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The Eyebrow Microblading technique is a hair stroke tattoo method that is semi-permanent, lasting from 18 months to 2 years. This innovative technique is one you don’t want to miss out on, using a hand method tool and multiple hair strokes, the end result is beautiful, gorgeous shaped eyebrows. Imagine waking up with perfectly groomed Hollywood eyebrows every morning.
Frequently Asked Questions:
The cost for microblading is $ 400.00 and does including a six-week touchup appointment. Touchup appointments are $ 150.00
How long does it take?
A 3-hour appointment is booked which will cover paperwork, numbing the area, a thorough consult covering expectations, design, and shape as well as aftercare. The actual procedure is about 45 minutes.
Does it hurt?
The procedure is very tolerable thanks to the use of a topical numbing cream. Most clients say it is a lot more comfortable than what they were expecting.
A tattoo gun is not used for brows. A pen-like device with a disposable microblade is used to stroke very thin lines of pigment into the skin. These lines are applied in the same direction as your hair, creating very natural results. Microblading is not recommended if you have a keloid scar, are on blood thinners or are pregnant.
Healing and Aftercare
The area treated will be slightly red for a few hours post treatment and appear darker for the first 3-5 days. The area will flake or lightly scab over the first 10 days. Keeping the area moisturized, avoiding picking, direct sun as well as not allowing it to get wet with water is also recommended.
How long will the color last?
An iron oxide pigment is used for the service which will slowly get absorbed into the body. Sun, abrasive skin products and poor aftercare can cause increased fading. Heavy Smoking and/or drinking will result in thinning of the skin and will increase pigment fading.
Proper aftercare is CRUCIAL. Everyone heals differently, therefore,varied results are to be expected. A 6-8 week touch up is required, followed by touch-ups every 1-2 years to keep the pigment fresh.