Perfect eyebrows worthy of Kim Kardashian can take up hours of your week. Instead of spending another thirty minutes sleeping or catching up on the latest Instagram trends, you waste a chunk of your day obsessing over whether or not your eyebrows are selfie-ready. That’s where eyebrow microblading comes in.

Read more: Microblading eyebrows: Everything you need to know

Hollywood celebrities have been getting on the microblade train for years. With microbladed eyebrows, they look great even without makeup on. They spend less time on the hair and makeup chair. Their #nomakeup selves still look as great as if they were on the red carpet. It just makes sense!

Here are six celebrities who bid bad eyebrows goodbye:

1) Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow has microbladed eyebrows

Academy Award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow has beautiful blonde eyebrows to match her long locks. She had her eyebrows microbladed in 2017.

Paltrow became world famous for her role in Shakespeare in Love (1998). She also plays love interest Pepper Potts to Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Her film Avengers 4 comes out in 2019.

2) Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis is known for starring in That 70s Show and for her dual-colored eyes: one of her eyes is brown while the other is green. Her eyebrows, however, are the same gorgeous color as her brown hair.

3) Adele

The three-time Billboard Artist of the Year underwent eyebrow microblading before her appearance at the 2017 Grammys. And just as well, because Adele won five Grammys the very same night! The singer also has an Academy Award, Grammy Award and a Golden Globe award to her name.

4) Lorde

Music sensation Lorde dropped both her album Green Light and her fabulous new eyebrows in 2017. The New Zealand-born singer-songwriter has two Grammy Awards under her belt at the age of 21.

5) Mandy Moore

Mandy Moore’s star has been shining relentlessly since the 2000’s, when she starred in films such as A Walk to Remember (2002) and The Princess Diaries (2001). The American singer-songwriter and actress has been starring in the NBC drama This is Us since 2016, which might be why she’s keeping her brows fit for a superstar with eyebrow microblading.

6) Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham loved her microbladed eyebrows so much, she wrote a column about.

“When I finally sat up, I was too stunned to speak,” writes the creator, writer and star of HBO show Girls. “On my face were two perfect brows, the same hard-to-capture brown as the hair on my head, multidimensional, thick in all the right places…”

Is eyebrow microblading worth it?

Well, it sure seems like these celebrities would say yes! But you don’t have to be a Hollywood A-lister to get perfect eyebrows.

Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM) offers eyebrow microblading at the hands of industry experts for as low as $500. Our permanent makeup is organic, which promises zero side-effects and compatibility with all skin types!

Save time from your daily skin routine and look as fresh as your favorite movie stars with OPM. Schedule an appointment today.

Microblading sanitation should be a priority for the beauty industry.

As the permanent make-up market booms, the number of fly-by-night clinics and salons putting up their businesses have soared. Unfortunately, these businesses only have one thing in mind—to earn profits. And so these places slack in making sure they observe proper microblading sanitation and sterilization.

Businesses should secure client health from the start of the operation until its full completion. Otherwise, clients could end up with permanently botched make-up. Or worse: infections leading to serious illnesses and excruciating pain and agony.

At Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM), we specializes in organic permanent make-up that’s safe, convenient, and carried out by experts in the field.

Using organic pigments, we make sure that you are 100% safe and that our procedures and techniques are painless and comfortable.

Professionals microblading sterilization, sanitation and safety

Microblading uses high-end tattooing gadgets, which pierce into the dermis using fine needles. When done perfectly and safely, microblading is 100% safe.

However, if tools are unsterilized and unsanitized, then the patient is at risk and can get sick. Bacteria such as Cocci, Bacilli and Spirilla could get into the body.

As with all procedures, sanity is of utmost importance. That’s why OPM makes sure your microblading procedure is done in a state-of-the-art facility. We use only the most technologically advanced tools to give you the service you deserve.

Our OPM Academy trains microblading professionals not just to be artists, but also scientists. After all, microblading is both an art and a skill.

OSHA certified!

