Microblading is an innovative permanent makeup method which uses a special technique to create natural hair-like strokes directly into the skin’s surface, resulting in natural looking beautifully designed eyebrows.
Initial consultation will take approximately 30 minutes.
The Microblading procedure may take two to two and a half hours.
8 week visit may take an hour and a half.
There are no guarantees made as to how your body will heal after the strokes. If they fade, blur, or not take well, that is a result of your skin, your lifestyle and aftercare. No one knows how the client’s skin will heal and this is a potential risk all clients take when consenting to this procedure. More on Aftercare.
Residual pigment, blood, white blood cells, etc. can arise from the open wound. During the first 7-10 days, pleas dab the skin gently to remove/prevent build up, dab the area 3-4 times for the first 7-10 days.
You can use sterile water with a cotton pad to clean and apply oil over your brow area 3-4 times a day or as needed after the 3rd day to avoid scabbing. These are suitable natural oils that are great. More on Aftercare.
Microblading can fill in sparse brows or create an entire brow and is a perfect procedure for both men and women. The color fades within a time period until nothing is left behind. Microblading will last 1-2 years depending on your skin type. To maintain Microblading, touch-ups may require every 1-2 years.
Each person’s pain threshold is different allowing some to tolerate more pain than others.
At the beginning of your treatment you will experience a deep scratching feeling while I am doing my first few. Strokes.
A numbing product is applied which can ease discomfort. For some the pain can be likened to having your eyebrows tweezed.
Microblading can fill in sparse brows or create an entire brow and is a perfect procedure for both men and women. The color fades within a time period until nothing is left behind. To maintain Microblading, touch ups may be required every 1-2 years.
This procedure will not be performed if you are pregnant or nursing.