Manual microblading is a form of semi-permanent tattoo for the eyebrows.
A series of tiny needles make up a small blade that is skillfully used
in crisp strokes to precisely deposit pigment under the skin in the shape
and contour of an eyebrow hair.
What does the process involve? Microblading is a three-step treatment, consisting of an initial consultation,
followed by the procedure and then a touch up appointment between four
and eight weeks later. We will take your before photo, and discuss the
desired shape and color for your eyebrows at your consultation. At the
time of your procedure appointment, a topical anesthetic will be administered
to ensure comfort. The area is then cleansed and sanitized, and the pigment
is deposited. During healing, it’s normal to experience some pigment
loss. The process is considered to be complete 4 weeks after the first touch up.
Does it hurt? There is some discomfort associated with the procedure. A topical anesthetic
is used to numb the area prior to the procedure.
How long does it take? The procedure takes roughly about two hours. We prefer to allow two and
a half hours for your appointment.
How long will it last? Your brows will last as long as they are maintained. Unretouched, the
ink will last 1-3 years.
Will I need a touch up? Touch ups are recommended every six months to a year, to keep the color
fresh and the strokes crisp.
What should I do to prepare for my procedure? There’s no preparation required. Leaving your eyebrows alone for
a week (no tweezing, waxing or otherwise removing the hair) is preferred.
What should I do after the procedure? We ask you to keep the area dry and clean. An aftercare kit will be given
to you after the treatment is complete.
What is the downtime? Your downtime will depend on how extensive your procedure is. Your brows
will appear red and swollen, but this should dissipate over time. Your
brows will also appear darker initially, but not so dark to prevent you
from going out in public.
How long does it take to heal? Healing time varies from individual to individual. Usually, it takes about
a week to ten days for the epithelial crust to form and slough off. Your
skin will be considered healed after that happens. Then, the pigment takes
some time to settle into the skin. A good month should pass before we
consider the process complete.
Is there anything I shouldn’t do after the procedure? You are advised to keep the skin clean and dry. We ask that you refrain
from swimming, heavy sweating or otherwise getting the area wet; no tanning
or prolonged sun exposure; no picking or peeling the tattoo. You can still
wash your hair and gently wash your face, avoiding the eye area and patting it dry.
What kinds of pigments are used? We use Li Pigments, recognized as revolutionized, safe pigments that stay,
and hold true to color over time.
What if I don’t like it? There are several things we can do. Your eyebrows can be modified to a
point. We will work with you until you are satisfied with your results.
Can you guarantee your work? Your appearance is important to us. We will act in accordance with our
experience and expertise to give you the absolute best. Please think long
and hard before you decide to have Microblading. This is a semi-permanent
procedure and should be treated as such.
Price Per Treatment
4-8 Week Touch Up