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Eyebrow microblading for moms

Motherhood is difficult—but rewarding. Whether it’s looking after one or five children, everyday is both a challenge and an adventure. But some days are more challenging than others. How do moms find the time to feel good about themselves?

We have just the solution: eyebrow microblading.

Eyebrows are the beauty trend of the decade. And it’s no surprise; a perfectly-shaped eyebrow can make you look younger and fresher than ever before. But with more and more eyebrow products and hundreds of YouTube tutorials to comb through, it can get hard to keep up.

Enter eyebrow microblading.

Eyebrow microblading is the process of drawing fine lines using pigments to mimic the hairs in your eyebrows. The result is beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows that require no prep time.

The process is achieved with a manual pen-type tool. Microblading artists shape your eyebrows according to how you want them to look. Yearly touch-ups allow you to change your look according to what’s trending!

Eyebrow microblading is perfect for hands-on moms, moms-on-the-go and all the moms in between. Here’s why:

1) Eyebrow microblading is safe and organic.

Moms’ number one priority is always their kids’ safety—which means they shouldn’t neglect their own health. After all, the kids need and want you to be around!

Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM)’s organic microblading lives up to its name.

Our pigments:

  • have no side effects;
  • are compatible with all skin types;
  • are longer-lasting than non-organic pigments; and
  • have a wide range of hues for all skin colors.

Important note: Moms-to-be are not encouraged to get their eyebrows microbladed. Please wait until after giving birth to schedule for your appointment. Read more: Can I get microblading during pregnancy?

2) Your eyebrows will be microbladed by experts in the industry.

OPM’s founder is a pioneer in the permanent makeup industry. In fact, OPM was founded as a solution to dangerous permanent makeup practices.

We even have our own academy, where we train beauty professionals to be microblading experts. We’re also accredited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and we strictly follow the sanitation standards prescribed by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

We don’t take your safety lightly—we make sure you leave our clinic happy, healthy and more confident than ever before.

3) You won’t have to take a day off from mommy duties.

As eyebrow microblading is a non-surgical procedure, you can go back to being a supermom immediately after getting your eyebrows done. There is no downtime for eyebrow microblading.

There are, of course, aftercare guidelines that you need to follow. These guidelines, however, won’t change your daily routine in the least.

Basically, you just need to make sure the microbladed area avoids contact with:

  • direct sunlight and extreme weather conditions;
  • skin care products (lotions, moisturizers, etc.);
  • water and sweat; and
  • direct skin contact.

4) You’ll look beautiful everyday—effortlessly.

No more precious hours wasted watching makeup tutorials or finding yet another eyebrow palette. All you need to do is schedule an appointment, show up for your eyebrow microblading procedure, and wake up every day ready for more challenges and adventures!

It doesn’t just save you time, either. Think of it as a well-deserved treat after all your hard work.

After all, a happy mom raises happy kids. And what kids don’t want mom to be happy and confident?

Excited yet? Read more about microblading here, or read through this quick list of what you need to do before getting your eyebrows microbladed.

Or, better yet, schedule an appointment today!

What is microblading? Here's everything you need to know

You’re excited for your first microblading procedure—that’s great! Now, it’s time to make sure you’re well-prepared.

While this beauty craze is for anyone who wants fuller, beautiful brows, only those who can follow instructions properly will get the most out of their microblading service. Here’s how to get your skin ready for an OPM microblading procedure.

Things You Should Not Do before the Microblading Procedure

Don’t pluck, tweeze, or wax your eyebrows

We understand that this is something you normally do early in the morning. However, for at least one week before your microblading procedure, do not pluck or tweeze any of your eyebrow hair.

Refrain from waxing the area to be microbladed, as well. In fact, even taking out smaller hair follicles through electrolysis is prohibited.

Why, you ask? Because aside from giving you slight discomfort, plucking, tweezing and waxing can actually make your skin ‘less relaxed’.

Less relaxed skin will make you too sensitive to be exposed to a process like the OPM microblading procedure.

Avoid getting sunburned

It might be a good idea to postpone that beach trip. You can’t allow your face to get sunburned. Chances are, the tanned skin surrounding your eyebrows will exfoliate or shed off.

As that happens, the color goes off, as well. That means you won’t have your original skin color and that matching the right pigment for you will be trickier.

