We Are Growing!

  If there's one thing we have all dealt with this 2020, it's change. Whether that change be good, bad or neither, it has only taught us how to persevere in these unknown times.     That being said, we have a big change coming in 2021. Thanks to all of you, we are growing! 2020 has had it's ups and downs, but our students and clients always make it worth it! And because of you, we are going to be adding a new member to the team!   Alicia Shapira has been growing her business from the ground up. From years ago when she sold her speech and cognitive therapy school, to when she flew in Rodolfo Torres, from Brazil, to hand train her in Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage, it has all been Alicia by herself, up until now! And there is no better person to bring on to the team than her sister Rebecca Anfossi! We could not be happier to welcome Becca to the New Image Beauty Bar Team, we know you will all love her!  

Starting 2021 you will be able to "Book With Becca!"

Becca will be offering:

  • BB Glow

  • Lash Lift & Tint

  • Brow Lamination

  • Dermaplaning

  • Microneedling

  Now that we have Becca on board, we are able to expand our list of services and offer you everything you have been asking for! Brow Lamination is a service we are super excited to bring into New Image Beauty Bar and it's all the rave! If you're interested in booking any of these treatments, be sure to contact us!              

New Image Beauty Bar 🌸

📞 (954) 774-5087

📍 7401 Wiles Rd. Suite# 252 Coral Springs FL 33067

🖥 newimagebeautybar.net

Who is Alicia Shapira?

Alicia Shapira is the founder and owner of New Image Beauty Bar. Funny enough, Shapira started as a full-time speech pathologist/cognitive trainer with two of her very own schools that she owned and operated. She really enjoyed her patients, but wanted a career change. She had dreams of getting into the beauty world, so she went back to school and graduated from her esthetician, permanent makeup/paramedical school. She knew once she had her first permanent makeup client, that this was the right decision for her.
She specializes in all of the following procedures: microblading, permanent upper and lower eyeliner, hair stroke eyebrows, shading eyebrows, permanent lip liner & lip blushing, hair simulation for men and women, Brazilian stretch mark and scar camouflage, lift tattoo
removal, collagen induction therapy (cit), dry tattooing, surgical scar softening, breast areola tattooing (3d-areola repigmentation), makeup services, dermaplaning, lash lift and tint, Brazilian under eye camouflage, vitamin glow treatment, BB glow facial treatment, fibroblast treatment, hyaluron pen injections for the face, lips.
The one procedure she am most proud of would have to be the Brazilian stretch mark and scar camouflage tattoo. This differs from the standard American technique, and Shapira was the first artist to learn directly from the creator himself, Rodolfo Torres from Brazil, and practice and teach this procedure in the USA. "I believe my passion for perfection and my constant want for knowledge and growth sets me apart from others," says Shapira. "I always feel the need to keep up with the times and learn the latest and greatest of procedures to help people feel beautiful and confident."
To learn more about Shapira, check out this VoyageMIA feature, here.  
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Joining the World of Micropigmentation

We’ve seen it all – thick, thin, arched, curvy, overly-plucked, bushy…and the list goes on. Numerous eyebrow trends have come and gone in past decades, but one thing is for sure – great brows have always played an integral role in feeling beautiful, confident and ready to seize the day. And with the explosion of social media in recent years gave life to the viral hashtag, #EyebrowsOnFleek, prompting women (and men) to pay just a little more attention to the arches that frame their face.

Beauty moguls such as Cara Delevingne and Kim Kardashian are also to thank for inspiring those in pursuit of the perfect set of brows. And whether your perfect set of eyebrows are bushy and full or strong and groomed, it is 2019 and nearly anything is possible.

In reality, most of us simply do not have as much brow hair as we’d like to create that insta-worthy arch, or maybe we don’t favor the natural shape we were given. So…we spend our mornings drinking our coffee and filling in our brows, whether with powder, pencil or gel.

But think about it this way – if you find yourself filling in your eyebrows for about 10 minutes each morning, that’s about 3,640 minutes every year or about three days of your life each year. Three days you could spend on a vacation or three days you could spend sleeping in just a little bit longer. And with all of these factors combined, it has led many women and men to one solution: micropigmentation.

Because so many of us are yearning for a face-framing brow that requires minimal upkeep and leaves us feeling beautiful and empowered, we’re looking to micropigmentation -which is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing sectors in the beauty industry. And if you’re already a part of the beauty industry, such as an esthetician, a makeup artist, a cosmetologist, or even a nurse or physician, this could be great news for you.

Why, you ask? The answer is simple: supply and demand. With the ever-increasing demand for micropigmentation comes the need for more talented technicians who can perform this service. And because the demand surpasses the amount of available technicians, this naturally results in a higher earning potential. Technicians who are licensed in micropigmentation have the potential to earn, on average, an additional $50k-$150k a year depending on the amount of procedures per week they do.

If you’ve found yourself hustling hard to make your money, entering into the field of micropigmentation could be your next step. And if you’ve thought about it before, now is the time to get started. The best part? Micropigmentation truly has the ability to change lives. It’s important to know that many candidates aren’t just women looking for a more pronounced brow. Day in and day out, cancer survivors, those with Bell’s Palsey or those who have battled with alopecia or trichotillomania are among clients looking for this transformative procedure to restore that confidence they once had.

