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Based on 32 reviews.
Lilja Hedlund
Lilja Hedlund
I am very satisfied with DVS Beauty Bars work! My eyebrows look natural and the shape is perfect. Highly recommend.
April James
April James
It’s been a few months since I got my eyebrows done. I wanted to wait for healed results and give my honest opinion. Well now I can say she did such an incredible job. It boosted my confidence and I always got compliments on how good they looked. Such a great experience as a first timer since I don’t have any tattoos. Loved it!
Jeane Dickey
Jeane Dickey
Donna is such a professional artist and very patient. She literally answered all my questions before I even got a chance to ask them. It’s like she knew what I wanted to ask beforehand. But she probably gets the same questions over and over again. It doesn’t matter cause I felt confident in her skills. She’s always checking from different angles and lighting just to make sure it’s perfect. I love this since I’m also a perfectionist. Go see her and nobody else! She’s also got that Hawaii island hospitality vibes so that’s a plus!
Crystal Reynolds
Crystal Reynolds
DV is awesome! She can literally read my mind. She’s so professional and easy to talk to. You can tell she loves what she does and we even talked about makeup and she had great tips to share. I cannot recommend anyone else other than her!
Gwen Holland
Gwen Holland
Donna Vie was wonderful! She did such a good job on my eyebrows!!! It’s so wonderful to have already filled in brows to wakeup to. Would recommend her!
Sandra Skoda
Sandra Skoda
I couldn't be happier with the end result! Worth every penny. Goodbye 90s pencil-thin eyebrows, hello full, naturally beautiful brows!
Migdalia Clifford
Migdalia Clifford
AMAZING JOB! I absolutely love how Donna-Vie shaped my eyebrows and she does such an amazing job. I’m definitely recommending her to all my family members!
Mary Thomas
Mary Thomas
I drove from another city just to see Donna! I saw she’s from Hawaii so I just knew I had to book with her. They are literally the nicest most chill people. She takes her work seriously and she was always checking symmetry and made me feel like she cared. I have no regrets! 5 stars!
Judi Moore
Judi Moore
I did as much research as anyone else could have done and I came across DVS Beauty Bar. She was responding to every text and question I had even before booking. She’s super sweet! I’m so happy with the shape and how my combo eyebrows turned out. It’s like perfect!
Jessica Fowler
Jessica Fowler
I love my new eyebrows and the shape looks really good. Definitely recommend it.




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brow corrections

$ 500
  • Fix Discoloration and/or Shape
  • Must Be 50-70% Faded
  • Coverup w/Powder Method


$ 400
  • Most Like Makeup
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  • Suitable For All Skin Types

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What is Permanent makeup?

Permanent Makeup which is also known as a cosmetic tattoo or micropigmentation is the implantation of pigments into the skin using a machine or hand-held tool to enhance your natural features. People who are eligible to receive this procedure benefit from it in several ways. 

Brows on fleek!

What is the difference between ombre and powder brows?

Ombre (or ombreshading) is a style of brows used in powder shading in which the front of the brows have a gradient-like effect. It goes from light to dark from the bulb of the brows to the tail. This style allows for a more soft and natural look. 

Powder is a shading technique that creates an almost makeup-like look. If you typically fill in your eyebrows on a daily then this service is for you. It’s versatile in that you can achieve a soft or bold look. Hence, you can combine Powder and Ombre to create a soft yet defined brow.

Then, of course, there is Microblading. Microblading is done with a manual handheld tool to create realistic 3D hairlike strokes. Powder is done using a machine. It creates a misty, powder-filled brow similar to the look of makeup. If you can’t decide between powder shading and microblading, the combination brow is the best of both techniques! Custom hair strokes are created at the front of the brow by microblading and then shaded for depth and dimension using a machine for a slightly deeper definition.

Not everyone is suitable for any and all of these techniques. Microblading is best suitable on those with dry to normal skin. The reason for this is due to retention. Oily skin allows for the pigments to push out of the skin and blur, so you won’t able to see those crispy hairstrokes that once were. A skilled and experienced brow artist should recognize this and educate their clients if they don’t have dry skin. However, powder is suitable for all skin types!

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If you had previous permanent makeup done by another artist please send a clear full front face photo with no filter of your bare brows PRIOR to booking for approval. This is important so that we may review whether or not we can proceed. Your existing brow tattoo must be at least 50-70% faded.

If your brows have changed colors to green, pink, red, purple, or gray this is a brow correction procedure. We will color correct and then do a coverup with powder shading or combo brows. 

Sometimes we cannot correct or neutralize previous permanent makeup in one appointment, so another appointment must be booked. It just depends on how saturated or faded your existing brow tattoo is.

If your brows are too dark and not faded by at least 50-70%, then this is a removal. This may be a series of appointments to lighten the brows enough to proceed with a coverup procedure of powder shading or combo brows.

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Does Microblading or machine shading ruin your natural eyebrows?

