Vanity & Mascara
Award-winning provider of wedding hair styling and makeup across northern New Jersey and the tri-state area. Now a licensed provider of microblading services in Morristown, NJ.
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Microblading is a relatively new, manual method of cosmetic tattooing specifically for eyebrows. It is performed using a very fine sterile hand tool to deposit pigments into the epidermis. The hair strokes appear crisp, very fine, and extremely natural.
Wedding Hair Styling
Let our team of professionals create a hairstyle that is best for you. Up or down? Straight or curly? Soft, severe, or maybe somewhere in the middle? Our stylists will guide you through this journey, step-by-step, to help you achieve your most flattering look.
Our makeup artists are expertly trained in photography makeup. From soft and natural to red carpet diva, your makeup application will end up looking flawless. All of our makeup used is water resistant and will stay all day with very little touching up.
About Vanity & Mascara
Since 2007, award-winning Vanity & Mascara owner Sharron Maguire has helped hundreds of brides, bridal parties and their families look their absolute best for weddings all across New Jersey and the tri-state area.
Now she is taking on a new challenge: helping women restore the look of their natural-looking brows along with their self-confidence with cosmetic microblading.
Get the latest beauty trends, hair and makeup tips, personal how-tos, exclusive promos, and much more on the Vanity & Mascara blog.
Arched, feathered, straight, bold… eyebrows come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they’re arguably one of the most defined features on your face. It’s natural to want to alter them and make them stand out for you. A variety of options are available to help you...
Since September is Alopecia Areata Awareness Month, I thought I would share how microblading is changing the lives of women who suffer from the affliction. Women no longer have to withdraw themselves from social settings because they feel self-conscious about the way...