What is Microblading?

Microblading, also known as feathering, 3D eyebrows, or eyebrow embroidery. Microblading is a method of tattooing semi permanent hair strokes that mimic the natural hair pattern. This treatment is done by using a hand tool, with a blade of needles attached to it.

Is Microblading Safe?

I use all disposable products, to ensure the cleanest most sterile environment to protect the health of my clients.

How long does it last?

Microblading eyebrows is only implanted in the shallow layer of skin also known as the basal layer of the epidermis(the exfoliation layer) so how long it may last can change from person to person being as skin changing variables. My typical results after the fill, I recommend to see clients every six months to a year for a touch up.

Does it hurt?

The procedure is a little uncomfortable, most people compare the feeling to being tweezed or threaded, I do not recommend numbing prior to treatment, being as my healed results are much better without doing so, but after applying a light first past I apply a numbing cream making the remainder of treatment much more tolerable. I do what I can to make your treatment as painless as possible.

How long is treatment?

The treatment usually takes 2 hours from start to finish, the actual procedure itself taking anywhere from an hour to an hour and a half.

Contraindications To Treatment

  • Anyone currently undergoing chemo treatment.
  • Anyone under the age of 18.
  • Anyone on Accutane, or topical steroids applied to the eyebrow area.
  • Anyone who is pregnant
  • Anyone with skin conditions like ezcema, shingles, psoriasis, keloiding or anything other medical concerns on treatment area.

After Care

  • No getting the treatment area wet until the scabbing has fell off on its own which is typically 7-10 days.
  • Apply post procedure cream everyday 2-3 times a day while the treatment area is still healing
  • Do not pick or pull at any scabbing, you can pull out pigment and cause scarring to the area
  • Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning beds on treatment area
  • Do not exfoliate area or apply any Retin A products