Eyebrow microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo procedure using a handheld microblading eyebrow pen to draw on strokes of color to mimic the appearance of real brow hairs. The process is similar to getting a tattoo but the ink that is used is far less concentrated than that of a regular tattoo and is specifically formulated for the microblading process.
While there are thousands of eyebrow products on the market, those that tend to opt for microblading want fuller, natural-looking eyebrows but don't want the hassle of filling them in every single morning, or the worry that the pigment won't last all day.
Microblading is contraindicated in pregnant women and other conditions so consultation with our certified technician is advised.
Microblading can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on your skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, and the products that you use. However, touch-ups are commonly needed about once a year, especially for those with oily skin, as the ink tends to fade and blur faster.
At your microblading appointment, the area of your brow is sanitized and numbed, then eyebrow shape is drawn on in consideration of your face symmetry and age. Our technician will consult with you on the pigment of the ink she will use and together you will decide on the color you desire.
Then, she will proceed to drawing on the strokes using the microblading pen, which can take anywhere from 30-40 minutes, depending on the eyebrow area. After the eyebrows are finished, she applies an aftercare ointment to help healing and a follow-up appointment is scheduled in four to six weeks.
At this appointment, she is able to tweak the final result if needed, In order to prevent blurring or fading your technician will suggest keeping them dry from water and sweat for a week or longer, and to refrain from wiping. She also recommends applying an ointment once a day to speed up healing.
Immediately following the treatment, the brows will be darker and slightly red, but the redness and the pigment will slightly fade in color as the brows heal. Infection is always possible but unlikely if post procedure care is performed as per instructions. We use disposable products to minimize risk.