Microblading is a manual “hand” method of permanent cosmetics for your eyebrows which creates fine, natural looking hair strokes.
The pigment is implanted in between the epidermis and dermis making it a permanent tattoo. The initial procedure is followed by a touch-up appointment 6 weeks later.
Color, shape, and thickness are customized to give you the eyebrows you’ve always wanted!
How long does it last?
Depending on your skin type and care the pigment will slowly fade over 18-24 moths.
Is microblading painful?
The procedure can be a little uncomfortable for those who are sensitive. There is an anesthetic applied during procedure to make it completely tolerable.
Who is eligible?
Pre-existing conditions that interfere with consideration for a Microblading Proceedure:
Tendency to keloids, birthmarks or mole around eyebrow area
Taking blood thinning medications (must be off medication for 72 hours prior to procedure)
Currently on Accutane or strong Reinoids (must wait 6 months after treatment ends)
Jaundice in the past 12 months
Allergies to common makeup
Blood borne conditions
Broken capillary in the eyebrow area
Recently waxed (must wait 2 weeks)
Recent chemical peels (must wait 2 weeks)
Skin diseases or symptoms near the eyebrows
Doctor’s Note Required for the following conditions:
Cancer, epilepsy, auto-immune disorders