As one of the leading companies in the beauty and cosmetic industry, we’ve earned the respect of our trusted clients. Since we have been operating for a long time, we have never received any complaints with regards to infection.

In fact, we are proud to be certified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This means the US government recognizes that our staff and technicians have followed the strict standards required in performing microblading and all our other permanent makeup services.

Excellent health and safety practices

When we conduct operations, we make sure that our technicians properly wash their hands and use proper gloves. In fact, in our clinic, we use coats, scrubs, masks and eye shields as if we were in a laboratory. We dispose used needles in puncture-proof disposal containers, too.

For microblading sanitation and sterilization, we follow the standard set by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC’s preferred method of sterilization is the Autoclave, which uses high-pressure saturated steam at 121 degrees Celsius or more for 15 to 20 minutes.

Advance cleaning and sanitation tools in our clinics

In addition to the Autoclave, we also use the Ultra Sonic Cleanser, which uses high temperatures to remove color pigments and other materials from our tools. These are stains that cannot be easily removed by a brush. We never use cold sterilization, chemicals, radiations, membranes and other means to make sure our clients are safe.

Even though there are no laws prohibiting the re-using of needles after Autoclave sanitation, we always make sure to use fresh and unused needles. We understand that when needles are used frequently, they can become dull—and dull needles could damage the skin of our clients.

Learn more about microblading sanitation and sterilization at the OPM Academy! We train beauty enthusiasts to become microblading professionals—and we offer you a position on the team after you complete training, too.


Think of your attempt at combing for microblading schools as a survey of jewelry.

We’re easily fascinated by the brilliance of precious gems—they’re extremely hard to find, while fake ones flood the market like spam emails from Craigslist. A careless purchase of fake gold rings or black market bracelets can lead to a tremendous loss of time, money and energy.

This very principle holds true in the beauty industry. While there are real McCoy schools, there’s a great number of PMU or microblading schools shrouded in deception, controversy and mystery.

Caution: Be careful of eye-catching campaigns

These days, marketing campaigns and advertisements can be very alluring to unsuspecting eyes. Some microblading schools or academies offer relatively cheap training. They promise that, in the span of 2 to 3 days, a student can master the craft of microblading and immediately start earning $200 to $500 an hour.

This is false.

In reality, 2 to 3 days of training is not enough to fully acquire the necessary skills to become a microblading expert. After a few days of half-baked training, many realize that their skills are insufficient—so they go back to the same school and get ripped off again by re-enrolling the same course.

Or worse: they simply give up.

OPM Academy: Tested by time and fire

Like pure gems tested by fire, pressure and time, OPM Academy has established itself through years of hard work.

We’ve had a reputation to maintain—and we’ve delivered.

We tell it like it really is: students have to undergo 2 to 3 months (or at least 300 hours) of formal training before they can fully be confident of their skills.

We don’t pretend that we can teach you how to be a microblading expert in less than a week. No one can do that.

OPM Academy doesn’t want you to grope in the dark, so we make sure that, aside from the theoretical aspect of the training, you also have hands-on experience under the guidance of experts in the field.

Though some may find the training rigorous, OPM Academy remains firm: we won’t rush your training. Given that we work on the human face, a mistake is the very thing we should be avoiding. Better we bleed in training than vanish in war—although we don’t mean that literally.

Breaking down our methodology

Microblading training can be hard. It’s a skill one has to cultivate not only in a few months but for years. So when you enter the portal of our academy, we follow the effective OPM Academy 3-step learning system:

Step 1

First: our hands-on training, where we show you everything you need to know about the career, plus all the steps you need to make artistic microblading patterns and design. This is where experts demonstrate their very expertise.

Step 2

The second step is where you perfect what we showed you. This is your time to hone your art and your skills. We ensure students have 150-200 hours of practice, with weekly homework to boot.

We also provide video materials, so you can learn in the comfort of your own home and on your own time. All this, of course, under the supervision and support of our master artists.

Step 3

The third step in the program—that no other microblading schools provide—is where you put your practice in action. We increase your confidence and your ability to perform the job the right way.