Don’t dye your brows

Speaking of colors, don’t tint your eyebrows three days before the procedure, either. The color of your eyebrows from the artificial tint won’t last long; they’re only semi-permanent.

Once your tint fades, your microbladed eyebrows might not perfectly match the actual pigment of your skin. So, skip the dye for now—our OPM pigment is designed for long-lasting effect, anyway!

Skip the facial

Two weeks prior to treatment, skip your weekly facial routine. Peeling products and services are exfoliators that may inflame your skin or make it too sensitive for the OPM microblading procedure.

Things You Should Not Take before the Microblading Procedure

Don’t take Vitamin A or Retinol

Discontinue using Vitamin A or Retinol products one month before the treatment. These very accessible drugs promote skin cell changeover, resulting in newer and more delicate skin. You don’t want to have this kind of skin during the procedure.

Skip the Fish Oil and Vitamin E

Speaking of vitamins, Fish Oil and Vitamin E should not be ingested one week prior to the procedure. These two are natural blood thinners. While there will be no bleeding during your microblading procedure, very tiny blots of blood will appear around the microbladed area.

But don’t worry—these blots readily become blood clots. However, if your blood is thin, the process of blood clotting becomes slightly slower, and we don’t want that in our operation.

Relieve yourself from pain relievers

Similarly, pain relievers like aspirin and ibuprofen make the blood thinner. Avoid these at all costs, especially when nearing the microblading procedure.

Hold the margaritas

Lastly, in order to make sure that there won’t be any bleeding at all and that color deposit is never poor, do not drink alcohol 24-48 hours before the microblading procedure.

With all these small sacrifices under your belt, you’ll be on your way to looking great. Organic Permanent Makeup OPM promises you that—all you need is a little patience. Margaritas on the beach can always come after!

Lorine Mikhaeil is the founder of the best microblading academy in the U.S.

Are you confused about picking the right microblading academy for you? Well, look no further. Organic Permanent Makeup OPM Academy is the choice for budding microblading experts.

Why, you ask?

Short answer: We’re the best.

Long answer: Organic Permanent Makeup OPM Academy is the longest-running program in the U.S. We offer organic microblading products, highly rated services, and effective professional training. And not only do we teach you, we also offer a job afterwards.

Yes, you read that right. Finish our training, join our team, and earn $10,000 per month, guaranteed.

No shortcuts: Microblading training takes time

Fact is, we don’t short-sell our students: the truth is that there’s no alternate route but sheer determination.

Microblading training takes two to three months. Study a few weeks short of that, and you risk not learning the delicate art and science of microblading.

One microblading academy or two might try to convince you that training lasts only two days. Be careful: these schools only want your money.

They’re not really concerned about whether or not you get a proper career. All they do is show you how their staff does it; they don’t let you handle the needle and face the clients.

In the end, you’ll learn nothing.

Learn from the best in the industry

Lorine Mikheail is the inventor of the Organic Permanent Makeup OPM system. She commits strongly to her passion for permanent makeup—the organic way. Being a pioneer in the industry, she attests that 2 days, 10 days, or even 15 days are really not enough to train students.

She also tells her students to practice every day. Microblading is an art, and Lorine makes sure students learn the importance of perfecting that art. As a microblading artist herself, she puts emphasis on the principles of stability, leverage, and—most of all—symmetry.

Hard work is also important. A client has only one face, so it’s best not to mess up anything, even the tiniest bit of detail, Lorine says.

Microblading academy programs should be systematic

Microblading is not only an art; it’s also a science. That means, you can expect a well-organized and well-planned learning program.

The OPM Microblading Academy follows a three-step process:

  1. Hands-on Demonstration – You get to see with your own eyes the step-by-step procedures involving microblading and other permanent makeup processes.
  2. Mandatory Practice – We require compulsory 150 hours of practice to finish this stage. Your aim is to develop muscle memory, making microblading second nature to you. During this stage, we give you weekly homework and plenty of educational videos to watch in your own home, at your own time.
  3. On Live Models – No other microblading academy will train you this extensively. We want to make sure you get everything right, so we use the ultimate test: real human beings, real clients. Don’t be intimidated; at this point, our students are too good to mess up. Besides, our experts are there to supervise you—and congratulate you on being a microblading artist afterwards.