Does Microblading or machine shading ruin your natural eyebrows?

Today, beauty is all about the face, and eyebrows are the essential part. Beautifully shaped eyebrows can enhance the beauty of your eyes, and whole natural eyebrows can even make you look a bit younger. 

However, not everyone is blessed with flawless brows. If you have thin eyebrows because of a genetic predisposition, over-plucked them as a teen, have alopecia, are recovering from cancer treatment, have sparse areas, or don’t like the shape, semi-permanent makeup may be an option to consider.

Skin problems can result from low-quality equipment that is not adequately sterilized. Tattoo removal via laser is a painful and potentially scarring process, making it an expensive option. The microblading side effects include allergic skin reactions in many cases and swallowing your natural eyebrows.

Microblading And Ruining Of Natural Eyebrows

While creating the perfect brow, beauticians tout microblading as the semi-permanent makeup solution. However, this is a procedure that can go wrong. Microblading has several drawbacks including following:

Infection and Scars

The most serious of which is that the procedure cuts the skin to deposit the pigment. Infection and scar tissue can occur when a wound is made on the skin.

Need for touch-ups & skin damage

If you get microblading, you’ll have to get touch-ups constantly because it only lasts a couple of months. The repeated cutting of the skin causes permanent damage and may even affect the hair follicles you already have. There is no way to reverse the effects of this kind of injury on your skin. You’ll have to deal with scarring of the tissues.

Hiring inexperienced techs may result in disastrous outcomes

Because microblading is a hand-operated procedure, your results are entirely dependent on the person’s skills performing the procedure. It’s possible that hiring an inexperienced person will lead to disastrous outcomes. When microblading goes wrong, it’s easy to find examples of it on the internet. Nevertheless, even with the best technicians, permanent scarring from microblading is inevitable.

Worth Considering For Natural Eyebrows

Light scarring may be left behind, especially if you’ve had previous procedures done before digital machines became common. Although you can certainly let your treated brows fade over time to reveal your natural eyebrows look, you may find that older procedures have left their mark, even though you won’t experience inhibited or lessened hair growth.

People who aren’t familiar with using handheld blades are the ones who are most at risk here. A small scar can be expected from a deep cut that extends beyond the first few layers of skin and exposes tissue or blood vessels. Knowing how you heal and the effects of a semi-permanent procedure on your skin, in particular, is essential because some people are more susceptible to scarring. In other words, if your brow artist performs the procedure correctly and you are completely honest with them, you shouldn’t have any lasting scars if you decide to let your brows fade naturally.

Do your homework and ask a lot of questions to minimize the risk. You need to know what your brow artist has done in the past and have faith in the outcome so that your natural eyebrows look enhanced, not destroyed.

Is microblading your eyebrows painful?

Is microblading your eyebrows painful?

The idea of microbladed eyebrows is certainly appealing if you have thin or light eyebrows and suffer from one of the many diseases that can result in eyebrow hair loss, such as alopecia.

In microblading, filling in thin eyebrow areas make them appear fuller and more natural. Under the skin, techs apply semi-permanent pigment lines with a blade. Microblading results in a natural-looking feathery brow, and the procedure can last on average for three years, although touch-ups are required about every 18 months.

Most people only experience minor pressure or discomfort during the procedure, which is less painful than a typical tattoo because the depth in which the needle penetrates the skin barrier. Microbladed eyebrows’ pain tolerance varies from person to person. Patients should be ready for some discomfort during this procedure.

Make sure you thoroughly research your provider before considering microblading for microbladed eyebrows. Look at samples of their work before making your decision. Ensure that a topical numbing ointment is applied to the brow area to ease the pain.

The following steps can help you minimize swelling and pain following the procedure.

Do microbladed eyebrows hurt?

In simple terms, microblading is the process of making several tiny cuts across your brow line. Similar to tattoos, minor cuts are made in the skin and then filled with pigment.

Generally, the area will be numbed with an anaesthetic before the procedure begins. The blade doesn’t cut your skin, so you are more likely to feel pressure or scratching sensations from the microblading tool rather than actual pain.

As you go through this process, you will hear loud scratching and crunching sounds, as if you were walking on compacted snow.

In the absence of anaesthetics, the procedure will be more painful if you are not used to the pain. Your skin might feel like it is scratched repeatedly. Your practitioner should discuss using an anaesthetic before you begin the process.

Numbing cream takes 15 minutes or more to begin working. As your practitioner continues the process, they will start adding cuts to existing cuts close to each other. You may feel like your skin is irritated or burnt, similar to a sunburn.

The practitioner can alternate between each brow. While the eyebrow is resting, they might add more anaesthetic.

