At Brow Bar, all artist and facilities are OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) trained and certified. OSHA is an agency of the United States Department of Labor. Congress established the agency under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, which President Richard M. Nixon signed into law on December 29, 1970. OSHA’s mission is to “assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance.
Are Brow Bar Artist Licensed?
Yes we are licensed and regulated by the Texas Department of State Health Services Regulatory Licensing Unit. We also have a board-certified medical director that oversees all medical services and we are a TDLR-certified salon for lash extensions.
How does it work?
Before you begin your treatment it will start with a discussion of the shape and color of your preference. The unique bone structure and contours of your face will play a significant part in the look and shape of your brows. After you have approved the shape of your choice, color is carefully selected to match your natural skin tone and hair color. Microblading otherwise known as the hair simulation technique 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 innovative technique is far more natural looking than a solid fill
Does it Hurt?
Microblading feels very similar to threading or waxing of the brows except we use a topical anesthetics. There’s nothing to worry about. We strive to have a top of the line numbing process.
How Long is the Healing Process?
7 days for 90% of our clients and 7-14 days for 10% of our clients. Immediately following your treatment the pigment will appear darker and than how it will actually heal. You may feel as though the pigment looks darker than you expected. Don’t worry. After a few days, the surface colour naturally exfoliates to leave a softer color.
How Long does Microblading Last?
8 – 16 months. You may become accustomed to your new makeup and want more. You may want to freshen up your new makeup every couple of months or once a year. The length of time you Microblading lasts is dependent on several factors including skin type, sun exposure and lifestyle.
Do Permanent Cosmetics Looks Natural?
The answer is yes! It will absolutely look very natural! In choosing the right technician with a proven track record is very important. About 20% of the clients who come to us are corrections after they have had less than satisfactory work done elsewhere.
Why Brow Bar?
Brow Bar Brow Specialist have been trained for 4 months or longer, most other artist only train for 1 week.