Drawing symmetrical brows can be the most difficult part of creating beautiful eyebrows. Getting them even. Making sure the heads and tails start and end at the correct places. "Now it’s so easy, you’ll wonder how you ever did it without the Brow Buddy", says Dr Linda Dixon.

An ingenious gearing mechanism allows the arms to adjust evenly for the perfect placement of heads, tails, and arches. And it comes with an introductory DVD, pencil, sharpener, eyebrow brush, and Brow Buddy. You’ll be making perfect brows faster than you’ve ever dreamed possible. Hygienic plastic can be washed and sanitized with 70% alcohol or EZKill wipes (let dry) between use.

To watch a 10 minute Areola Video in a breast cancer survivor done by Dr. Dixon Click Here. Professionals of the American Academy of Micropigmentation SAAVE Project provide areola repigmentation to cancer survivors at no charge.  SAAVE stands for "Survivor Academy Action Volunteer Effort" and is offered by caring, compassionate micropigmentation professionals to those in their community.  Advanced workshops in Areola Procedures are offered by Academy members. This photo here is of a SAAVE patient who underwent "breast sparing" bilateral mastectomies (for cancer).  Her reconstruction, implants and areolar repigmentation gave her a pleasing result.

We all know that dreaded orangey brow. That pinkey, orangey brow is a "hangover" from a blend of colors that fade unevenly.  Since brown isn't a color, it has to be blended from black or blue plus red and yellow.  When the black fades prematurely, you're left with the pinkey, orangey brow.  If the yellow fades early, you're left with a purpley brow.  Pigments are not good or bad.  But with traditional pigments you can get those tell tale unflattering color changes over time.  That's why now you can relax and enjoy the Kolorsource Nubrown family of brow colors.  No pinkey, no orangey.  No kidding.  Save 25% on Nubrown Set of Colors. 10 bottles.

Left Eyelid before/after 7-Round Needle (1 Pass): Right Eyelid before/after 3-Slope Needle Used (1 pass)
It is helpful to see results with your own eyes and then make a decision as to what needle or pigment is
best.  In this case, the pigment Black Silk was used for both upper eyeliners.  On the Left eye, a 7-Power
Needle was used in a digital machine.  On the Right eye, a 3-Slope® Needle was used in the same
digital machine.  Only ONE pass was made on each upper eyelid before these photos were snapped.  The
procedure was completed using the 3-Slope® needle on both eyelids because of the visible difference
between the needles.

Dark Palm Creases

There's something to be said for Palm Reading and Permanent Makeup. Focus on the colors of the creases to give you an idea if the client will "hyperpigment" from your procedures or dry needling.  In black people, the creases are dark brown.  Take a look at the *thenar eminence of the palm, between your thumb and the wrist, and see how much pink or yellow exists.  Here you can tell how translucent the skin is as well.  So, when you're debating about your client's undertones, just have them hold out their hands, palms up!  It wouldn't hurt to photograph their palms too.  For the record.  Call it the Palms UP Scale.  It may beat the Fitzpatrick Scale Hands DOWN!