Not just a microblading academy, but a family

We make sure you achieve your ambition in becoming a professional OPM artist. Once you’re done with training, we help you become a member of our team.

Have your photo up on our website, get marketed to our clients, and watch your portfolio grow for the world to see.

At OPM Academy, your success is our achievement. Join now!

What’s the difference between microblading vs eyebrow tattooing? It’s easy to mistake the two as the same procedure. However, they’re actually completely different.

Both microblading and eyebrow tattooing are beauty enhancement techniques. Although—spoiler alert—many consider microblading the better option.

That’s why Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM) only offers microblading. Here’s a rundown of why:

Procedure

  • Microblading: Fine lines are hand-drawn by skilled artists. Lines do not bleed over time.
  • Eyebrow Tattooing: Lines are not as fine as those done via microblading. They may also bleed over time. Lines eventually get thicker over the years, as well.

Retention

  • Microblading: Effects last two to five years. Experts designed the procedure for once a year retouching. This means you always have the option of changing up your style with something trendier than last year’s look.
  • Eyebrow Tattooing: Eyebrow tattoo remains permanent, even if you are running the risk of discoloration.

Color

  • Microblading: OPM pigments are all organic, made only from natural ingredients. This gives the assurance that there will be no changes in the color and no side effects. The pigment may lighten its saturation but will never change its hue.
  • Eyebrow Tattooing: The kinds of ink used are the traditional ones, which turn blue or brown over time. Pigment discoloration lead to a mismatch with skin tone, leaving your eyebrows looking unnatural.

Pain

  • Microblading: The needle doesn’t enters past the papillary dermis, so the procedure won’t hurt a lot. The anesthetic used prior to the treatment numbs the clients from pain, as well, so the procedure is virtually painless.
  • Eyebrow Tattooing: The needle is inserted into the deepest layer of the skin, which cause pain and bleeding.

Results

  • Microblading: Eyebrows look natural after treatment, since they are carefully hand-drawn and produced using organic pigment. Individual hair strokes blend with the client’s real hair.
  • Eyebrow Tattooing: A machine-tattooed eyebrow appears to be a flat solid line drawn above your eyes, making it not look like an eyebrow at all.

Conclusion

Between microblading vs eyebrow tattooing, OPM microblading will always be better. Microblading technology is newer and was made to solve the problems of eyebrow tattooing.

With OPM, your microblading service will be done by experts with the use of organic pigments. The procedure is low-risk and safe.

Book an appointment today.

microblading aftercare

Now that you have the beautiful brows you’ve always deserved, it’s time to turn your attention to microblading aftercare. What you do after a successful microblading operation is vital to speeding up healing.

By now, you know that OPM only cares about making you feel beautiful and confident. We pay careful attention to detail, especially when putting OPM pigments in the right spot. It has to be not too shallow that the pigment won’t retain, and not too deep that your skin will develop scars.

This time, taking care of your beautiful skin is up to you. Here’s what you need to know about microblading aftercare.

Avoid any additional applications

We are not fond of applying any ointments, creams, skin oils, lotions or moisturizers on the microbladed area as part of post-care procedure.

These substances could get into the wells created during the procedure and might push back OPM pigment to the surface in the long run.

Try not to wet the microbladed area

When bathing, ensure that the area is well-protected from water. Always avoid it from getting wet or damp, even from excessive sweating, because it could lead to an infection.

No touching

The trick is to just leave it be.

Don’t touch it with your fingers. We understand that you’re itching to admire your new look, but rest assured that it looks great and is safe. We use the least invasive procedure in the market!

Just wait for the area to be completely healed before making direct skin contact.

Protect yourself from the weather

Skip the sunbathing for now. It’s best to avoid direct exposure from the sun, especially in hot environments.

Likewise, refrain from going to windy and dusty places, as these could cause unnecessary complications on your microbladed skin.

There’s no need to worry

OPM’s number one goal is client satisfaction. We always love to see you happy and satisfied.

This is why our microblading artists will call seven days after the microblading procedure to check you if you have any concerns or questions and that everything is okay.

We also consistently remind our clients to come back after six to eight weeks after their first appointment for a retouch. It’s a labor of love, seeing you maintain that everlasting beauty.

If you follow, OPM’s guide to microblading aftercare, then there’s no reason to your healing time will extend beyond 3 to 5 days.

