From Montreal to Australia, and all the way back to the Queen City, one beauty pro is giving your brows a new look. Keep reading to learn more!
Shannon Rose has traveled and worked around the world. From Montreal (where she’s from) to Melbourne, Australia, and then to Colorado, she mastered the art of hair. But those travels also inspired her to go down another path in the beauty industry: microblading.
“Being a teenager in the 90s, I had tweezed my eyebrows into oblivion and knew I wasn’t the only one,” says Rose. “Knowing that microblading was a way to get brows back (semi-permanently), I immediately became intrigued and decided that this was something I wanted to pursue and perfect.”
That’s when Rose packed her bags and headed to California, where she trained under microblading expert Lindsey Ta at Microblading LA, before eventually following her heart to the Queen City.
“My husband and I met abroad, but he is originally from Cincinnati,” she says. “While living in Colorado together we got the great news that we were going to be having a little girl and we decided to move to CIncinnati to raise our family.”
Today, Rose is the owner of Cincinnati’s Beau Regard Microblading Boutique, which specializes in creating custom, natural-looking eyebrows to fit your lifestyle.
“At Beau Regard, the microblading technique used is not simply creating a stencil,” says Rose. “Each client’s face and bone structure is different. Customizing brows for each client is something I pride myself on.”
Rose says that prior to all bookings, she meets with clients for a consultation. This pre-appointment meeting allows her to chat with the client and learn more about what it is they’re looking for in their brows.
A full brow service at Beau Regard, including a touch-up, is $450. This includes adding microblading hair strokes from the beginning of the brows to the ends. A half brow service including touch-up is $300 and includes adding microblading hair strokes from the arch to the ends or from the beginning to the arch only.
Rose also offers scar correction and touch-up, which includes adding microblading hair strokes to an empty spot in the brows caused by a scar or loss of hair, and it costs $200. Additional touch-ups start at $100.
Rose says that before the end of 2018 she will be expanding her services. “I will offer permanent eyeliner treatments and powder brows,” she adds.
To learn more about Beau Regard Microblading, visit www.beauregardboutique.com. You can also follow along on Instagram and give the studio a “like” on Facebook. To contact Rose, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513-978-7233.