In step 3, you take on a client from start to finish. This is where you learn how to determine client needs, find counterindications, pick the right clients for you, and upsell your service to earn from your hard work.

Continuing learning: Beyond microblading schools

Done with the 3 steps? Well, that’s not all we have for you. After undergoing our training, we embrace you as part of our family.

Yes, you read that right. You can be a microblading professional for OPM Academy. Be part of our team and have your portfolio and profile on our website—the works!

And even if you don’t choose to join OPM Academy, you can continue to visit us, talk with our masters and mentors, and even attend our classes for FREE!

Now, that’s what we call a deal.

At OPM Academy, we believe that your success is our success as well. Remember: top-notch microblading schools are gems, but at OPM Academy, we make sure you shine as bright as we do.

We’re the real deal. Join OPM Academy!


Although others consider scars as badges of honor or proof of victory over certain illnesses and accidents, there are people who remain troubled by these white pigments. Scars are mere by-products of the skin’s healing process, but they can still deprive a person of their confidence. This is where OPM micropigmentation comes in.

Scars are everywhere—but they don’t have to be

No matter how careful we are, we’re always vulnerable to skin problems. This may be due to genetics, natural causes, accidents or medical operations. Even acne scars can create white pigments on the face. These pigments also pop up on different areas of the body after undergoing surgical operations.

Some people may feel ashamed of having these scars, so they opt to hide them by using concealer, caps, scarfs and the like.

At OPM, we understand the need for confidence. There’s nothing wrong with hiding scars, just like there’s nothing wrong with flaunting them.

Micropigmentation a.k.a. scar camouflage

Drug store creams can’t really remove scars from people’s prying eyes—we’re sure you’ve tried one too many. So, now, it’s time to consider micropigmentation.

Micropigmentation is the process of hiding scars with the use of organic pigments. With micropigmentation, people will barely notice that you had a scar.

We achieve this using a high-end micropigmentation pen that injects organic ink into the dermal area of the skin. The pen has fine needles, which move up and down at rapid succession, making for a seamless application.

The ink doesn’t change color over time and can mimic the skin color of the client. As a result, the gradual building up of natural color pigment recreates the original skin of the client. This effectively hides the scar.

The operation can last for only 60 minutes. The pigments, meanwhile, could generally last for 2 to 5 years.

Our artists at OPM can design realistic effects so the covered area looks natural—yes, even your freckles and skin texture!

But is micropigmentation safe?

This technology fascinates a good number of our clients. In fact, in our microblading academy, many microblading enthusiasts specifically want to learn about micropigmentation. Our clinic also constantly welcomes individuals who have come to trust in our micropigmentation services.

But some are still skeptical and ask the essential question: Is it safe?

It’s an important question, and we’re glad to say our answer is a confident yes.

Micropigmentation is safe. OPM has been in this industry for many years, and we understand the medical nuances that come with the application of permanent makeup.

What happens during the procedure?

OPM believes that clients should know what they’re signing up for. Here’s how we perform micropigmentation:

First, we arrange an extensive consultation, so the client can share with our Organic Pigmentation Associates certain specifics about their health, choice of ink color and related conditions, like allergies.

During the operation itself, a topical anesthetic is applied in the form of a cream. The anesthetic is applied 30 minutes before the operation, numbing the area surrounding the scar.

Make an appointment today!

Setting up an appointment is as easy as clicking this link. Throw away the concealers, step away from the drug stores, and start waking up feeling confident and beautiful.

OPM services ensure you look as good as you once did.

Here at OPM, our core belief is that women from all walks of life are endowed with natural beauty. In fact, authenticity is beauty. So, why do we offer OPM services like microblading and lip contouring?

Sometimes, due to aging, the natural beauty of some body parts become compromised. Eyebrows, eyelashes, lips, the scalp, and even the nipples—these areas don’t retain beauty as well as other parts of the body.

OPM services ensure that we return your natural beauty to what it once was.

Do OPM services really look natural?

Well, it should.

