Microblading

Sandy Saechao

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Are You Interested in getting Microblading?  Or know someone who might be?

Lets get ready for spring break by not having to worry about your brows loosing its shape/color in the water, or accidentally rubbing them off because of the spring heat!


  Do you know someone who has been struggling and filling their brows in for ever?!  I was guilty of over plucking my eyebrows and have been filling them in for eighteen years.  So finding the optimal method was my goal.  I looked into  different ways to enhance my eyebrows and found that Microblading would give the best result.  Once I had mines done, I have never looked back, and love them.  Now, let’s say goodbye to filling your eyebrows daily with this technique called Microblading!  It is a semi-permanent tattoo that mimics individual 3D/6D hair strokes on your brows to look real, full, natural, and or if you want that powder filled look with shading too.  Now, with my passion for good looking eyebrows, I can offer my Artistic service to help others feel, and look wonderful everyday without the hassle of daily maintenance with Microblading.



Permanent cosmetics will be coming soon!


Sandy Saechao, Microblading Artist

More photos, and Testimonials will be coming soon!

These pictures are the client's Initial Microblading.   An update of the client's 4-8 week touch up will be coming soon!

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These are the clients before, Initial Microblading, and their 4-8 week touch up.    The shape, and style is to their liking.   *Last photo is the clients previous/old permanent tattoo, first Microblading and 4 week touch up.

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