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Microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing technique used to enhance the look of eyebrows to compliment their overall appearance in a natural manner.


Why would I need Microblading?

It is used on people who don’t have eyebrows, as well as those with brows that are patchy and irregular.


How does Microblading work?

Microblading involves implanting pigment under the skin with a handheld tool in which hair-like lines are made to reflect one’s natural eyebrow hairs.

How do I prepare for my Microblading procedure?

Avoid anything that thins the blood or makes the skin thinner, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, alcohol, caffeine, fish oil, and retinol, for one week prior to your procedure. 

Is Microblading painful?

Most people describe the feeling as mild scratches. Once our Medical Aesthetician completes the initial Microblading strokes on each eyebrow, she will then topically numb the area to allow for more comfort during the procedure.

How do I care for my eyebrows after the Microblading procedure?

After your Microbalding procedure is complete, you will need to protect the areas treated for one week. This includes refraining from washing your eyebrows, picking at the area, sweating (working out), or swimming. You also want to avoid applying makeup or using skincare products over the areas treated for one week. These things would cause the scabs to come off prematurely and the pigment will be lost.

How long does Microblading last?

Microblading is long-lasting, but over time the pigment in the brows will naturally fade. After your initial Microblading visit, you will follow up in 6-8 weeks for your first Microblading touch-up that will complete your Microblading treatment. These two crucial appointments tend to last patients 1-2 years. It is recommended you maintain your microbladed eyebrows with routine touchups yearly.

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