If you feel like you have that artistic eye to make people feel beautiful in their own skin and are looking to maximize your earning potential, you’ve met your match. And if you’re truly looking to add micropigmentation to your portfolio of services, New Image Beauty Bar Academy could be the next step for you. Alicia’s private academy provides the foundation you’ll need for a successful career in micropigmentation with an array of courses that will leave you feeling confident and ready to embark on your career in micropigmentation. Financing options are available – please call 954-774-5087 or email Alicia.newimagebeautybar@gmail.com for more information regarding classes.

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Seven Benefits of Microblading

Microblading has become the hottest trend in semi-permanent makeup for the brows over the last few years. Women all over the nation are taking advantage of this safe way to make their brows look full without the hassle of having to apply makeup every morning. Alicia Shapira, owner of New Image Beauty Bar microblading artist and educator, explains the many benefits of microblading. eyebrows-1-coral-springs-fl-new-image-beauty-bar

What is Microblading?

Microblading is a manual method of implanting pigment in hair-like strokes in the epidermis to create the look of fuller brows. This form of tattooing is the newest trend in Semi-Permanent Makeup. The natural-looking results are achieved with a sharp, hand-held blade made up of 7+ microneedles. Instead of outlining and completely filling in the outline of your brows with color, microblading actually allows for the placement of hair like strokes into the skin. Whereas traditional tattooing uses needles on a rotary/coil machine to push ink 7 layers deep into the skin, microblading uses a manual blade and only targets 3 layers of skin. Because the pigment sits so superficially in the skin the strokes are sharp, crisp, and they mimic the look of real hair! Your new brows will last anywhere between 1-3 years predicated on the environmental exposure it receives. You can get more information by reading our earlier blogs on microblading, or by calling Alicia directly at 954-774-5087; she will gladly answer any questions you may have regarding the procedure! Read below for some of the benefits from achieving your new microbladed brows:

1. Reduce the amount of time necessary to get ready in the morning.

As every professional woman knows, you have to wake up every morning and “put on your face.” This ritual process of making yourself presentable to the world with makeup takes up a lot of time and can be tiresome. Since Microblading is semi-permanent you won’t need to waste any more time filling in your brows to have them look presentable. All women can benefit from the time saved thanks to microblading- just one less piece of makeup you have to buy at the store!

2. Gives those with skin diseases like alopecia or hair loss secondary to chemo a natural looking brow.

Microblading was originally founded in Asia for cancer patients who had gone through chemotherapy and lost a significant amount of eyebrow hair. Microblading will benefit anyone who is experiencing hair loss or a lack of hair growth in the brows from any disease that may be causing it. The crisp natural looking characteristics of microblading make it very difficult to tell that you’ve even had a procedure done, giving those who would usually have to deal with the unsightly presentation of penciled in brows a much better alternative!

3. Does not smudge or smear off, even with exercise for those with an active lifestyle.

Microblading implants pigments into the first 3 layers of skin. Without having to add any makeup, clients can enjoy any physical activity without the worry of losing the look of their brows. Regular brow makeup wouldn’t make it through a hot yoga session, for example.

4. Your first sessions only takes 1 ½- 2 hours.

Imagine, 1 ½ hours of your life in exchange for up to 3 years of worry free brows! You’d spend at least 5 minutes every day on your brows alone. 5×365= 1825 minutes a year!

5. Trust us, you’ll only feel a pinch!

When you come in for your session the first thing Alicia Shapira will do is draw your new brows for your approval, and then apply a strong numbing cream. This cream makes the process virtually pain-free. The only thing clients feel is a light “scraping” sensation as the pigment is implemented into the skin. microblading-coral-springs-fl-new-image-beauty-bar

6. Lasts 1-3 years

Microblading lasts 1-3 years based on environmental factors like sun exposure. It’s not permanent, but semi-permanent. It allows you to change the shape of the brow with new trends since only lasts 1-3 years.

7. Pigment does not change color, only loses saturation

Ever seen a tattoo that’s gone from black to green? That wouldn’t happen with microblading. The pigments used in microblading are all organic and specifically made so that they do not change color. They will slowly lose saturation over time, cueing you to come in for a touch-up session! eyebrowmicroblading-coral-springs-fl-new-image-beauty-bar If you’re interested in microblading, feel free to call New Image Beauty Bar at 954-774-5087 or private message us on Facebook or Instagram for pricing and details!    
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2017 Brow Trends: Yay or Nay?

We all love fashion, and as women are always seeking new beauty trends! But the new eyebrow trends have us scratching our heads in confusion.  Well-shaped brows are maintained to frame your face and complete your beauty.  Making them stand out in the 4 latest trends below just doesn’t make sense.  Not sure I could achieve any of these looks, or anyone else I know for that matter. As a master eyebrow artist, expression of what you think is best for the client is highly encouraged, but I would have to definitely turn away anyone who wanted to come in to get these looks permanently. Makeup is great to have fun, but in my opinion, these brows would only look great on one day of the year, Halloween. So, what do you think about these trends? Do you have a favorite? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Feather Brows

           

Braided Brows

         

Wavy Brows

           

Carved Brows

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