Microblading

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!

Common Questions:

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:

  • Pregnancy

  • Brestfeeding

  • Tendency to keloids, birthmarks or mole around eyebrow area

  • Diabetic

  • 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

  • Sunburn

  • 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

  • Circulatory Disorders

  • Bleeding Disorders