However, some new emerging clinics who aspire to provide enhancement services—but lack the skills, experience and technology—end up leaving clients with artificial-looking enhancements. Or worse: a gruesome infection. Instead of helping, inexperienced artists aggravate their clients’ conditions.

But no fear: with the use of state-of-the-art technology, coupled with well-trained professionals who were trained for years in the field of beauty enhancement, microblading and other OPM services are the perfect solutions for people looking to restore their natural beauty.

OPM provides enhancements that effectively revitalize a person’s natural look. From eyebrow embroidery to 3D areola repigmentation, OPM is the premier, leading, and only brand you can trust.

Organic eyebrow microblading

We’re proud to introduce our organic microblading technology. Using our sophisticated microblading device, our OPM professionals are capable of embroidering fine and pin-point-accurate strokes, which look absolutely similar to fine human hairs.

This miracle is done using safe, hypoallergenic, organic ink that lasts for a year. Just sit on our cozy, reclining make-up chair from half an hour to about 40 minutes, and you get to go home with a 100% natural look. No bleeding, no downtime.

Eyelash enhancement

When you’re eyeing sexy-looking and darker eyebrows without the ‘eyeliner look’, eyelash enhancements are the way to go.

Using a microblading tool, fine dots of pigments are placed between the lash roots to give the illusion of lashes that are thicker and darker than they actually are.

The enhancement procedure lasts up to 2 years. Procedure time is only between 30 and 60 minutes. The cost of one treatment is $250 for upper or lower lashes, while two treatments go for $350.

Special offer: Book online now and get 10% off.

Lip contouring

Time to achieve that perfect, pouty look made famous by Sophia Loren, Angelina Jolie, and Jessica Alba.

The bad news it that plastic surgery or lip fillers can be dangerous. The good news? It’s possible to achieve this look with the OPM full lips Tequniqe.

OPM is capable of lip contouring, creating fuller-looking lips, balancing uneven lips, correcting uneven lip colors, and creating a stunning ombré lip. Now, that’s a fabulous way to kiss your troubles away.

OPM lips last 2 to 5 years. Procedure time is 40-60 minutes. One treatment costs $500, while two treatments are at $750.

Scalp micropigmentation

Using highly advance methods of cosmetic pigmentation, scalp micropigmentation—commonly known as medical hairline tattoo—could restore the natural appearance of real hair follicles or strands.

This is successfully done by applying natural pigments at the epidermal level of the scalp using tiny needles.

Procedure time lasts 60mins, while the cost of one treatment is $500/ zone.

3D areola repigmentation and nipple restoration

For women who have undergone mastectomies other breast surgeries or who have irregular or fading areolas, these permanent paramedical breast restoration procedures are nothing short of a medical miracle.

The procedure takes only 60 mins per side and lasts 2 to 5 years. The cost $500 each breast, although we provide three procedures for free each year for cancer survivors. It’s our way of giving back!

Book your consultation today.

OPM leads the microblading industry with top-notch services

With the microblading industry booming nowadays, how do we ensure that we invest in the right products and services? We don’t want to spend our money from hours of hard work on services that are less-than-best!

Organic Permanent Makeup offers a threefold approach to servicing our customers:

  1. We sell organic products;
  2. We offer the best permanent makeup services;
  3. And we teach our techniques on permanent makeup.

Convinced yet?

OPM Pigment is the best in the microblading industry

Our organic pigment is made from an original formula. It’s reliable and safe because harsh metals typically found in others formulas are absent. This makes our products safer and healthier for the body and skin.

Our concentrated color formula matches your skin tone, as well, so when it heals, it heals more naturally. It’s softer on the skin, too!

OPM offers everything the microblading industry needs: pigments, needles, even rulers. Check out our shop here.

OPM services are always top-notch

We only give our customers our very best. Meticulously studied, our ingredients are as natural as the results you get.

Not only are we careful about what we provide our clients, we’re also meticulous about the facility we use. We perform our services in a state-of-the-art facility that ensures you are safe and satisfied.

What do we mean?

