Microblading is a technique used to create, recreate, redesign and enhance eyebrows through the use of pigment places in the skin. Micro-blading is the latest hair stroke manual method and delivers the most NATURAL hair like effect.

Microblading results in a natural look, with hair-like stroked Anybody wanting their eyebrows restyled can benefit from the procedure. This includes people suffering from alopecia, over plucked eyebrows or similar conditions involving the loss of hair.

Watch the video below to see Lena Dunham on how Microblading saved her eyebrows.

Microblading is considered a safe procedure when undertaken by a trained practitioner.

Pain is relative. While you may feel a little bit of discomfort, microblading is not considered painful. We use the most effective topical anesthesia’s available.
There are several things to consider prior to your procedure, no caffeine, no alcohol, do not schedule your appointment around your menstrual cycle as all of these make you more sensitive.

Yes, with the Microblading method, you can have natural looking makeup, 24/7. Because this process is done by hand, it is easy to avoid harsh, dark, and unnatural permanent makeup.

Of course. I wouldn’t dream of giving you a design you didn’t want. This is a process in which the both of you work together to find what works for you—after all it is for you.

As with any beauty procedure results depend on the person. But typically microblading lasts between 9 – 18 months.

This will vary with the type of work you are having done and your sensitivity. Generally speaking, basic eyebrow fills, take 1-2 hours.

To complete your brows you will need an initially treatment, then a top up treatment 4 – 6 weeks after. Where I will go over any little patches, or you may want your eyebrows darkened after the initial fading process.

Your eyebrows will look beautiful, but depending on how many times we had to go over an area to implant the pigment, your skin may show very little signs of trauma or may be swollen and red.

The area will appear darker at first because of the blood and lymph that has been brought to the surface during the permanent makeup application. The procedure area tissue will crust a bit and this tissue will slough off usually within 10-20 days leaving you with a softer color. This will be repeated at your touch up appointment. The color will fade between 20-30%.

Most normal activities can be resumed right away. Heavy exercise should be avoided for at least a week for best results—any sweat formed on your brows can fade your healing color. Swimming should be on hold for at least a week, pool chemicals would erode your healing color as well. Outdoors activities can be resumed as long as your treatment area remains clean, dry, and out of the sun.

After care is essential. To prevent infection and maximise the effects of your new eyebrows, follow your aftercare instructions exactly and you will have a beautiful procedure.
We do our 50% to give you a beautiful procedure….While you are responsible for the other 50% with your aftercare. Together we can create a long lasting, beautiful, natural permanent makeup procedure. At first your eyebrows might be slightly darker, but they will fade around 30%.

Healing time varies from individual to individual. Usually, it takes about a week to ten days for the epithelial crust to form and slough off. Your skin will be considered healed after that happens. Then, the pigment takes some time to settle into the skin. A good month should pass before we consider the process complete.

This is a result of the natural oxidation process that takes place in the skin once pigment has been implanted. The color reacts slowly with oxygen in the air, turning it darker. This is a completely natural and normal occurrence for our pigments, but they will fade around 30%.

There can be scabbing if your skin is sensitive. Eyeliner procedures tend to scab more than eyebrows. DO NOT pick off these scabs; picking scabs may result in a loss of color or minor scarring.

This can happen for a number of reasons, but it usually has to do with skin type. Older skin, more weathered skin, and drier skin may flake color off during the healing process. There should be color underneath, but if not, your Microblading professional will touch up your color at your follow up appointment.

The Microblading method is known for its natural results. Show or tell your professional what your goals are for the final result, and they will do their utmost to help you achieve your desired look.

Because color is implanted in the facial area there tends to be more fluid circulation than other parts of the body. Your face sees the most wear of any piece of you—exposure to the sun, food, facial products—the list goes on and on. All of these things cause permanent color to fade, this is why you need a touch up.

Your skin naturally changes over time and the microblading will inevitable fade. This process could be between 9 months and two years. The professional pigments used in this procedure are high quality and are made to last a long time. You can also schedule follow-up appointments to keep your eyebrows looking perfect.

No, unfortunately you cannot have a treatment if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

All the colors are iron-oxide based and have been FDA approved. A wide range of colors is available.

There are several things we can do. Your eyebrows can be modified to a point. A good technician will work with you until you are satisfied with your results.

Generally, microblading is not recommended for people with Hepatitis B/C, Diabetes, Pink Eye, Active herpes simplex, keloids.