On our part, we can assure you that it is our mission that there will be little to no scabbing. And, of course, that you look your absolute best!

For questions and concerns, don’t hesitate to contact Organic Permanent Makeup through this form or via our number: 310-207-7797.

history of microblading

Microblading is an alternative to conventional makeup. It’s also a rising trend in the US. The practice, however, traces its roots back to ancient Japanese culture. Here’s a quick rundown of the history of microblading.

It began as an alternative trade for woodcarvers

Tattoos were prohibited and considered as taboo in Japan for several centuries. Despite this, Horimono—the traditional Japanese art of tattooing—was popular in the late Edo period, especially among common folk.

But who were the tattoo artists?

At the time, Ukiyo-e or Japanese woodblocking was flourishing. The woodcarvers, however, did not earn enough for a living. Many shifted to tattooing instead, where the demand constantly rose and where they received guaranteed weekly wages.

Horimono artists used natural inks made from charcoal and cadmium to produce rich, elegant colors and shades. Arists dipped bamboo rod with fixed needles into ink and etched designs on human skin.

This technique was known as tebori, which literally means “to carve by hand”. Tebori is commonly cited as a direct inspiration for the tools and the process used in microblading.

A modern update

As economy began to rise and technology advanced, it was inevitable that the beauty industry would boom. Permanent makeup slowly gained popularity in Asia and, later, Europe and the US.

Permanent makeup accommodates a market that demanded for an alternative to conventional, time-consuming makeup.

Due to its global popularity, microblading is known by many names, including but not limited to: eyebrow embroidery, micro-stroking, and 3D eyebrows. Microblading ink, tools, techniques, and practices vary from artist to artist and continue to change over time.

However, failed microblading attempts due to improper training and poor technique also rose. Metal-based inks were popular. However, these caused pigments to fade into unnatural colors and posed potential health risks.

Lorine Mikhaiel, a BS Nursing graduate with a passion for permanent makeup, sought to fix that and tried to find solutions that would make permanent makeup and microblading safer, less painful, and longer-lasting.

From her discoveries and innovations, Organic Permanent Makeup and organic microblading was born.

A new chapter in the history of microblading

Today, OPM is the #1 US brand for permanent makeup and is the best microblading procedure provider the market has to offer.

By looking back and using history as inspiration, we have created a new industry for people who wish to look natural and boost their confidence.

We also offer exclusive classes through our OPM Academy, where we teach aspiring organic permanent makeup artists and technicians the proper way of helping clients look their best. Through intensive training from our team of world-class professionals, any beauty enthusiast can learn the art and skill of microblading.

With the history of microblading to guide us, the future of beauty begins now.

What is microblading? Here's everything you need to know

The practice of microblading as a profession and alternative solution to conventional makeup has become a rising trend in the US. But what is microblading exactly?

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique that mimics hair-like strokes on the eyebrow. People avail microblading for contouring, enhancement or scar concealment. The procedure goes by different names: eyebrow embroidery, micro-stroking or 3D eyebrows.

Organic microblading, on the other hand, is an exclusive OPM-pioneered service. Coming together are non-toxic, organic pigments; high-grade permanent makeup machines and world-class training. All this so you get the natural, effortless look you desire and deserve.

Organic microblading looks natural

Most inks used in microblading and permanent makeup are metal-based and therefore contain iron oxides. These inks may cause allergic reactions and could be detrimental to your health.

Here in OPM, we take the natural effect of microblading another step further. We use organic ingredients from plants to produce pigments fit for all skin typesThis makes our products safer and friendlier to different skin undertones.

Our exclusive 3D OPM machine used for organic microblading is digital, magnetic, and comes with different types of needles to produce soft, precise, hair-like strokes. No bleeding, no damage.

And not only does organic microblading save time on applying make-up, it also allows everyone to have crisp, natural results. Everyone from people with oily skin and allergies to people incapable of applying makeup can look and feel good.

This is what is microblading about.

Organic microblading lasts longer

Aside from health risks, metal-based inks have the tendency to fade into unnatural colors with time.

At OPM, we avoid this by only using organic pigments. Organic pigments last longer. In general, organic permanent makeup lasts from two to five years.

For organic microblading, we recommend minimal touch-ups every year. Furthermore, the OPM machine has specialized needles and decreased vibration. This allows maximum pigment retention during microblading without leading to skin trauma.

