What is Microblading?
Microblading is a Semi-Permanent tattoo procedure that can correct, enhance, or fully reconstruct your eyebrows using a handheld tool creating natural hair strokes with various lengths and densities. The pigment is inserted a layer under the skin which makes the hair stroke appear natural and realistic. Microblading will last 12-20 months depending on the person and skin. My goal is to create a very natural looking brow.
Please do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Advil/Ibuprofen 24 hours before procedure. No Alcohol 24 hours before appointment and no caffeine the day of the appointment. Avoid tanning one week prior to procedure. If you do fillers they need to be done either 6 weeks before or 6 weeks after your appointment. We will not service anyone who is pregnant or breast feeding.
What to Expect
Before the actual procedure I work with you by measuring, drawing, and shaping the perfect eyebrow going off of your facial measurements. During this procedure I will apply the topical anethics to your brows to give you the most comfort possible. We will do two passes. The first pass is to create the skeleton and outline for your brows. After this we will apply another layer of numbing cream that will allow you to have little to no pain during the second pass. During the second pass we will create all the fine lines and details and then let the pigment sit. After this you will be walking out of here with a perfect set of brows!
Do not touch brows for the first 24hrs. After the first 24hr gently wash brows with the soap we provide you with and pat dry. Dab the oil we provide for you on brows to keep moist. Follow this for 2 weeks every morning & night. Moisturize if your brows feel dry or itchy. Do not over moisturize or over wash, this will cause pigment to fade, we don’t want that!
Please allow 2 weeks for brows to heal and appear the natural color. Your brows will appear darker the first 4-7 days. Your brows may peel during the healing process, please do not pick scabs. Avoid large amounts of water, steam, sweat, and sunlight on your new brows during the healing process. Please note that some strokes may fade or disappear, this is why we do a touch up 6-8 weeks after.