Treat yourself to a beauty upgrade with makeup that doesn’t wash off
Microblading is a meticulous tattooing process available to anyone looking for a semi-permanent solution to sparse brows. Microblading is becoming an increasingly popular service, as clients are getting tired of constantly filling in thin and shaping
their brows daily.
How it works
For Microblading, a small blade is used to deposit ink throughout the brow area, in the upper layers of skin. Since the pigment is deposited more surface than a traditional tattoo, the result is a very natural looking brow that lasts anywhere from
one to three years.
Wake up looking refreshed
Save time getting ready in the morning
Great for those with a very active lifestyle since permanent makeup doesn’t wash off
Minimal discomfort (we use a prescription topical numbing)
2 hour initial service time
1 plus a touch up
After Treatment Care
Avoid sun exposure (including tanning beds) and wear sunscreen on the exposed treatment areas. Apply the provided ointment for 7-10 days post procedure.
How many treatments are needed?
Microbladed brows require an initial treatment followed by a touch up about 4-6 weeks after the initial service. Depending on your skin type, and how well you protect your brows, will determine when touch ups are required after. Generally, you would have a touch up within 1-3 years after your initial treatment.
Are the treatments comfortable?
Permanent makeup can be uncomfortable, however a topical numbing cream is applied that should take away a lot of the discomfort.
How much is each treatment?
Is there any downtime or any restrictions post treatment?
To protect the treated area, the provided ointment needs to be applied for 7-10 days post treatment. Sun exposure and exercise need to be avoided during this 7-10 day healing process. In general, sunscreen should be applied to the pigment to prevent it from fading quickly.
Am I a good candidate for treatment?
We cannot treat anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding. Due to the nature of the treatment, those who are prone to keloid scars are not candidates. Other than that, all skin types can be treated, but oily skin types won’t hold the tattoo pigment as well as a normal to dry skin.