Organic microblading ensures fast recovery

Unlike regular microblading, organic microblading has no downtime at all! You can even go to work immediately after the procedure.

How is this possible, you ask? Organic microblading causes less damage and scarring to the skin. The OPM machine that has an accurate stabilizing needle frequency when applying the pigment to the epidermis. This way, organic microblading only results in primary healing intention.

Note that, for aging skin, it is possible for there to be minimal redness or swelling. This is natural. Your skin will heal naturally in 3-5 days.

Read more on what to expect during your microblading healing time.

Organic microblading is safe

Of course, like all procedures, microblading comes with its set of risks. But that doesn’t mean it’s not safe.

Due to the nature of the procedure, it’s possible for the area to be infected if the microblading is done without proper sterilization and sanitation.

But no worries—at OPM, we prevent this by enforcing strict, intensive, hands-on training for our artists and technicians. We focus especially on proper sterilization and sanitation of tools and equipment.

We’ve also equipped the OPM machine with a cross-contamination protection system through the hand piece and needle cartridge system to further ensure your safety.

Organic microblading requires aftercare

While organic microblading has no downtime, the procedure still requires proper aftercare.

Avoid putting on makeup on and around your eyebrows. Swimming, tanning, and activities that induce sweat are not advised, either.

Following the aftercare guidelines we provide guarantees proper healing in 3 to 5 days.

For more information on what is microblading aftercare, click here. Proper aftercare will also be discussed in personal consultation prior to the procedure.

Organic microblading needs proper training

Improper training and lack of skill in microblading could cause disastrous effects and lead to permanent scarring. Fortunately, OPM offers world-class training on organic microblading and organic permanent makeup led by the best in the field.

Our artists and technicians have received certification and intensive training, including exclusive online classes, hands-on practice, and working with real life models. We offer nothing less than world-class permanent make-up services.

And there you have it. What is microblading? A safe, easy, and effective way of getting the eyebrows of your dreams. Beauty is only one appointment away!

Got any questions? Visit our FAQ page or contact us to inquire about organic microblading. Check out the services and products we have to offer to begin your journey to long-lasting, beautiful change.

microblading healing time

There are several factors that affect microblading healing time, but one of the most important is which microblading establishment you went to. The quality of your procedure has the biggest effect on your healing process.

At Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM), healing time lasts only 3 to 5 days.

Sounds impossible? Here’s how and why OPM is so good at achieving a speedy microblading healing time.

Primary healing vs. Secondary healing

At OPM, where every microblading artist has finished a minimum of 100 hours of practice, correct microblading practice is always observed. We always aim for the skin’s primary healing after the procedure.

Primary healing also goes by ‘first intention healing’ or ‘primary union’. It’s a type of wound healing where there is very little tissue loss, so faster microblading healing time occurs.

Secondary healing, on the other hand, is a kind of healing with considerable tissue loss. Healing time is longer, and chances of scarring and infection are greater.

Proper handling of tools and the appropriate control on incision depth are vital in determining which kind of healing you will undergo.

Proper depth eesults in proper microblading healing time

The thickness of the epidermis in the eyebrow area varies from 0.6 mm to 0.9 mm, depending on age. As we grow older, our skin becomes thinner.

Imagine how delicate our skin really is. Such tenderness should only be exposed to regulated pressure.

At OPM, microblading artists have a knack for knowing and feeling just the right amount of pressure. They guarantee that they only apply a pressure of 50 psi to avoid bleeding and scarring—as opposed to 100 psi of pressure which could cut deeply through the dermis.

Observe proper microblading aftercare

Of course, not everything is up to your microblading artist. If microblading aftercare instructions are ignored, you’ll run the risk of having an infection and there a much longer pace for your microblading healing time.

The basic rule of microblading aftercare is: minimize exposure.

Don’t expose the microbladed area to the following:

  • direct skin contact
  • direct sunlight
  • water, sweat, and all other liquids
  • makeup
  • skin oils, moisturizers, creams, lotions, and the like

For a complete list of aftercare instructions, visit our microblading aftercare guide.

Know that in OPM, our services have no downtime. It means you can work right after your successful microblading operation, and with your diligent cooperation, you will absolutely achieve the ideal microblading healing time.

