Microblading Newport Beach

Looking your best is important no matter where you live, but the Microblading Newport Beach residents seek out might feel a little bit more important. As one of the most beautiful spots in arguably the most beautiful of all U.S. states, Newport Beach and the rest of the Southern Orange County coastal area attracts discerning people who understand the importance of aesthetics in everyday life. Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup has been told by many of its OC Microblading clients that it’s more than worth the extra miles to benefit from the very best in eyebrow enhancement through Microblading in Newport Beach.

Why Microblading in Newport Beach?

Most often used for eyebrows, Microblading’s popularity is largely based on the reality that it allows makeup artists to create a realistic and specifically customized appearance. Experts in the field agree that it’s the gold standard solution whether the client wants to fill in unpleasant looking eyebrow gaps with maximum realism, or is looking for a way to avoid the daily chore of having to recreate a very specific look using mascara. Finally, microblading isn’t only for eyebrows. It’s often used postoperatively by mastectomy patients to recreate areolas. Whatever the reason, the fine detail of Microblading means that patients are typically delighted by their outcomes. The results are not quite permeant, but they can last for as long as two years.

Getting Started with Microblading at  Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup

If you think that Microblading can help you get the most out of your life, Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup wants to hear from you. Contact us today at the phone number above or through our contact page.

What Are the Benefits of

Permanent Makeup?

The most obvious benefit to permanent makeup is waking up every day with your “face on.” You can swim, exercise, shower and wake up still looking put together and ready to go. It can be ideal for the woman who is constantly on the go. It is also perfect for people who have lost hair due to chemotherapy, accidents, burns, or cosmetic surgery, as well as those who have allergies to traditional makeup or have sensitive skin.

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