  1. Our nanoneedles complement strokes that match your desired look.
  2. We use a manual tool that holds these nanoneedles to create precise and painless strokes.
  3. Our specialists are experts in the field.
  4. We provide training and courses that enable them to master our best services.

OPM gives you not just happy results but also an awesome experience. We also offer a large variety of services you can choose from, from microblading to lip contouring.

The testimonials are impressive

We don’t just think we’re the best. Our clients do, too! Here are some snippets of why our customers consider Organic Permanent Makeup to be at the very top of the microblading industry:

“It’s been 5 years since I’ve had my eyebrows done, and today I received a compliment…If you’re going to get your eyebrows done may as well go to the best.” — EJ of Calabasas, CA

“I absolutely love Lorine and the OPM academy. There is no match for the extensive education you will receive for microblading and permanent makeup…I am feeling more and more comfortable with my craft and I know that I will be giving my clients the absolute best service…” — Melanie of Coalinga, CA

“I have been going to Lorine for years, and I wouldn’t trust anyone else doing my fillers. Her technique is amazing, and she really knows how to customize treatments to your face. I’ve done everything from lips, under eye and fine lines, and I couldn’t be happier with the results.” — Jennifer of Los Angeles, CA

And these are just some of the many confirmations that we really are acing the microblading industry. We have loads more.

No doubt, our customers also want you to experience the same top-notch microblading service they experienced. At OPM, we don’t settle for less-than-best—and neither should you.

Choose organic. Choose OPM. Book an appointment today.

Microblading cost looks little compared to daily expenses

Putting on makeup every single day doesn’t just eat up your money—it also takes a lot of your time. Permanent makeup is an alternative that can promise you’ll save up on both time and money. Trust us: microblading cost won’t seem too big when you compare it to how much you spend on a daily basis.

What is microblading?

Microblading is a low-maintenance, non-surgical procedure. It uses a manual tool that allows for perfectly done permanent makeup instead of using a traditional tattoo machine.

At Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM), we offer microblading done by experts in the field.

And not just that: organic-based pigments don’t fade and are likely to last longer. In general, organic permanent makeup lasts from two to five years.

How much will microblading cost me?

A 2017 survey showed that women spend as much as $11 a day on makeup. Multiply that by 365 days a year, and you get a whopping four thousand dollars.

Meanwhile, OPM offers 3D organic microblading ($500), scalp micro-pigmentation ($500), and 3D areola repigmentation and restoration ($500). We also provide OMBRE eyebrow and eyelash enhancement ($350) and lip contouring ($750). OPM is also a pro at tattoo correction and removal ($250).

Imagine spending 500 dollars on microblading and 350 dollars on eyelash enhancement—that’s 850 dollars that will last you five years, meaning you spend only 170 dollars annually.

OPM is the only organic microblading service in the US

OPM only uses organic ingredients suitable for all skin types. And we are the only ones who do that.

OPM founder Lorine Mikhaeil pioneered the organic permanent makeup industry where non-toxic, organic-based pigments create the natural and effortless look you desire and deserve.

Look natural and stay safe—at a low cost

OPM tools and equipment are carefully checked and chosen to match hair-like strokes. Not only will you feel confident and beautiful, you will also look more natural.

And since we only use specialized needles, the skin won’t end up scarred or traumatized by invasive operations. As expected, organic ingredients from plants are also safe and cause zero side effects.

Furthermore, the OPM Machine created by Mikhaeil is top-notch. It’s a professional-grade machine used for applying permanent makeup, scalp pigmentation and medical micro-pigmentation procedures.

World-class training for microblading professionals

OPM doesn’t just hire anyone. We rigorously train our team to make sure that we give only the best service. The microblading process is carefully done so client reviews are always beyond expectation.

Choose OPM because it is good for you, for the environment, and for your budget. With us, your lifelong beauty is well attended to.

How the best microblading service in the US was founded

Like all the best inventions in the world, OPM began with an existing problem and a great idea.

Our story begins with Lorine Mikheail—the creator and owner of the best microblading service in the U.S.–and her passion for permanent makeup.

