Microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow enhancement technique for people who want to reshape, redefine or fill in their eyebrows. An alternative to permanent tattooing, Microblading is a manual application of inserting pigment into the outer layers of the skin, allowing our artists to imitate individual hair strokes. Find more brow references: 

Through Microblading, our brow artists can create your desired eyebrow shape, fullness and color. The effect of Microblading can last up to 18 months, after which time the pigment fades and your Microblading procedure can be repeated.


What To Expect 

Is Microblading painful?

The service can be a little uncomfortable for those who are more sensitive. However, there is an anesthetic applied during to keep this to a minimum to where it is completely tolerable. 

How long does the service take?

The initial application takes about 2-3 hours due to the mapping process. Touch ups take 1.5-2 hours to fill in any areas that have faded during the healing process.

How often do you need a touch up?

Your first touch up should be no earlier than 6 weeks, but no later than 8 weeks after your initial application. Future touch ups can be done every 1-2 years. 

Are there any pre-existing conditions that interfere with consideration for a Microblading treatment?
• Pregnancy
• Breastfeeding
• On keloids or if you have tendency to keloid, birthmarks or moles.
• Diabetic.
• Serious diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, autoimmune disorders (doctor's note is required)
• Circulatory disorders (doctor's note is required)
• Any bleeding disorders (doctor's note is required)
• You're taking blood thinning medication
• Currently on Accutane or other strong retinoids (must wait until 6 months after treatment ends)
• If any skin diseases symptoms or irritation appears on the area.
• You've recently had Botox or Disport treatment (must wait 2 months)
• Old PMU
• You have a broken capillary in the eyebrows area
• If you have a sunburn. 
• After waxing (must wait 3 days)
• After chemical peels (must wait two weeks)


Any other questions can be answering during your complimentary consultation