At Jenesis, our Certified permanent make-up Artist specializes in natural looking microbladed eyebrows and eyeliners. Tammy Ju is licensed to legally perform 4D microblading and permanent make-up. Our facility has been inspected and verified by *Santa Clara County Department of Public Health. Our priority is a safety and satisfaction. We use a disposable blade and sterilize the metal hand-piece with a medical grade autoclave to prevent any infection and cross contamination.
We can create gorgeous arches, modern semi-straight eyebrows, or whatever desired look you wish. The best part of having beautifully natural looking microbladed eyebrows and ombre eyeliners, is that you do not need to take the time to do your eyebrows daily or just a little touch up for your natural looking eyebrows and eyeliners. Your eyebrows will be looking beautifully full when you wake up, when you are exposed to water or sweat! Microblading is the perfect solution for having the best looking eyebrows, wherever you go. From the time you wake up to the time you go to sleep, your brows will be perfect.
Hair Stroke Microblading & Ombre
The newest technique in permanent eyebrow makeup is called hair-stroke, microblading, or 4D eyebrow embroidery. This advanced hair simulation technique involves the use of a special microblading pen to push semi-permanent pigments into the surface of the skin, creating ultra-fine, individual hair strokes. The meticulous artist, Tammy at JENESIS varies the length, direction, fullness, and even color of the strokes to mimic the growth of your natural hair. In addition to 4D microblading, Ombré can be the secret to perfect natural looking brows. Ombre is permanent powdered brows technique for clients who prefer fuller result than hair strokes but still very soft. It’s a technique which looks like daily makeup done with eyebrow pencil or eyebrow shadow. The tails of the brow are darker and fade into a light beginning to the brow, giving a perfect Ombre makeup affect.
Durability of Microblading
The durability of the pigment depends mostly on the skin type and lifestyle. It lasts unto two years depending on your skin type. On oily skin, it usually lasts less on oily skin and it lasts longer on dry skin.
We do include a 40- 60 minute perfecting touch up session after your brows are fully healed, typically within 8 weeks. The touch up appointment within 2 months is recommended for best result. A touchup once a year is recommended to retain the saturation of the pigment
Procedure and Safety
First we consult with the client about their wishes and evaluate the condition of the eyebrows to insure best results. Drawings are created and corrected until the guest is fully satisfied with the results. We match the color of the pigment with your hair color and skin tone. The procedure takes about 2-4 hours. We meet strict hygiene standards and is in compliance with all relevant permit requirements
The Day of Your Appointment
How to Prepare
Additional Touch-Up Fees:
|2-3 months:||$100||1 session|
|3-12 months:||$200||1 session|
|12-18 months:||$300||1 session|
|18-24 months:||$400||1 session|
|24+ months:||$550||1 session + 1 free retouch|
For returning clients only. Applies immediately after the initial free retouch. If you miss or reschedule within 7 days of your free retouch appointment for any reason, the above touch up fees will apply (calculated from the initial session date).
*Prior to the new state law, Santa Clara County adopted a local ordinance to regulate body art and has implemented a body art program to permit and inspect practitioners and facilities since 2006. Our local ordinance and the new state law apply to the practice of tattooing, body piercing, permanent cosmetics, and branding.
A body art practitioner with a Practitioner Registration issued from any other jurisdiction within California has limited reciprocity. This is intended to allow the Practitioner to practice within this county and any other county in California for 5 consecutive days, but no more than 15 days total, in a calendar year. Blood Borne Pathogen Exposure Control Training Courses must be in compliance with the Safe Body Art Law (AB 300) Section 119307(c).