2. How long have you been Microblading?
3. What is your favorite color?
4. What is your favorite animal?
Serval (wild cat)
5. What is your favorite food?
6. What is your favorite part about Microblading?
My favorite part about doing Microblading is when my client’s see their new brows for the first time. Especially when they had little to no eyebrow hair before the microblading service. It’s so satisfying to give back what someone has lost, whatever the circumstances.
7. What is your favorite type of Microblading appointment?
My favorite Microblading sessions are the complete brow reconstructions. I have the honor of collaborating with my client to give them the brows of their dreams. When there are so few existing hairs, it really lets the artist in me design a shape from scratch.
8. Most Moving Microblading Story?
My most moving Microblading experience was with a cancer survivor. My client was very happy to have beaten the disease, however the intense treatment left her with absolutely no brows! This really saddened her since she once had very full eyebrows. I’ll never forget the look on her face and the tears that welled up in both of our eyes when I handed her the mirror. She was so happy to have her brows back! When she left her appointment she said that she felt like a different person. It’s spending time with clients like her that make my profession so rewarding.
9. Where are you from? When did you move to Las Vegas?
I was born and raised in Las Vegas. In fact, my family has been living here for 3 generations. Now it’s a 4th since my sister brought my two handsome nephews into the world.
10. What is Microblading?
Microblading, also known by a variety of names such as embroidery, microstroking, feather touch and hair like strokes, is a form of permanent makeup that provides a means to partially or fully camouflage missing eyebrow hair with the appearance of simulated hair using fine deposits of cosmetic tattoo pigments. Microblading will leave you with beautiful sculpted natural looking brows that you’ll never need to pencil in again.