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Microblading, also referred to as microstroking, eyebrow embroidery, brow feathering, 3D brows, or micro pigmentation, is a semi-permanent method for filling in sparse eyebrows. Hair-like strokes are created manually with a hand held tool. The tip of the Microblading tool has a row of needles that deposit pigment into the dermis layer of the skin. With stroking movements, natural-looking hair strokes are achieved!

It's a fairly comfortable procedure, with the use of a topical numbing agent. We will work together every step of the way to make sure your Microblading experience is comfortable and yields the best results. 

   Microblading is semi-permanent and lasts up to 2 years, which luckily for you, is easy to maintain. Yearly touch ups are recommended to replace faded pigment. The length of time they last depends on many factors such as your skins sebum level, sun exposure, skin elasticity, etc. At a consultation with your specialist, you will discuss your #browgoals followed by brow mapping, measuring, and drawing... then the two of you will create the most YOUnique set of brows! You will then be instructed on how to help them heal perfectly.

 The best results come from clients with thinning hair, usually due to a medical condition or genetics. We love to work with these particular clients because the less hair you have, the more room there is for creativity! (We offer a significant discount to clients with a medical reason for hair loss!). Currently, this is the best method to get realistic brows you only dream of! 




Do Not drink alcohol 24 hours prior to procedure

Do not have any brow shaping (waxing, sugaring, threading, etc) at least 48 hours prior to procedure

Do not tan or have sunburned skin the week of your procedure
Do not have electrolysis treatments within 5 days prior to procedure
Avoid AHA and Retinoids for 2 weeks prior to the procedure
Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E

Microdermabrasion and other exfoliating treatments should not be done within 2 weeks prior to procedure
Please schedule your Microblading procedure 6 weeks after a chemical or laser peel
Please schedule your Microblading procedure 2-3 weeks after a Botox session
Get clearance from the doctor if you have a medical condition that could potentially be affected by Microblading


Please note: Lidocaine is used as a numbing agent during your procedure, so beware if you are allergic. Iodine is also used to maintain a sterile skin surface. Be sure to discuss your allergies during your consultation. 




Please adhere FIRMLY to these instructions for 10 days post procedure

Wash your brows only ONCE A DAY, followed by application of ointment
DO NOT ALLOW YOUR BROWS TO GET WET, other than 1 daily wash
DO NOT PICK OR RUB YOUR BROWS. Allow them to flake and peel on their own
DO NOT EXERCISE OR SWEAT, as the salt in your sweat will lift the pigment. Make sure to wear a sweat band to block sweat from dripping to the eyebrows
DO NOT EXPOSE TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT cover them with a hat for the first week. The second week and on, use SPF to avoid fading
NO MAKE UP should be applied to your brow area until the healing process is complete
Avoid SLEEPING ON YOUR FACE the first 10 days


Please note: your brows will appear darker and bolder due to natural healing for the first 10 days. You can expect them to lighten up 30-50% during the healing process.




You should avoid Microblading if you're...


  • Sick with a cold, flu, etc.
  • Unhealthy skin near eyebrow region (acne, sunburn, rashes, psoriasis, etc.)
  • Organ transplant (recipient) 
  • Pregnant or nursing
  • Prone to hypertrophic scars/keyloids (overgrown scar tissue)
  • Using blood-thinning medication 
  • Liver disease, as this presents a high risk of infection
  • Cold sores or fever blisters - please take an antiviral prior to scheduling an appointment
  • Chemotherapy or radiation
  • Botox in the past 2 months

If you have any of the following medical conditions please provide a clearance from your doctor:
Diabetes Type 1&2
High Blood Pressure
Auto-immune disease
Thyroid disorder