What is the Aspen Permanent Eyebrows?

Permanent makeup, also known as cosmetic tattooing or micropigmentation, involves using tattoo techniques to apply designs that resemble makeup, such as eyeliner, lip liner, and eyebrows. When it comes to eyebrow enhancement, the technique is commonly referred to as “permanent makeup of the eyebrows” or “permanent eyebrows.” The process typically involves a technician using a small needle to deposit pigment into the skin, creating the appearance of fuller or more defined eyebrows. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals who have sparse or thin eyebrows, or those who have lost their eyebrows due to medical conditions or treatments. While the term “permanent makeup” is used, the results may not be truly permanent and can fade over time. Factors such as the type of pigment used, sun exposure, and individual skin characteristics can affect the longevity of the results. Some people opt for touch-ups every few years to maintain the desired look.sed,

Manual Micro-Blade

Manual micro-blading technique, which are single hair strokes. This gives a polished, but natural eyebrow.

Blade & Shade

The Blade and Shade technique is similar to the manual micro-blade, but pigment is also implanted into the epidermis between the hair strokes to give continuity and background color or shading.