Semi-Permanent Microblading Brow and
Microblading - $370 effective 1/1/22 $385
Shading only - $370 effective 1/1/22 $385
Microblading and Shading - $410 effective 1/1/22 $425
Lash Enhancing Eyeliner top or bottom $175, both $300
effective 1/1/22 $184, both $315
Thicker Eyeliner top or bottom $200, both $350
effective 1/1/22 $209, both $365
4 - 6 Week Touch Up -
**$110 microblading, shading only, or eyeliner
effective 1/1/22 $114
**$160 Microblading and Shading
effective 1/1/22 $169
Consultation (30 min) $100; 50% cost of consultation will be removed from the above prices when scheduling the service at the time of consultation.
Future Enhancements will be reduced from regular pricing:
less than 12 mos = 25% off
12 mos to 2 yrs = 20% off
discounts only for original work done by Lauraly.
Did you over pluck or have the brows started to thin out. This will look like a natural brow
Saves you time every morning and say "I woke up like this!"
Eyebrows will be symmetrical and frame your face
Provides you with more confidence
Looks like actual hairs of the brow
Suggest touch-up every 12 to 18 months (after your 6-week touch-up)
Plan on about 2 to 2.5 hours from the procedure
Saves you time every morning
Reduces stress of smeared and smudged eyeliner
Prevents eye irritation
Provides you with more confidence
Prevents consistent stretching of the delicate skin
Contact wearers with permanent eyeliner do not have to worry about getting flakes of eyeliner on their contacts
Suggest touch-up every 12 to 18 months (after your 6 week touch-up). Touch-ups can be performed at various intervals after the 6 week touch-up. See scheduling site for specific pricing
Plan on about 2 hours for the procedure
Look better. Look younger.
Enjoy added beauty, a more youthful appearance, and a consistent solution to simplify your life.
What is required by the State of Colorado?
by the State of Colorado (DORA), the technician must be a licensed Esthetician or Cosmetologist; in addition, has completed the 132 hours required to perform permanent makeup/tattoo; although not required by DORA, technician should continue education to master their craft with many companies/organizations that teach permanent makeup.
Depending on the County of which the technician resides, an inspection is required to start their business, yearly certificates and ongoing yearly inspections. Meanwhile, the technician should not be performing this service out of their home and must display their County Certificate (if the county requires one, Boulder County does in fact require) for your safety.
How is the pain minimized?
Everyone has a different pain threshold. Care is taken into account to minimize this pain as much as possible. After the design is determined, Laurie will lightly scratch the design with the blade and color. Once the skin has been scratched, she will use a numbing cream, if desired, to help more lidocaine get in under the skin. Based on feedback, the pain might have a burning or hair plucking experience, if at all.
Why choose Lauraly Wax Studio & More, Inc.?
Laurie is a Master Technician/Esthetician that has completed the State of Colorado required regulations, including the 132 hours with Lash & Company in Thornton, CO. In addition to the required training, Laurie has continued to master her craft with additional training with Deluxe Brows in Microblading, Ombre Brows and Alkaline Removal of tattoo or microbladed brows.
Laurie spends the time needed making sure the client likes the design, prior to starting the blading process.
Understanding color theory, Laurie works with the client to determine the best color/pigment. She only uses the best pigments by Deluxe Brows.
Lauraly Wax Studio & More, Inc. is certified by the Boulder Health Department and has yearly inspections.
Laurie carries Permanent Makeup Liability insurance for your protection.
What should I expect during the appointment?
Laurie will visit with the client to understand their lifestyle and habits. She will get started with the design work of the brows. This usually is the longest process to ensure the client loves what Laurie is getting ready to blade on the clients skin. Once the design is done, the numbing process will begin along with color choice. After the numbing process, the blading process will begin slowly, making sure every hair stroke is precise. Then waulau, new brows, then the healing process begins.
If eyeliner is being performed, we will discuss the desired thickness, then the numbing process will begin. In most cases, a tattoo machine is used for the eyeliner. Individuals tend to get nervous, since working right at the eyes. Laurie works with the client to calm ther nerves as relaxing is necessary during this quick process. Laurie will hold the eye/skin very tight to help with the pain and allow the color to implant in the skin. Then the healing process begins.
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Healing Process - See the After Care section