Micropigmentation Eyebrows 

Hair by hair 3D eyebrows (MICROBLADING)

Is one of my specialties Microblading technique, is a type of eyebrow architecture. It is all about creating the best shape for each face; The process is very precise thanks to the tool that I use which is effectively like a pen with the nib being a sloped blade with 10-12 little needles at the end, needles that don’t penetrate the skin but just delicately scratch the surface, much like a paper cut. The needle very finely implants featherweight strokes with a medical grade pigment on the epidermis layer for the skin, creating fine, realistic, and natural hair strokes Microblading, unlike tattooing, is not in the deep layer of skin, but more on the surface. This is also not permanent, and the color fades within 18 months.

The hair strokes are far more natural and finer than any tattoo, as a handheld needle/blade is used – there is no electrical gadget that permeates deep in this technique. There is therefore more of a scratching noise, rather than a buzz of a tattoo gun that pierces the skin so deeply.

To obtain perfect eyebrows, I use the principle of symmetric design to then make hair-to-hair strokes following the shape of my clients' natural eyebrows, making the eyebrow look natural, thus correcting the different imperfections. that the patient may have as scars, partial or total depopulation, asymmetries due to previous tattoos, or simply want a redesign of the eyebrows.

To create naturalness in the eyebrows and hair, I choose pigments with a tone that harmonizes with the hair color, the tone of the eyes, and the skin type using the Fitzpatrick chart. The eyebrow micropigmentation treatment is not permanent that is why I suggest every 6 months or after one year to redesign new eyebrows, it is because over time the color will become clearer and clearer until it disappears, we must make sure that it does not turn orange or red colors in old age. These reddish or purple colors happen because of the presence of heavy metals in the composition of the pigment. To prevent this, I only use high-quality pigments on my clients. and Certified Heavy Metal Free, Certified Vegan and Certified Cruelty Free with no lead, Cadmium, Nickel, Mercury, Cobalt, or Tartrazine. They are mineral-based and assimilate with the body's natural molecular composition.

I'll measure up your eyebrows using a Microblading Ruler to choose the perfect shape of the brow, which is individual to each client. Based on this, I'll freehand the final shape so that you can visualize the design and size of your eyebrows; the next step will be to clean your eyebrows and choose the ideal pigment, finally, I will start to draw hair by hair above your natural eyebrows, according to the direction of the natural hairs of the eyebrows.

Once the design is done, I’ll apply a moisturizing cream with vitamins and schedule the initial touch-up, which is always after 8 days.

If you visit my page and are ready to enhance your beauty with perfect eyebrows, I invite you to contact me and schedule your free consultation now!



  • ​POWDER 

Powder, ombre, or mixed brows look a lot like your natural brows with a soft touch of makeup.

The reason behind that is because the tail at the end of the brow is a lot darker, while it slowly and gradually fades and looks a lot more natural at the beginning.

This is a very subtle look that everyone can pull off, and will love!

In time this pigment fades, and it leaves your brows a lot lighter and sparse looking, which can be fixed with regular salon visitations.

In this mixed technique, hairs will be drawn, thus making a type of eyebrow with a natural effect and in turn a shading as a base; in this way, we will have a filling effect and cover all the spaces, providing greater density to the eyebrow.
The shape will be drawn and shown in advance to the patient on the face directly drawn with a pencil for skin, so that it is previously approved by him/ her, and proceed with the performance of the technique.
This is the fusion between the hair-to-hair or microblading technique and the shading technique.

REQUIRED SESSIONS: Between 2 and 3 sessions depending on the healing of the skin, and the post-user care.

DURATION: Approximately six months, eight months, there are those who can last up to 1 year; this depends solely and exclusively on the type of skin of the patient and good habits in the area of ​​the eyebrows such as the use of SUN PROTECTION.

Six months, or up to 1 year, are times when the eyebrows go into color wear where the visibility or the entire process is lost to a great extent.

TIME TO CARRY OUT THE PROCESS: From 1 hour and a half to 2 approx.

Among the recommended care, the following stands out.

  • No sun
  • No sauna
  • ​No jacuzzi
  • ​No pool
  • ​No alcoholic beverages 
  • ​No irritating foods
  • ​No Smoking
  • ​Avoid direct contact with cigarette smoke
  • ​Do not take an excessively hot shower on the treated area
  • ​Do not wash your face with soap
  • ​Do not apply creams, sunscreens, or products other than those recommended by sebastianink.com
  • ​Do not remove the scab that is formed by the healing process itself, it must fall naturally in order not to generate bleeding or an infectious process, which deteriorates the color and final result of the eyebrows. 


Eyebrow microblading and micropigmentation are semi-permanent and permanent makeup techniques that can help you, if you weren’t blessed with naturally beautiful eyebrows. 

Eyebrows frame your face and give personality to your eyes. In my many years on television, I’ve noticed how much can your expression change by simply working on your eyebrows. That said, I think the important thing here is not to have perfect eyebrows, but to get the most flattering shape for your face. There is not just one universal type of eyebrows that suits everybody; so run if someone ever uses a generic standard to define your eyebrows. Always pursue that which enhances your essence and your best features.

But, what is the difference between microblading and eyebrow micropigmentation, and which one to choose? Over the years, the techniques to emphasize your eyebrows have been following a trend: people want thicker, fuller eyebrows. Both microblading and micropigmentation are a very effective option if your eyebrows have bald spots, are undefined or thinning, and you don’t want to apply makeup every day to achieve the desired effect. Both techniques can help redefine your eyebrows and attain a more symmetrical look.

Of these two techniques, what stands out the most is that they both use a special technique to draw your eyebrows hair by hair; that’s why the results are very natural and have very little to do with the outdated eyebrow tattoo, which was done by drawing a straight line over your eye. Also, both methods use very natural pigment tones, seeking the closest resemblance to your natural hair color. They do have their differences, and your choice will depend on whether you are looking for something more permanent or if you think you might change your mind in the future, and also how thin your eyebrows are.


 -People think of it as a permanent makeup technique. Its effects last somewhere between 1 to 3 years, and sometimes they last forever, after a few touch-ups, depending on skin type, age and care.

-It uses a tool called a thermograph, that combines different kinds of needles to draw hair and then create a shading and filling effect. It is performed by a machine that programs the desired shape and applies it to the skin. 

-Micropigmentation might take longer to heal than microblading. 

-This process is perfect for people who have lost their eyebrows entirely due to alopecia or chemotherapy effects, because it uses a machine to define the entire shape of the brow, but it can also help create a fuller, and more defined look for eyebrows in general.


-It is a semi-permanent makeup technique (its effects last somewhere between 6 and 12 months)

-It uses a small pen that resembles a scalpel and it’s called “tabori”. Micro-cuts are made manually in the skin using the “tabori” to deposit different pigments inside the basal layer of the skin (the superficial layer). This pen is three times thinner than the tools used for micropigmentation and tattooing.

-By creating the hair-by-hair eyebrow, microblading achieves very natural results. It is the newest technique.

-Microblading can result in some bleeding and scabbing but it heals after a few days.

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