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Arched and feathered or straight and bold, eyebrows are arguably one of the most important features on your face.

What is Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent form of tattooing where pigment is implanted into the skin using a sterile, disposable handheld tool instead of a machine.  Fine strokes are inserted into the skin with a small blade to create a hair-like line.  The results are natural, fuller looking brows that you'll be proud of.  They will appear dark initially but will fade over the healing process.  A complimentary touch-up is included in the initial price.  The touch-up should be performed 5-7 weeks after the initial procedure.  The result can last up to 3 years depending on your skin type, sun exposure and beauty regimen.

Does it hurt??

Pain is relative.  Some people have higher tolerances than others.  We apply a topical numbing agent to your brow area 30 minutes prior to starting the procedure to help dull any discomfort.  We also re-apply throughout the procedure to make sure our guest is in no pain.  Most clients rate the level of discomfort at a 2 or 3 on a scale of 1 to 10.  But some even fall asleep during the procedure!  Ask our Microblade Tech, Ashley, for more information.

Are you an ideal candidate?

Our number one priority is to provide our guests with a quality service both of us will be proud of.  We can't guarantee the best results if your skin is not free of infection, inflammation or irritation.  If any of the following apply to you, you may not be a candidate for microblading or microfusion:

  • Extremely thin skin - this type of skin usually is more prone to bleeding which can cause an uneven result.

  • Severely oily skin - pigment may not settle correctly causing blurred lines and uneven pigmentation.

  • Rosacea - skin may be more prone to bleeding which can cause an uneven result.

  • Eczema

  • Psoriasis

  • Dermatitis

  • Deep wrinkling in the eyebrow area - pigment may settle into the deep wrinkles and cause an uneven result.

  • Shingles - as this procedure could cause a flare up.

  • Usage of Accutane or Retin-A - discontinue use for at least one year prior to procedure.

  • Use of a hair growth serum such as Latisse - could cause the skin to bleed easier.  Discontinue use 2 months prior to procedure.

  • Pregnant or nursing

  • Heart conditions/pacemaker

  • Hemophilia

  • Bleeding disorders

  • Auto Immune Disorder

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