Frequently asked questions
What Exactly, is Microblading?
Microblading is a form of tattooing. Unlike a regular tattoo, "microblading is a form of tattoo artistry where pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. This is pigmentation ink draw hair-like strokes with the tool to mimic natural hairs in your brows.
What's the Average Cost?
Microblading ranges in cost from around $350 dollars to as high as $800 dollars. If you don't know what microblading is, it's the practice of placing pigment with tiny strokes of a "microblade" in a semi permanent fashion over your existing eyebrows.
Is it Painful? Does it Hurt ?
It can. If you ever had tattoo done, most people say the pain level is similar to threading, plucking, and waxing. Before microblading begins, your brows are treated with a numbing ointment to reduce any discomfort.
How Long Does it Take?
The procedure can take up to three hours. There is several stages involved in microblading. The desired shape, arch, and thickness of the brows have to first be outlined and drawn in before the actual microblading can begin. To ensure the eye brows are the correct precision look you desire. Great attention and detail involved to get the perfect symetric eyebrows.
How Long Microblading Does it Last ?
The results of microblading usually last between 1 and 3 years. It’s semi-permanent, the pigment will eventually fade. You should consider going in for a touch-up after 12 months. You can throw out the eye brow pencils and Welcome to the 21st Century of "Microblading ."
Who Should Get Microblading?
Who this procedure will not benefit Candidates with medical conditions:
How long its takes to heal?
Your eyebrows will take 4 weeks to be completely healed. The first 2 weeks - no makeup , apply regularly aftercare serum, and do not wet your brows. After 2 weeks you can wear brow makeup if desired. There is no down time is required after microblading procedure. It takes approximately 7-14 days for the brows to heal over, and about 1 month for the color to fully set in.