24 hours prior to your appointment, DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL or CAFFEINE.
72 hours prior to your appointment, DO NOT TAKE ADVIL or other blood thinners such as Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Niacin or Vitamin E unless medically necessary.
Botox should be done 2 weeks before or 2 weeks after the procedure.
Avoid booking during your menstrual cycle as it can increase your pain.
No waxing, tanning or tinting 3 days before.
Arrive with no makeup for your appointment. A lot of wiping of pigment takes place and makeup can get ruined, so save yourself the hassle!
Be prepared for your brows to look a little red and really dark! – don’t worry, they will fade in color 30-50%.
Although microblading is a safe treatment for most people, there are some conditions that can prohibit clients from being a good candidate. Below is a list of conditions and circumstances that prohibit clients from undergoing a microblading treatment
Pregnant or breastfeeding
Use of retinols or retinoids (must stop use for 1 week prior to appointment)
Recent Botox/Dysport or filler treatment around the brows (we recommend waiting 1 month)
Sunburn or deep tan (must wait at least 2 weeks)
Waxing (must wait 3 days after waxing)
Chemical peels or micro-needling (must wait at least 2 weeks so your skin heals properly)
Keloid scarring or prone to keloids
Moles or birthmarks on the brow area
Serious diseases such as Cancer, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Autoimmune Disorders, Viral Infections
Chemotherapy treatments within the past year
Have an organ transplant
Any bleeding disorders
Any recent colds or flus (please wait at least 1 week before rescheduling so your immune system is strong and you can heal properly)
Broken capillary or raised bumps in the brow area
Symptoms of skin disease, acne, blemishes, rash, lesions, psoriasis, rosacea, eczema or any skin irritation around the brows
Have taken Accutane within the past year
If you take blood-thinning medications within 72 hours of services
If you heavily consumed alcohol within 72 hours of services
If your old eyebrow tattoo is too dark
if you smoke your pigment will likely fade sooner
If you have an iron deficiency or anemia, your pigment may fade sooner and bleeding/bruising can occur during and after the treatment
If you have problematic skin, tend to bleed excessively, do not heal well when cut or injured and/or get infections easily, you may want to reconsider doing microblading as the results are influenced by the healing process
Under 18 years of age
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.
The color will appear darker through the first week or so. This is because the pigment takes around seven days to enter the deeper layers of the skin. After seven to ten days, exfoliation takes place. The top layer of the skin peels off, leaving a softer, lighter color below. The result leaves you with softer and more natural lines. As the treated area continues to heal, itching may occur. Itching is a good sign as it means the skin is healing. The complete healing process for microbladed eyebrows typically takes six weeks and then a touch up appointment follows. The touch up appointment is scheduled during the initial microblading appointment for 4 to 8 weeks later
Yes! Microblading works on all skin tones and colors. If you have oily skin, large pores, Keloid disorder, we do not recommend microblading.
Yes! Because we hand draw every hair stroke, you’ll marvel at this super precise technique.
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