What is Microblading?
Microblading is the artistic technique of tattooing individual hair strokes with a handheld tool called a microblade. Unlike traditional tattooing, which uses a machine, microblading artists hand draw each hair to match the color and coarseness of your eyebrows. The result? Gorgeous, natural looking eyebrows.
How Long Will It Last?
Is It Painful?
How Much Is It?
Pricing ranges from $400 to $600. Follow us on Social Media for specials that we run throughout the year!
We also have payment plans available too for your convenience.
How Long is My Appointment?
It usually takes 2 hours, with most of the time spent going over colors and drawing eyebrow shapes. The microblading portion lasts 30-45 minutes.
How Do I Make An Appointment?
How Do I Prepare for My Appointment?
How Long Does It Take to Heal?
What is the After Care?
Will I Need Touchups? How Much are They?
Can I Get Microblading if I'm Pregnant?
No, we do not recommend microblading while pregnant or breastfeeding.
Who is Ineligible for Microblading?
We do not provide microblading for people: under 18 years old, pregnant or nursing, if you have diabetes, glaucoma, skin diseases such as Shingles, psoriasis or eczema on the area of treatment, allergies to makeup, Keloid disorder, HIV/Hepatitis, skin cancer, hemophilia, or if you’re taking skin medications like ro-accutaine and steroids. Please read our complete Terms and Conditions.
Can Microblading Hide or Cover my Scars?
t’s great for that! But we recommend sending us a photo of your eyebrows without makeup so one of our artists can review and let you know whether you’re a candidate for microblading.
Does Microblading Work On All Skin Tones?
Yes! Microblading works on all skin tones and colors. Check out our Instagram feed. If you suffer from Keloid disorder, we do not recommend microblading.
What is the Difference Between Microblading and Micropigmentation?
Technically microblading is a form of micropigmentation, but we use a microblade to hand draw individual hair strokes. Micropigmentation specialists use a permanent makeup machine, which offers less control and results in blurrier strokes.