Microblading

Microblading Information

Eyebrows are sisters, not twins! With microblading we can fill in, correct and create symmetry to enhance your eyes and face! With over 15 years experience shaping and perfecting brows, we are excited to offer a solution to sparse, thinning and lack luster eyebrows! Microblading is a manual tattooing technique which is considered semi-permanent. The procedure is done by using a unique hand instrument with a small row of very fine needles that deposit pigment into the top layer of the skin. The result is hair like strokes that create beautiful, natural looking eyebrows for up to 18 months! There are many factors that play into how long your brows will last including, aftercare, skin type, skin care products, sun exposure, etc.... The average is 12 to 18 months. You may need to come in for color enhancements yearly, and some clients require an every 3-month touch-up.

Pricing

Consultation - $25 (applied to deposit upon booking)
Initial treatment for brows - $400 (consult required)

A $75 non-refundable deposit will be required upon booking 
Touch-up after 4-6 weeks ~ $100

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Color Enhancement Session

A color enhancement will bring your brows back to life! Color enhancements will be done on a case by case basis depending on what your brows need and how long it has been since your initial appointment.

$150 - $300
Cancellation Policy:  Microblading cancellations or changes must be done with 72 hours. 

Microblading FAQs
How long does it last?
There are many factors that play into how long your brows will last including, aftercare, skin type, skin care products, sun exposure, etc.... The average is 12 to 18 months. You may need to come in for touch-ups yearly, and some clients require an every 3-month touch-up.

Does it hurt?
This is designed to be a gentle procedure with minimal discomfort. The degree of discomfort will depend on several factors, such as if you opt for anesthetics, location of the treatment, and your pain threshold.  A numbing cream is applied to the skin before the procedure and a second one once the skin has been broken.

Non-candidates - who should not get microblading?

•Pregnancy or nursing

•Diabetic patients

•Skin diseases

•Directly after Botox treatment (after 2 months is allowed)

•Use of Accutane, Isoltretinoin, or other retinoids (after 6 months is allowed)

•If you have a pacemaker, this manual method can be used, but any machine use is not allowed.

•Very sensitive and pain intolerant•Sunburn or frostbitten (allowed after symptoms are gone)

•Seborrhea Dermatitis

•Very dry or peeling skin

•Excessive sebum, oily skin

•Problem skin broken capillaries

•Acne

•Moles

•Keratosis

•Very dry or peeling skin

•Problem skin