Microblading artist, Cindy Kircher, at her downtown Palatine studio.
Cindy Kircher, owner of downtown Palatine’s eyebrow microblading studio, eyebrWOW at 21 N Brockway Street, Suite 204, didn’t begin her professional career in the beauty field. She is a full-time financial planner by day in Arlington Heights, her career for more than a decade. In 2017, Kircher had her eyebrows enhanced with microblading and was so impressed with the outcome she was trained and received a certification to help others feel the confidence she experienced with her results.
Kircher trained at the Occhi Institute and is a certified microblading artist. Eyebrwow opened for business in January 2018.
“Eyebrows provide the frame for the art that is your face,” said Kircher. “We work to make our clients happy and work to achieve a customized treatment that matches each client’s face. This instills an expression of confidence.”
Eyebrow microblading, or “3D brows”, uses fine bladed needles with ink that create tiny hair-like strands to define receding, thinning, or sparse eyebrows, which also helps to shape eyebrows. Eyebrow typically offers a two to three-hour procedure. All treatments are performed with sanitized equipment in Kircher’s private beauty studio. Kircher’s initial consultation with clients focuses on desired results.
Treatment costs at eyebrWOW range from $450-$650. This includes a touch-up treatment four weeks after the initial treatment. Often compared to tattooing, the treatment is semi-permanent, lasting from one to two years.
Currently, eyebrow microblading is the only cosmetic treatment available at eyebrWOW, but Kircher is planning to offer eyelash extensions in the future.
For more information visit eyebrwow.com or call 847-809-1613.