Changing times

It was the middle of the nineties. The new millennium was fast approaching. Technology was advancing like never before.

The beauty industry was not exempt.

Permanent makeup saw increasing popularity in Europe and the U.S. This was when Mikheail started to notice something alarming.

The Problem

This was what she discovered: several cases of permanent makeup and microblading led to skin damage and pigment discoloration. What’s worse was that the number of cases kept climbing.

Something had to be done.

Thus began her quest to find the solution to conventional and safe permanent makeup.

Drawing inspiration from history

Historically, microblading traces its roots to Asia, specifically ancient Japanese culture. The tattooing technique Tebori–literally meaning “to carve by hand”—used inks made from cadmium and charcoals.

Most inks used in conventional permanent makeup were metal-based. Inks with iron oxide were not only harmful but also prone to fading and discoloration.

Mikheail, a BS Nursing graduate and general practitioner, believed there had to be another way to look natural without compromising health.

The natural solution

So Mikheail formulated non-toxic, organic inks as an alternative to metal-based inks. These pigments were rich in color and did not fade. The best part was that they allowed for natural healing.

Today, OPM offers an inclusive line of pigments for easy selection and use for all skin types.

Read more: Organic Permanent Makeup Pigment – What’s the buzz all about?

Modern innovation

Aside from organic inks, Mikheail also discovered a way to prevent scarring and lessen pain. Most microblading tools and equipment pierce through the dermal layer. This caused secondary healing.

Mikheail’s extensive medical experience played a major role in the invention of the OPM machine. With the OPM machine, organic microblading and organic permanent makeup produce natural, longer-lasting results.

Permanent results for the future

Today, OPM is the #1 U.S. brand for permanent makeup and the best microblading service the market has to offer.

We have expanded our services and products to cater to a wider audience. Seeing the lack of knowledge and training on permanent makeup in the U.S., Mikheail initiated the OPM Academy.

Under the OPM Academy, anyone who wishes to learn more about permanent makeup as a career is welcome to join and learn from the best microblading service providers.

Mikheail believes perfect practice makes perfect work. We continue to share her vision in boosting confidence and improving lives—one face at a time.

After all, every great idea leads to permanent results.

Keep Reading: What is Microblading–and why you should try organic microblading

Nervous? Don't be! Here's what to expect a microblading appointment

Whether you’re just curious about microblading or you’ve already set your heart on getting gorgeous new brows, it’s good to know what to expect at a microblading appointment.

Microblading artists at Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM) are always very accommodating when it comes to explaining microblading procedures to clients. But if you want to be ahead of the learning curve, then that’s great! Read on below to know what to expect at a microblading appointment.

What is microblading?

Microblading is a process where a pigment is manually implanted directly under the skin by the use of nanoneedles.

OPM pigments come from 100% natural ingredients, so you’re one hundred percent sure there’ll be no side effects or any untimely discoloration.

Read more: What is microblading and why you should try microblading

Combined with the expertise of OPM artists, you’ll have fuller-looking, natural eyebrows in no time.

Before the microblading appointment

A standard appointment will have a required consultation prior to the procedure.

During the consultation, you determine the shape, design and color of your eyebrows. Your OPM artist will ask about your preference, as well, like whether you prefer a natural or a bold eyebrow.

With a waterproof eyebrow pencil, your OPM artist will then draw directly on your face. This will later act as a guide during the actual microblading. After this, you’ll be able to see what the final outcome will look like.

If you’re nervous or unsure about what you want, don’t worry! OPM microblading artists will guide you all throughout. They’re trained to advice you on the appropriate shape and color that best suits your skin and the frame of your face.

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During the microblading appointment

At OPM, we apply topical anesthesia before we start the actual microblading. Your discomfort will therefore be minimal.

OPM microblading artists use a manual tool to draw fine lines that mimic natural eyebrow hair. This gives you a natural finish and a striking new look.

But don’t take our word for it. Check out this short video of the OPM microblading process:

Know also that you won’t be bleeding; what to expect at a microblading appointment, however, are tiny beads of blood that will appear before they clot immediately.

