microblading

What is Microblading

This service is a form of semi-permanent makeup that gives the appearance of simulated hair using fine deposits of cosmetic tattoo pigment.

Is Microblading right for you?         

   Microblading is perfect for those who want to reconstruct, define, cover gaps, or fill in over plucked brows.

   Diabetes- People with diabetes tend to heal more slowly and are at a higher risk of developing     infections and are not recommended to receive the microblading procedure.

   Pregnancy- A woman’s skin often changes during pregnancy, and colors that were suitable during     pregnancy may be unflattering after she gives birth and her skin returns to its normal coloration. 

   Heart conditions- Any client with a cardiac disorder must provide a physician’s release.

   High blood pressure- Clients being treated for high blood pressure should provide a physician’s release. 

   Artificial heart valves or joints- Clients with artificial heart valves or joints should consult their physicians to see if prophylactic antibiotics are required before the procedure. As a rule, anyone who has been told they will need to take antibiotics before a dental procedure will need them before micorblading as well.

   Blood disorders- People with blood disorders, especially those that affect clotting (such as hemophilia), should discuss with physician to see if microblading is a safe procedure for them. 

   Poor general health- Anyone suffering from either a short-term illness or long-term condition should consult with a physician before undergoing a micorblading procedure.

   You are not a good candidate if you have very large pores or severely oily skin. Your results will appear softer and powdered looking. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will the appointment take?

The appointment will take anywhere from 2-3 hours. The first part of the appointment (which typically takes the most amount of time) you will be sitting up getting your brow measured and mapped out. Once you are happy with the brow shape, you will then lye down to get numbing cream applied and the microblading begins!

Will it hurt?

Everyone’s pain tolerance is different. If you are super sensitive, you will probably experience more pain than someone who is not sensitive. Topical numbing creams will be used throughout the procedure to make you feel more comfortable. Getting the procedure done during your menstruated cycle can make you more hyper-sensitive. 

What are touch ups?

After your initial microblading procedure, you will return within 4-6 weeks for a “30-day” touch up. Since the pigment will fade/soften in color anywhere from 40%-60%, this touch up will fine tune any areas that has faded too much and add strokes to any missing areas. It is important to realize you will need “yearly” touch ups to boost the brow color and maintain its fresh appearance. The length of time in between the “yearly” touch ups could range from 6months to 2 years. There many factors that play a role into how frequent you will need yearly touch ups. I.e. sun exposure, individual healing process, etc.

How do I prepare for microblading?

  • Do not tweeze or wax your brows prior to you procedure. 

  • You have to be off accutane for 1 year 

  • Botox should be preformed 3 weeks before or 3 weeks after procedure 

  • No chemical peels 60 days prior or 69 days after

  • It is recommended to stay out of the sun 2 weeks before appointment and 2 weeks following appointment 

  • You can wear makeup to your appointment 

  • Do not take aAsprin, fish oil, niacin, vitamin E & or ibuprofen unless advised by a medical professional 48 hours prior to your procedure. Tylenol is okay. 

  • Avoid alcohol or caffeine before your appointment to minimize excessive bleeding or swelling after procedure. 

What Should I Expect Post Microblading?         

  • The hair strokes will appear crisp looking and darker before the color softens as the tissue heals. 

  • Some swelling, tenderness, itching,redness and or flaking is normal and to be expected following the procedure.

  • It is normal to lose up to 40%-60%of the color during the healing process. 

  • Around 10 days the true color will show

  • The healing process is specific to each client and no predictions can be made on how your body will take the pigment therefore you still may need to fill in your brows even after the healed results. 

  • You will need a color boost within a year or two because this brow enhancement is not a permanent 

After Care 

You will be given a hand out stating how to care for your brows. This includes:

  • Keep brow area lightly glossed with A&D ointment/Aquaphor or Vaseline for 7-10 days. 

  • Do not let the brows get dry or crusty. 

  • Apply the ointment twice a day with a clean q-tip. Only a small amount is needed to occlude the eyebrow. 

  • Keep clean. Wash with water and pat dry. -Do not scrub!

  • Do not pick or rub the area. 

  • Do not wear any makeup on the brow area for the first 72 hours. 

  • Do not use any retin-A or glycolic acids while healing

  • Do not use peroxide or Neosporin on areas

  • Avoid facials, swimming, and whirlpools ( aka DIRECT WATER) during the first 10 days of the procedure

  • It’s recommended not to sweat excessively for the first 10 days after the procedure.   

  • Do not expose the area to sun or tanning beds! 

 

FAILURE TO FOLLOW POST PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN LOSS OR 

DISCOLORATION OF PIGMENT!!!

Services & Prices

Initial Procedure $300

Shading $75

8 week Follow Up $100

Yearly Touch Up $250

Consultation FREE

 

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