For questions or concerns, drop us a message or a line at 310-207-7797.

microblading and pregnancy

The quick answer is that it’s a recipe for disaster. Microblading during pregnancy is not worth it. You don’t want to risk the life of your baby even if you merely want to continue your regular beauty upkeep.

Here’s why:

1. Think about how a microblading process is performed.

In order to make those small and precise strokes that mimic real hair growth, a group of nanoneedles cut through the epidermis of the skin to insert our organic pigment.

Cliché as it may sound, prevention is better than cure. You want to avoid any and all unnecessary procedures during preganancy.

OPM is always strong in its affirmation that its microblading procedure is safe, clean, and of the highest standard. However, the fact remains that microblading still poses the possibility of infection—which is definitely harmful to your baby if it happens.

2. Microblading during pregnancy reduces efficiency.

When you’re pregnant, your own body produces more hormones and increased blood volume by 20%. This is to compensate for your baby’s needs inside your womb.

As a result, our OPM pigments may not settle that well in your skin as compared to when you are not pregnant. Don’t settle for less when you can wait a few months and get better results.

3. There is limited scientific research on OPM pigments.

There is no known way of finding out how a baby’s system would react to a foreign matter like our very own organic pigments if it is introduced via the mother’s skin. And, frankly, we’re not going to encourage our clients to experiment.

Simply put, microblading during pregnancy is safe for mothers, but it may not be for babies.

Since quality is what we always aim for with our microblading services, and given that our client’s safety and satisfaction are always on our minds, we advise you:

Wait until after your pregnancy.

After all, bearing a child is a sweet sacrifice. And while we want you to be your beautiful, confident self as soon as possible, OPM will insist on waiting until after your bundle of joy is born.

Is microblading painful? Not at OPM

It’s natural to wonder: “Is microblading painful?” Beauty does sometimes comes with pain—we’ve all accepted this. But should it really?

Well, our clients at Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM) have answers to that question. Some felt little to no pain. Others didn’t even notice that their microblading procedure was already done. There are even cases where a customer slept during the entire procedure.

To put it simply, even with these varying answers, it’s evident that OPM microblading is not painful.

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

Is microblading painful when it uses only organic pigments?

No. Organic microblading is safer and lesser painful because there are no side effects.

Our organic pigment comes from natural sources and has many color variations. They are vegetable-, mineral-, and water-based pigments. And, as we all know, our body is made up of 60% water, meaning it absorbs the pigment more easily.

Also, compared to solidly-filled eyebrow tattoos, OPM microblading only needs small pigments to do the job. That means less time for the client to be subjected to the procedure.

In other words, organic microblading is very compatible with our body. Not only does it accept organic pigments faster and more effectively, it’s also a shorter procedure. Less time equals less pain.

That is, if there is any pain at all.

Is microblading painful during healing?

Healing depends on the degree of tissue loss. OPM makes sure our incisions in your skin will yield only to primary healing. We only need to go as deep as the upper epidermis, before the hair follicle and the blood vessels.

That means our healing time is only three to five days.

Primary healing happens when there is little tissue loss. Secondary healing, on the other hand, happens when there is extensive tissue loss.

Basically: the smaller the tissue loss, the faster the healing process. In OPM, we don’t need to go that deep to get the pigment in.

And since the cut is not that deep, clients are assured that very little tissue loss was made and that the whole process truly doesn’t hurt, especially if compared to traditional tattooing that penetrates very deeply in the skin.

Does science help microblading become less painful?

OPM only uses very fine nanoneedles to create hair strokes. These strokes are laid in a specific 3D pattern that can hardly be distinguished from real hair.

So it’s important that the cuts are fine, and with our equipment, we make it look easy. Our 17 nanoneedles, perfectly configured as a single power pen, makes the job of creating perfect, natural-looking and symmetrical eyebrows painless.

We don’t need to go seven layers deep into the skin, like traditional tattooing. With our microblading tools, we can do with only a few layers. We definitely have the least invasive procedure in the market.

The conclusion: Microblading is not painful

Thanks to our rigid team training, microblading is always done properly. We never skip important sterilization steps, and we always observe absolute patience regarding the proper depth of the incision.

With OPM, you can cut five to ten minutes of your makeup routine every single day. After all, we believe that beauty should not come with pain.

If you believe the same thing, then perhaps it’s time to book an appointment.