Any one who is currently being medically treated, taking medication, or has an illness that compromises the immune system/healing.
You are not a suitable candidate for microblading if you currently are/have:
- Skin irritations, psoriasis or eczema near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
- Diabetic (require doctor’s clearance)
- Prone or have a history of keloids or hypertrophic scarring
- Currently receiving chemotherapy (please consult your doctor)
- Sick or have any viral infections and/or diseases (cold, flu, etc.)
- Pacemaker or major heart problems
- Organ transplant
- Have taken accutane in the past year
- Heart condition, uncontrolled high blood pressure
Microblading is a two appointment procedure. Your second appointment is your touch-up and scheduled 4-6 weeks after your initial procedure.
We will fill in the gaps between the hair-like strokes with small pin-point dots. Often referred to as ‘eyebrow/microshading,’ which gives the brow a gradient high definition appearance.
Yes, if a specialist creates a hair-like stroke that you don’t like, we would recommend letting your brows fade out as much as possible & then we can go back in with a color closest to your skin complexion to camouflage the undesired hair-like strokes.
Unlike a traditional tattoo, microblading uses semi-permanent tattoo pigments that are implanted into the superficial layers of the skin which means that it will naturally fade over time. Several factors can also expedite fading, so we recommend staying out of the sun & avoid applying glycolic acid and retinol near your brows.
The length of the procedure will vary from person to person. Being that it’s a semi-permanent procedure, we take our time mapping out exactly where & how you want your brows to be shaped. Microblading can take up to two hours between drawing the brow & doing the procedure. Your touch-up appointment is scheduled 4-6 weeks later & can take anywhere up to an hour and a half.