Microblading: Final Thoughts

Happy Last week of August, babes and boys!

Almost two months ago, I wrote you all  t h i s    blog post featuring all of the deets from my first ever microblading session with Mrs. Seanna Fishbein, a permanent make-up artist based in Poway, San Diego, CA. 

As you all heard me flaunt the service before it was finished, I thought it to be necessary to give a full review on microblading now that my brows are totally healed and complete. As promised, this post is my own honest opinion on the entire process of getting my eyebrows filled. 

First and foremost, I want to share with you all photos from before I started the microblading process, after my first session was healed and before my second session and finally a couple photos of my, now finished, microbladed brows.

 Before my first microblading session.

Before my first microblading session.

 After first microblading session is healed.

After first microblading session is healed.

After my first microblading session healed, it became apparent to me why a second session is so important. The first microblading session gives you a good idea of how much more you want to add for you perfection appointment. In my case, Seanna suggested we go a shade darker for my second session to make my brows more apparent than they were with the lighter shade and needless to say, I'm extremely pleased with the results.

 Days  before  my perfection appointment.

Days before my perfection appointment.

 No makeup on face after perfection apt.

No makeup on face after perfection apt.

 Healed (no makeup on brows) after perfection appointment.

Healed (no makeup on brows) after perfection appointment.

Now that you've seen the results with your own eyes, I'm sure you can understand now why I find the entire thing SO worth it. 

For starters, I used to feel undone when I left the house without any makeup on. I'd go to the grocery store or beach feeling like I look like a child.

As you can see in the first photo above, my brows had a lot of room to fill in on a regular basis. Now drawing in my brows isn't because I HAVE to but just to have a more complete look once the rest of my makeup is on. However, the most important and best feeling about it is that doing my brows is now always just optional: not a duty I have to take care of to make myself feel better about going to the gym or beach or ANYWHERE, for that matter, with a naked face. 

HERE I've linked Seanna's Instagram where you can find immediate before and afters of other clients to give you an idea of what this talented babe is capable of. She gets clients who just want to fill their eyebrows so they don't have to do it themselves every day, similar to me, and she gets clients who need complete transformations. Regardless of who or what walks through her door, she always takes on a client with an open mind and arms. Her consultations are free (which I highly recommend if you are nervous about any part of the process) and incase you missed the interview I provided from my first session with Seanna, I've got it linked here along with her Yelp page where you can find her other clients thoughts and comments here

 The artist, Seanna Fishbein, herself. 

The artist, Seanna Fishbein, herself. 

If you're reading this blog post, I have great news for you! Seanna is offering 20% off to anyone who mentions me when scheduling your consultation!

So here are my final thoughts on microblading.

After being asked this one question by almost anyone with questions or concerns about getting their own brows done, I figured it'd be a perfect way to end this post.

Is It Worth It?

Yes one million times over. For almost half the price of what Los Angeles artists charge, Seanna is a professional certified permanent make up artist with experience and promising talent. If you're in San Diego or Orange County, I highly suggest trusting Seanna with your brows as I did. Like me, you'll be so very pleased, to say the least, with your new look!

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