What is microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure done on the eyebrows. This technique creates hair like strokes to reconstruct, define, and fill in parts that no longer grow. To create the natural appearance of the brow, a very fine disposable blade is used to deposit the ink into the skin. By doing this, the strokes will remain crisp and fine for up to a year.

How long does it last?

Everyone's skin is different and it is very important that each client understands that. Generally, the results depend on the skin type, texture, oiliness and pore size. This semi-permanent cosmetic procedure should last up to a year.

How often will I need a touch up?

It is recommended that a touch up is done with in the 12 weeks following your initial session and is complimentary. After, it is recommended to have a yearly touch up to maintain the color and crisp strokes.

Does it hurt?

We use the same topical numbing cream a doctor would use to do Botox and Filler injections. There may be some discomfort.

What should I do to prepare for my procedure?

Please do not take any ibuprofen or drink excessive alcohol 24 hours prior to and after your appointment. Discontinue all Retin A products close to your eyebrows two weeks prior to and after the procedure.

Please refrain from getting Botox or injectable fillers in the eyebrow area two weeks prior to your appointment.

Leave your eyebrows alone for one week prior to the procedure. This means no waxing, threading, plucking, tinting, laser or electrolysis.

How long does the procedure take?

The procedure will take approximately 2 hours. This includes filling out paper work and a consultation. We then numb you, draw your desired eyebrow shape, pick the correct pigment and take before photos. Once numb the procedure can begin!

What to expect after the procedure? The healing process

After the procedure, you will be given after care instructions as well as an after care ointment.

The healing time varies from person to person, however, it usually takes 7-10 days. There are several phases of the healing cycle. The first 2-3 days, your brows will appear darker and slightly larger. You may experience flaking and scabbing in the days after. This all very much depends on your skin. Do not be alarmed if some of the pigment rubs off when applying the ointment. This is just the excess pigment and bodily fluid exiting your skin. your skin will be considered healed after this happens, leaving you with a softer color of fine hair strokes.  

About 2-3 weeks after the initial session, you may think your brows are patchy and uneven or may have disappeared all together. This is due to the new skin growth in the treated areas.

By the fourth week, your new eyebrows will have settled. At this point your touch up appointment has been scheduled. We will look at how your skin took the pigment and fill in as necessary.

*** This is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure. Each person's skin is different, and it really is up to how your skin retains this procedure. Factors such as skin type, healing, bleeding during the procedure and not following the aftercare instructions can affect the end result. ***

Who is not ideal for this procedure?

Someone with large pores

Someone with very dark existing permanent makeup

Someone with severely oily skin. Pigment will look more solid rather that hair strokes and may not last as long.

Someone with Diabetes type 1 or 2. They are prone to slow healing and infection, color may not retain well.

Someone with thyroid/ Graves disease. The medication may cause pigment to not retain properly.

Someone that sweats a lot or works out daily. MUST discontinue for a full 7 days.

*** No service will be preformed on someone that is pregnant or nursing. This is due to the numbing cream that is used and the possible stress during the procedure. ***

*** If you are undergoing cancer treatments, you will need your doctor to sign off allowing you to proceed with this procedure. ***

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