Rest assured that OPM microblading academy graduates know the correct incision depth to avoid bleeding.

After the microblading appointment

Once the excess pigment is wiped off your face, it’s time to celebrate. You will be able to see your new and gorgeous look—a look that will last you two to five years.

And take note: you can now go back to work or do any of your normal everyday activities right after the microblading process. That’s right; microblading at OPM has no downtime.

However, it is advisable to get your brows retouched once a year. This is not only a part of your maintenance but a good chance for you to slightly change the color or shape as you wish. New eyebrow trend? No problem.

Without retouching, the applied pigments will fade. A touch-up appointment lasts between 30 minutes and 2 hours anyway, so it won’t be much of a trouble.

Read more: Microblading aftercare: What to do now that you have great brows

top 4 reasons to get your eyebrows microbladed

Struggling with getting your “eyebrows on fleek” before leaving the house? Have you wasted hundreds of dollars trying to land the right eyebrow products? The process of microblading eyebrows just might be the answer you’re looking for.

Microblading eyebrows? What’s that?

Microblading is a technique where artists draw semi-permanent strands of hair on the eyebrows using nanoneedles.

Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM), as the name suggest, uses only special organic ink that does not change color with time. Our organic pigments penetrate the superficial layer of the skin and last up to five years.

Read more: What is microblading and why you should try organic microblading

If you want natural-looking eyebrows that last, microblading eyebrows is the answer to your problems! Skip the eyebrow drawing before you rush for school or work, and you can save loads of time and energy worrying about having gorgeous brows.

What else do you need to know about the miracle that is microblading eyebrows? Read on.

Identify the perfect microblading establishment

You wouldn’t settle for a no-name eyebrow palette with bad reviews, would you?

The same goes for choosing who does your microblading.

OPM provides the best microblading services in the US. All of our microblading artists are well-trained under our very own OPM academy.

Lorine Mikheail, CEO of OPM Inc., always reiterates that microblading eyebrows and all other permanent makeup procedures must come from great experience. Microblading is a skill that must be mastered and perfected before working on real clients.

We also use organic pigments that have no side-effects and that are suitable for all skin types. No matter who you are or where you’re from, perfect eyebrows are always one appointment away!

Prepare properly.

It’s not that difficult, really; all you need is 2 to 3 hours. The microblading procedure lasts only that long, and you’re free to go about the rest of your day as soon as it’s done. Microblading eyebrows require no downtime.

However, refrain from using exfoliating treatments at least two weeks before the procedure. You’ll need to make your skin as least sensitive as possible to reduce what little bleeding there is.

Also, avoid blood thinners and alcohol for a week prior to the microblading eyebrows procedure; this way, there is proper wound healing and pigment absorption.

Read more: Microblading procedure: What you need to do before

Note that yearly touch-up appointments are recommended. These appointments only last anywhere from thirty minutes to two hours, depending on the amount of work that needs touching up.

Of course, make sure to read up on our microblading aftercare guide, so you know what to do after the appointment. But to make it easy, just remember that you should minimize exposure. That means no exposure to direct sunlight, water, skincare products, or skin contact.

The outcome may vary.

The final result of your eyebrows may differ from that of the others. This is due to the variation in skin type, natural eyebrow hair volume, incision application and pressure, pigment applied, and even how you follow aftercare guidelines.

No need to worry, though; at OPM, we make sure that outcome variation is for your benefit. Everyone is unique—and so are their eyebrows!

Minimal adjustment is required.

Right after the microblading eyebrows procedure, the treated area will sometimes appear different from what you expect.

This is the part that requires patience, as color gradually softens by up to 30% or 40%. This is normal! Your eyebrow color blends to become a natural, softer shade as the pigment settles in the dermal layer of the skin.

Now that you know how meticulous and dedicated OPM is at microblading eyebrows, it’s time for you to join the eyebrow revolution! Experience organic beauty at the hands of our professionals.

Book an appointment today.