PMU Eyebrow Enhancement 
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Please note that we don't offer Microblading on clients with:
  • Previous permanent eyebrow makeup
  • Fitzpatrick IV, V or VI skin type. The pigment on darker skin will appear in a very low contrast and will not show, due to its low intensity.
Please read further for any health or condition's contraindications.
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At Leeza's Browtique we create the most natural looking brows with the use of Phibrows, Premium Standard European Microblading Technology. Phibrows is a technique of semi-permanent drawing of eyebrows, with hyper-realistic results. The shape of eyebrows is calculated only according to the morphology of the face and the golden mean, the number φ (1.618). The color is determined only according to the natural color of the hairs in the eyebrows and the hair.  Symmetry is determined digitally when the facial muscles are relaxed (when the client’s eyes are closed).
Although microblading is actually a type of permanent makeup application, it is still a separate and completely different skill.  Sterile disposable blade, that consists of a series of needles, penetrates the superficial layer of the skin and releases the pigment into it.


At the beginning of the procedure, before the microblading, Leeza shapes your eyebrows with a pencil, allowing you to agree on the best shape to fit your face. During the procedure, a topical anesthetic will be applied for your comfort. Aftercare Kit and instructions will be provided at the end of each procedure. A touch up (second step) will be available after 6 weeks following your first visit, and included in the cost during the first 3 months. Refreshing of the color is done after a year or later, as needed. 


*Microblading is not recommended for the clients with oily skin, due to the retention and migration of the pigment. 


Microshading (Powder Brows)


Powder brows, also known as ombre brows or ombre powder brows, is a slightly newer semi-permanent brow technique that creates a soft, powdered (makeup) look that subtly fills in your brow.


This semi-permanent technique is the suggested and preferred method for those people who have oily skin, since this skin type does not hold the pigment of microblading very well. More mature skin types also respond better to this brow-filling method due to their loss of collagen. Less collagen means the skin is thinner, which means that the microblading technique feels more painful and invasive than when you get ombre brows.

Powder brows consultation is mandatory.


Digital Microblading (Nano Brows)             


Digital Microblading (hair strokes) brows are created using a cosmetic tattooing machine with a tiny needle that injects pigment into the skin. Digital hair stroke technique is less traumatic to the skin than Microblading, it causes less bruising and bleeding. The procedure might take longer than Microblading, as you have to work very slowly to ensure the pigment is implanted accurately.

Digital Microblading tend to retain pigment and last longer in the skin than Microblading. It is also considered  to be less painful than Microblading technique. The absence of distinctive grating noise that associates with microblading, makes digital hair strokes technique more preferred by the clients. But the most importantly, Digital Microblading suits any skin type, oily to very oily, eczema prone, and even very pale translucent skin.

A free touchup will be available 6 weeks after initial procedure during the first 3 months.












Digital Microblading consultation is mandatory.


Permanent makeup is NOT recommended for any clients who are or have:

  • Pregnant or nursing

  • Diabetic

  • Undergoing Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)

  • Viral infections and/or diseases

  • Epilepsy

  • A Pacemaker or major heart problems

  • Skin irritations, Eczema or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)

  • Prone to Keloids

  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)

  • Used Accutane in the past year

  • Used Retin-A in the past 30 days

  • Used Steroids in a past 3 week

  • You must be off your blood thinners for a week before your PMU procedure

  • Mandatory PMU consultation is $50 fee and applies toward your procedure (for out of town clients-phone consultation is mandatory)
  • Initial Microblading procedure $800 ($400 deposit applied) (Yearly touchup $200)
  • Initial Digital Microblading (Nano Brows) procedure $900 ($450 deposit applied) (Yearly touchup $300)
  • Initial Microshading procedure $400 ($200 deposit applied) (Yearly touchup $200)
  • First touchup 1-3 months after procedure is included in procedure cost (preexisting clients only)
  • Yearly touch for preexisting clients only
  • 24-hour cancellations are required for all
Eyebrow Before Care
  • Do not exercise the day of the procedure

  • Do not tan within 48 hours

  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure

  • No alcohol or caffeine on the day of the procedure

  • No eyebrow waxing or tinting within 14 days

  • Please do not bring children or pets to your appointment



Eyebrow Aftercare

To avoid infection and ensure the best possible result it is important to follow the post treatment and apply the correct care to your cosmetic tattoo! We will consult you on your aftercare and provide you with the home care kit.


Avoid After Procedure

  • Fitness (any physical activity that promotes sweat)-7 days

  • Sun-2 weeks

  • Tanning Beds-2 weeks

  • Spray Tan-2 weeks

  • Swimming-2 weeks

  • Makeup on eyebrows- 10 days

  • Peeling or scratching your cosmetic tattoo


70% of your final result depends on your aftercare!

"I don't believe in making the clients self conscious and vulnerable, while selling my services. I believe in making them interested, confident and excited by explaining what I could do and how".