It is normal to experience some minor discomfort and skin irritation during microblading, but you may be able to reduce both by following these steps before your appointment:

  • On the day of the procedure, don’t consume caffeine or alcohol.
  • Sunbathing and tanning should be avoided for a few days before the procedure.
  • Before the procedure, avoid plucking or waxing your eyebrows.
  • In the weeks leading up to the process, avoid chemical peels, laser treatments, and other cosmetic procedures.
  • Before starting treatment, stop taking vitamin A (retinol).

Can the procedure for microbladed eyebrows cause pain?

The area usually feels bruised or tender for about a day following a microblading procedure for microbladed eyebrows. There should be no signs of bruises on your skin, but you may see a slight redness. For a few days following a wound’s healing, you may feel like you have a sunburn.

The pigment settles after 10 to 14 days, and then the wound is fully healed. The skin will remain sensitive during this period.

Follow the aftercare instructions provided by the microblading technician to avoid complications, assist with the healing process, and prevent infection. These instructions may include:

  • To heal your eyebrows, apply coconut oil twice a day.
  • Make sure the area is clean and dry.
  • For a week to 10 days, avoid touching the brow area, rubbing it, picking at it, or wetting it.
  • You should avoid harsh skin care products.
  • You should apply makeup to the site for a week.
  • For a few weeks, avoid sweating.
  • Don’t expose yourself directly to the sun, including tanning beds.


Typically, microblading for microbladed eyebrows followed by numbing cream. This procedure may cause some discomfort, and afterwards, irritation or soreness may result.

It is relatively painless and safe to have microblading done by a good provider who follows all pre-and post-care instructions.

It would be best if you considered working with a microblading provider with accreditation from the American Academy of Micropigmentation or the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP).

What happens with microblading after 5 years?

What happens with microblading after 5 years?

Typically, microblading involves semi-permanent eyebrow tattoos. The body breaks down the PMU pigments over time, thus causing the colour to fade after about 18 months, as it uses the pigments formulated for that purpose.

Then what happens if it doesn’t?

It’s not uncommon for microblading to last much longer than a year and a half, and although having perfect eyebrows for five years for the price of one treatment may sound amazing, it’s not as good as it sounds.

Let’s examine what microblading can look like 5 years from now without a refresher touch up.

Microblading Semi-permanent Eyebrow Tattoo Has Faded

If your system responds well to the pigments, microblading should be invisible after 5 years, assuming everything goes according to plan. Once the pigment was implemented, some remained in the skin for a while, but it would disappear if the artists did everything right and used high-quality pigments.

Then, after 5 years, your microblading will become invisible or fade into a very pale shadow you can’t even see unless you try, so you can either get fresh microblading or get another brow PMU style, or you can live microblading free forever.

Microblading Semi-permanent Eyebrow Tattoo Hasn’t Faded Completely.

Another possibility is that microblading semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo after five years does not fade completely.

There are several reasons why semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo may not fade, including improper technique – the pigment injected too deeply. This could also be due to incorrect pigment formulation or that the technology used tattoo ink. The PMU industry has progressed significantly in the past five years and has improved formulas.

You might find that your microblading fades only a little after 5 years, and:

  • There remains a shadow that has not changed over the past year
  • Though the shape of the eyebrows is fine, the color has changed to orange or blue.
  • Although there is still a brow shape, the strokes of color are blurred together to create a powdery look
  • Color migration has caused the shape to change and to look messy.

You probably don’t like how your microblading looks after 5 years, and you are looking for a solution.

Listed below are the fixes and their respective cases.

A Cover-Up Touch Up

After 5 years, your microblading might have become a very light shadow, and you need new eyebrows. An extensive touch up could fix it.

The artist can add new microblading or machine strokes to the shadow if it’s light enough.

As soon as the shadow gets darker, new strokes will be added, as well as a machine or manual shading between them.

Color Correction

After 5 years, the color of your semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo has either turned reddish/orangey or grey/blue. The shape and shape of your eyebrows are fine, and pigments did not migrate out of the initial outline.

You can fix too saturated brows with a microblading color correction if they are not too dark. You can apply corrector shades over existing pigments to neutralize the unattractive hues so that you get the color you wish for or something very similar.

Lightening or Removal

Although the shape of your semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo is okay, the strokes have blurred and merged together, creating the appearance of a powdery brow.


As a result, your eyebrows have spread and look messy as the pigments have migrated outside the original brow arch outline.

You will need to have the microblading removed if either or both of these are the case. Whether the unwanted pigment is black, grey, or saline, any removal method will work. As long as the color is orange, reddish or warm, laser removal will not work, which means you have to choose one of the two non-laser removal methods.

You can lighten the pigments in one or two sessions and cover them up with powder brows if you plan on getting a fresh brow tattoo.

In contrast, if you wish to remove the semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo completely and never have it redone, you should expect it to take months.

Final Tip

If your microblading semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo has worn off after five years, you have the following options. It depends on how saturated your skin is and how your skin retains pigment, which one is appropriate for you.

The basic information we’ve provided is helpful, but only a professional PMU artist can tell you what works best for you.

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