Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo technique that involves using tiny, fine-point needles that make up a small, disposable blade. The needle finely scratches the surface of the skin, creating featherweight strokes on the epidermis layer of the skin.
The technique creates thin, crisp lines giving the illusion of realistic, natural hair strokes. With this technique, our artists can create a natural light finish to a bold brow look.
Microshading, or the powder-fill method, is more similar to a traditional tattoo, and involves the application of thousands of tiny dots of pigment, inserted into the skin, gradually building up a colour and defined shape.
If you are someone with oily or combination skin, or who fills in your brows regularly with pencil or shadow, then this is the method for you! It mimics the look of filled in brows, without all the effort each morning.
This technique combines both Microblading and Shading, creating the best of both worlds! In addition to our signature Microblading pattern, the Shading method is similar to a traditional tattoo, which uses an application of tiny dots of pigment that is inserted into the skin. This method creates the soft, feathery hair strokes of Microblading and the fullness and definition of Shading.
This technique can be fully customized for anyone who wants the fluffiness of Microblading and the dimension of Shading. Once healed, it creates a natural, yet defined brow.
How Long Will the Pigments Last?
Since microblading pigments are not implanted into the skin as deep as traditional tattoos, the area will naturally fade over time. The Microshading results can last anywhere between 1 - 2 years depending on skin type, lifestyle, age and how often you get touch-ups.
Your skincare routine will also have an effect on the longevity of the pigment. Patients who tan, use chemical peels or products with AHA or Glycolic Acid will fade faster as your skin will resurface faster.
E Y E Procedures
This permanent makeup procedure is considered to be one of Lulu’s trademarks and a secret of many celebrities. We all want the look of thicker and fuller eyelashes. The permanent lash effect procedure places permanent cosmetic pigment between each lash, achieving a natural yet luxuriously full lash base. It can even simulates the appearance of actual lashes!
More defined eyes can be achieved with a Permanent Eyeliner. Proper placement of a decorative eyeliner can create the illusion of an eye-lift, and make the eyes appear larger, brighter and more beautiful.
Available for Top and Bottom!
L I P Procedures
Permanent Ombre Lips
This treatment provides extremely natural results by creating fullness and reshaping of the lip area while adding a beautiful natural color.
Permanent Lip Tint
This treatment mimics the work of a sheer lip stain. Perfect for those who want just a subtle flush of color
Permanent Lip Correction
This treatment focuses on correcting the discolorations along the natural lip line bring symmetry and balance while restoring the lips natural shape.
P A R A M E D I C A L Procedures
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)
Scalp micropigmentation creates the look of a shaved or short hairs coming through the scalp. This is achieved by strategically placing pigments that look like short or shaved hair, even in totally bald areas.
If you’ve had a mastectomy or another type of breast surgery, or if you have irregular, fading, of faded areolas, Areola re-pigmentation can restore or enhance the look of your breasts. And, for many women and men, that translates to restored confidence.
Areola re-pigmentation is a specialty area of permanent cosmetics, sometimes referred to as a paramedical procedure. It requires advanced education, extensive training, and experience. That’s especially true with today’s 3D techniques, which produce astonishingly realistic results.
This treatment is for areas that have lost its natural melanin. Skin color pigments are blended to camouflage the skin imperfections that appear due to pigmentation disorders. It does not destroy the epidermal cells, but retains the structure of the skin while also aligning its color.
This treatment can involve several sessions depending on the scar. The scar may be treated first to relax or flatten the area then re-pigmented. Small areas may be tested to determine which color best matches and will deliver optimal results (“patch test”).
This alternative treatment works directly on damaged skin, relaxing smoothing and reducing the stretch mark. No pigment is implanted into the skin, however pigmentation begins to normalize as a result. Over the weeks and months new collagen is formed i.e. healthy new skin rather than poor quality stretched or creased skin. A 20-50% improvement can be seen in just one session, with a course of 4 recommended for best results.