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OPm Organic Microblading

#1 Organic Microblading Services & Permanent Makeup provider in Los Angeles, California

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Our commitment to quality and services ensure our clients happy. With years of experiences and continuing education, our dedicated staff is ready to serve your beauty needs. We’re happy to help you decide the best look.

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3D Organic Microblading & Ombre Eyebrows


Lip Contouring


Upper or Lower  & Upper and Lower

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Eyebrow Microblading

Permanent Lips

Permanent Eyeliner

Correction And Removal

Eyelash Enhancement

Scalp Pigmentation

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I would give Nancy 100 stars if I could! She is the best in the west, 🙂

A little history; I’ve had ugly gray worn off tattoos on my brows and she made it a warm brown beauty and, I love it to pieces! I highly recommend her!

Sohaila, Customer

First of!! I decided to buy their products at the orlando premier show and i absolutely get the best results out of any company out there… I decided to do training with them wanting to learn their techniques and let me tell you lorine and her team are so professional and detailed when it comes to showing their students the amazing techniques! I absolutly love them and will continue my education with them it is worth every penny!!!!

Nahomi, Customer

Joy is by far the best in town. I’ve been going to Joy for years now for laser. She is so thoughtful and tries her best to care for your needs. She has a great personality and knows exactly what she is doing. I’m always very happy with my services from Joy. Book her and you won’t be disappointed

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Things To Know Before Getting An Eyebrow Microblading

You’ve probably heard about eyebrow microblading by now. In case you haven’t, here’s a brief rundown. Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic solution involves creating tiny hairlike strokes to fill in thinning or sparse brows. The procedure’s primary objective is to provide you with full and natural-looking eyebrows without having to put on eyebrow makeup every day.

This sounds wonderful in theory but in real life, you need to spend hundreds of dollars to get this done. You need to be ready to pay up between $500 and $1,500. Now, before you join the bandwagon and have your eyebrows microbladed, you need to do some research first and that includes finding an artist that has undergone extensive microblading training.

Here are a few important things you need to know before getting this procedure.

Eyebrow microblading is not permanent.

It’s already been mentioned earlier that eyebrow microblading is a semi-permanent procedure. Compared to traditional body art tattoos, this type is more superficial. The pigments used are also degradable. Your immune system will break down the pigment and push out the ink as well. Because of that, your eyebrow microblading will eventually fade.

How long does eyebrow microblading last?

Microblading can last between 12 months and 36 months but it all depends on the client’s lifestyle and skin type. It requires yearly or bi-yearly touch-ups. So, just in case you don’t like how your eyebrows look, you can wait until it fades. Hopefully, it won’t come to that. Be sure to find a reliable and reputable microblading artist so that you get the eyebrows that will give back your confidence and make you feel better about yourself.

Eyebrow microblading procedure may last for a few hours.

The most tiring part of the eyebrow microblading procedure is drawing the eyebrow. It takes up the majority of the microblading session. A true microblading artist, who has gone through microblading training and certification, will take all the time they need to figure out the best eyebrow for their client. This includes determining the most suitable shape and taking into account several other factors like their client’s facial imbalances.

The artist needs to make tiny cuts, add the pigment, and also administer the initial aftercare. This includes the application of antibiotic cream. The artist also needs to educate their client about what they can and cannot do as while their eyebrows heal.

Eyebrow microblading might hurt.

Clients can either go for a dry tattoo or have a numbing agent applied before the eyebrow microblading procedure. The latter will make the procedure less painful and more comfortable for the patient. However, that doesn’t mean they won’t feel anything. There’s a chance that the client will feel a scratch like sensation or some pressure on the eyebrow area during the session.

You may need to get two sessions.

An average microblading client requires about two sessions, the first session and the second session, which is scheduled for about four weeks after your first session. The second session will deal with minor imperfections.

There are skin types that retain ink much better than others.

Several microblading artists can say that the most difficult type of skin to work with is an oily one. Oily skin tends to reject the ink and are at risk of pigment hydration. You should also avoid this procedure if your skin tends to form keloids or scar easily.

The color will lighten after the first week.

Once the procedure is over, you will see your eyebrows looking very dark. Don’t worry. Clients will notice that their eyebrows look darker than expected. The color will be at its darkest during the first three days. Scabs will begin to fall off during the fifth day. You will start seeing results during the eight-day. Plus, it is going to be lighter starting at this point. Just follow the aftercare plan set by your microblading artist and trust the process.

The key to having a higher chance of a successful eyebrow microblading is doing your research. Talk to your microblading artist. If you are not sure, don’t make an appointment yet. Only get the procedure if you are ready and you’ve made a well-informed decision.

Find A Well-Trained Microblading Artist

Finding an artist who has gone through the proper microblading training can be a cumbersome task. But if you know what and where to look for them then this part is going to be a breeze.

Check their website. It will tell you a lot about the microblading artist that you might be considering to work with. Their website is going to be much like a resume where they list their microblading training, certification, and license, that you could carefully review to determine if the artist is the right one for you.

You should also ask to see proof for their microblading training, license, and insurance. Be sure to check out before and after photos of clients who have had their eyebrows microbladed with the artist in question. Also, ask for referrals and list of past clients that you can talk to, if possible.

So, start your research now. This will help you make an informed decision especially when it comes to choosing the right microblading artist.