin even thinner?

Dry skin is partially the result of dead cell buildup, which actually hinders natural exfoliation as well as the absorption and penetration of vitamins and nutrients. Having a PCA ProfessionalT chemical peel will remove surface buildup, hydrate the skin and give it a plumper, “thicker” appearance. The use of topical vitamin C and peptide products in a treatment, as well as in your daily care regimen will help build collagen in the skin, thus making it stronger and more durable.

What is the cost or pricing of having a chemical peel?

Please visit our Pricing page HERE to view chemical peel pricing and package options.

Can you match online dealsite coupon or voucher prices?

You get what you pay for! We cannot lower our standards to meet the pricing of an online coupon or voucher or dealsite. Unfortunately, companies that advertise through Groupon, Teambuy, Ncrowd, etc, often are losing money on their deals, and thus must recoup as much money as possible through upselling, or giving a less than expected treatment – thus saving money or making money. Also, price should not be the main thing when you are wanting to do medical grade treatments on your skin or body. We’ve seen the results or lack there of from clients who have tried using online vouchers to save money on their treatments, however, they often have to spend more money to correct the treatment they did have. Ensure that you are going to a reputable company that have nurses and experienced medical estheticians doing the treatment, or you may fall victim to sub par treatments.