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What Is Microblading? 

Microblading is a semi-permanent/Permanent pigment deposit using a tiny blade made up of needles. The blade is used to create hair-like strokes that add definition to your existing eyebrows. Microblading is meant to look natural rather than a makeup effect. You will be numbed twice during this process. Although most clients feel little to nothing, some describe the feeling as plucking multiple eyebrows hairs out and some may feel like they could sneeze. Microblading is a two part process. You will have an initial appointment and a 5-7 week touch up. The touch up is essential because we can build up the strokes depending on how your skin heals the pigment. Once finished, most clients will need a touch up every 1-3 years. You may need one sooner or even later depending on your aftercare, skin type, skin products, sun exposure, etc.


Currently pricing is $399

This price includes your initial Microblading session, a free 5-7 week touch up, and an aftercare goodie bag!

Microblading touch up pricing is $175 and up (consultation required)

You will see best microblading results if you have healthy skin that tends to be unproblematic, especially around the eyebrow area


You should first consult with us before booking if you have any of the following: 

-Chronic skin complications such as psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, etc 

These can cause excessive shedding of skin cells and may need more frequent touch ups. In severe cases, ink may not stay very long at all

-Chronic acne or rosacea

These can cause excessive bleeding and draw out the pigment

-Very oily skin, typically coincided with large pores

Excessively oily skin can make the strokes blur together and create an unwanted solid look. 

-Extremely deep wrinkles around the eyebrow area

This can allow for a canvas that may look uneven once microbladed

-Moles,bumps, piercings on the eyebrow.

-Scarring of any kind 

-Previous permanent makeup on the eyebrows

-If you use prescribed acne medications, particularly with retinol. (Example: accutane/retin-A, curology, vitamin A) 

Using these products typically will draw ink out and not heal properly and should be stopped long before an appointment depending on dosage

-Growth serums

These can over turn skin cells at a rapid rate and should be stopped a few months prior to your appointment 

-Medical conditions such as Lupus, Auto Immune Disorders, Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia, etc 

-Please provide a doctors note and consult with me if you are pregnant, nursing, have diabetes, a heart condition, or hemophilia

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