Cosmetic Tattoo Artist & Owner
After nearly a decade in finance, Holly earned her graduate degree in Entrepreneurship and opened Feather & Blade in 2016. Through quality work she established the boutique as Kentucky's leading provider of restorative & cosmetic tattoos.
She is five times certified in cosmetic tattoo . Her services include: microblading, machine hairstroke & ombre brows, as well as areola restorative tattoos & beauty marks or freckles.
Cosmetic Tattoo Artist & Louisville Boutique Manager
Katy Traughber has a BFA with a concentration in drawing where she focused in anatomical study. Katy's CV includes museum and gallery exhibitions, teaching artist positions, and a gallery assistantship.
Katy has completed two cosmetic tattoo apprenticeships and multiple intensive trainings to develop her technique, as well as over 1,000 hours of studio practice. Her focus is in microblading and ombre' brows. Her approach to brows resonates with her love of bone and muscle structures. She sees the brow as a key facial signature.
When she’s not creating custom brows, Katy loves drawing in her family studio, exploring the outdoors with her children, and treasure digging for architectural salvage and antiques.
Cosmetic Tattoo Artist
Heather was introduced to the world of art at a young age. She has always loved creating with charcoal, paint, and graphite. Originally from Detroit, Heather studied Fine Arts and Psychology, volunteered her time by teaching art classes at a non-profit Youth Camp, and worked at the world-renowned Detroit Institute of Arts.
Upon moving to Lexington she was determined to fill her world, once again, with new avenues of creating beauty. She has a passion for the artistic expression offered through the medium of permanent makeup and has completed her certification in cosmetic tattooing for machine brows. She has training and Nano shading, combo, and ombre brows.
Heather, with her husband Jacob, has two young daughters, Genevieve and Indigo. She loves to hike, drink good coffee, jam to 90's music, and she once took a month-long road trip across the U.S. while sleeping in her car in Walmart parking lots.