Kad Brows is a Montreal-based company created by Karine Charest. Her love and passion for aesthetics began very young in the modeling world. Following several training courses in Europe and North America, she became a reference in the field of semi-permanent makeup. A perfectionist, she always strives to improve her knowledge using the cutting edge of technology. Karine is a caring and easy-to-approach person who will meet your expectations.
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What is semi-permanent makeup or
Semi-Permanent makeup, eyebrow tattoos or “nano needling” are all different terms to talk about dermopigmentation. Dermopigmentation is a process that involves the implatation of a pigment into the skin. The “Nano needling” technique is carried out using a computerized device in which a micro-needle is inserted. It is this micro needle that will penetrate the superficial layer of the skin to deposit the pigment.
The dermopigmentation process is done in two stages. The first session is where we will analyze your face, your skin and the color of your eyebrows. It is important to analyze these three criteria to do a job that will suit your needs.
A local analgesic cream is then applied for about 30 minutes to reduce the pain. After tracing the desired form, the work can begin. It will take about 2h to complete the work.
3 to 4 weeks later, a second visit is required to perform minor alterations. Note here that this is an ephemeral tattoo, the color will fade over time. It is therefore necessary to ensure to follow up, but the alterations are specific to each person. This will depend on certain factors, such as your age, your skin type and the maintenance you give to your eyebrows.
Microblading vs Nano needling
For the « nano-needling » technique, we use a crayon(dermograph) attached to a apparatus which is connected to a micro needle. This tool uses a technology that works with the power and speed which controls the depth in which the needle can penetrate the skin surface.
This technique makes the treatement less painful and avoids skin damage thus reducing scarring post-treatment.