FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Overview: Ombré is permanent powdered brows technique done by machine for clients who prefer fuller result than hair strokes but still very soft. It’s a technique which looks like daily makeup done with eyebrow pencil or pomade. The tails of the brow are darker and fade into a light beginning to the brow, giving a perfect Ombré makeup affect. The effects will be waterproof, smudge-proof and completely natural

Pros: Ombré powder brows use a more traditional tattooing method, with longer lasting results. Additionally it works with most skin types including oily or combination skin unlike Microblading. 

Microblading is a treatment done with a manual hand tool that looks like a blade consisting of 10-12 tiny needles. The artist then makes small incisions in your skin and fills them with brow pigment. The result is hair-like strokes that look very realistic, as your own brows. Your brows look very natural, dense and bushy.

Ombré Microshading is done with a machine which applies tiny, pin-like dots in a gradient pattern, creating a semi-permanent powdered effect. That is why they are also called powder brows. Unlike microblading, where you can see hair-like strokes, with microshading your brows will have a more powdery effect which mimics every day makeup.  

We do not provide services for clients who are under 18 years old, allergic to makeup, pregnant or nursing. Additionally if you have diabetes, glaucoma, skin diseases such as Shingles, psoriasis, herpes or eczema on the area of treatment. We will not be able to service you if you have keloid disorder, epilepsy, HIV, hepatitis, skin cancer, hemophilia, or if you’re taking skin medications like ro-accutaine and steroids. If you have additional questions regarding eligibility please contact us before booking your appointment.

Most clients report little or no pain! We use a topical & secondary anesthetic before the procedure to numb the affected area and re-numb

It takes about 30 days to completely heal. In the first 7 days, you’ll need to avoid getting them wet, working out or wearing brow makeup. 

We recommend 6-12 weeks after your first appointment. However the earliest a touch up can be performed is 4 weeks after initial service. 

No. Color selection is handled by the artist and yourself so you will be able to give your input. A collective decision will be made for what will work best on you based on multiple aspects such as overtone, undertone, type of skin and natural hair color etc…

Keep in mind your brows will lighten up 20-40% and additionally will shrink once you’re fully healed. 

  • Do not work out 24 hours before the procedure.
  • Do not consume alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before procedure.
  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil/Ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure.
  • Do not use any Glycolics, Chemical Peels and Retin-A 4 weeks prior.
  • Do not use any Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) products close to the eyebrow area 2 weeks prior to and 2 weeks after your procedure.
  • Do not wax or tint your brows one week before.
  • You have to be off any kind of Accutane for 1 year. NO Exceptions!
  • *Please Note: You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle as well.

There are several different factors that will contribute to how many sessions are needed. In some cases, one session can remove a tattoo, but in many cases, a few sessions are required for complete removal. After your first session, we will have a better idea of how many sessions are needed.

We recommend 4-6 weeks after your appointment.

Savvy Creations recognizes that unforeseen circumstances occur and due to that we allow a one time free transfer for students who need to be moved to a course other than the one they booked initially.
 
In order to be allowed a fee free transfer we must be alerted at least 2 business days prior to the course. If you require to be transferred twice, you will be subject to a fee of $100. If you require to be transferred now a third time you will be subject to a fee of $250, which is your final transfer no exceptions. 

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