It doesn’t matter if you like them arched and feathered or straight and bold, eyebrows are arguably the most important facial feature. If you’re not satisfied with the ones you have, there are so many ways to update them, including brow gel, pencils, and even tattooing. Now there’s a new, very natural option that delivers semi-permanent results. It is called microblading. Microblading is an embroidery of small, precise strokes that mimic the effect of real hairs, and uses a special microblading pen with an end made of needles, that puts the pigment into the skin to individually draw on the strokes.

Microblading is for those women that may need to reconstruct eyebrows, fill in gaps or plucked eyebrows, or simply define them. You may expect and desire the perfect brow.  To be realistic it may take a few appointments to obtain the desired brow look.

It’s an extremely meticulous process that takes around two hours to complete. Time is spent with your technician to design your desired arch and look.  Then the pigment color is picked with you and your technician to arrive at your precise color desired. The results will last anywhere from 18 months to 3 years, depending on the person’s skin.

Before the microblading begins, a topical numbing cream is applied to the area to minimize discomfort. There could be some discomfort, but most people say they felt no pain.  It is normal for the initial pigmentation to be darker, but will fade and look more natural in a few days. After 4-6 weeks there is a session for a touch up.  This is necessary to finish the final desired look.

Unlike eyebrow extensions in which you have to be careful about maintaining, microblading is low maintenance.  After healing, you can rub them and enjoy swimming. No special care is required, expect the touch up done in 4-6 weeks.

There is a dedicated room for the microblading.  The room is maintained in a sanitary manner.  Strict sanitation and sterilization guidelines are fallowed. Technicians use gloves, mask, hair net, and sanitary robe.  All instruments that enter the skin, or come into contact, with body fluids, are disposable, and disposed of after use.  Cross contamination guidelines are carefully adhered to.

Touch Up:  Touch up is the second phase the treatment of Microblading, this usually happens after about 4-6 weeks, as soon as the pigment and color settle in the client’s treated brow area. At this time any dark pigment from the initial result of Microblading fades by 30-50%, and scabs might have healed.

It is very IMPORTANT to complete the touch up treatment, without this, your Microbladed eyebrow is considered half finished, and you cannot expect the maximum result of the procedure.  Failure to do the touch up session will result in an unfinished-  look in the pigment of the brow, and will not give you the maximum results you desire.

Leading up to your appointment, you should avoid plucking or waxing your brows because your technician will be making your new brow shape based on current measurements they will make before starting your procedure.  You should also avoid using exfoliants 72 hours before the treatment, like skincare products containing glycolic acid, Retin A, Renova, and alpha hydroxy acids, since they may inflame the skin.  You should discontinue taking medications such as blood thinners.  Pregnant or nursing women cannot do the procedure.


Microblading is an embroidery of small, precise strokes that mimic the effect of real hairs, and uses a special microblading pen to individually draw on the strokes. It is done with a hand-held pen, with an end made of needles, that puts the pigment into the skin. Microblading is for those women that may need to reconstruct eyebrows, fill in gaps or plucked eyebrows, or simply define them.  You can have that perfect desired Eyebrow look.


Will it hurt?

Most people feel little to no pain. We do apply a numbing cream to the brow which minimizes most discomfort. Each individual is different, with different skin. You may feel some discomfort or pressure.

How long will it take?

The procedure is meticulous.  It will take between 2-3 hours.  Some of the time will be spent in designing your desired brow, along with picking your desired color.

How long will it take to heal?

Within a few days you will feel normal.  The total healing process to allow the pigment to properly penetrate, and any scabbing or brow tissue to heal is 4-6 weeks.

How long do they last?

Each person’s skin is different therefore may vary, but the average is between 18-24 months. Some have lasted up to 3 years.

Is it safe?

Yes. This is a permanent makeup and is safe. Strict sanitation and sterilization guidelines are fallowed. Your procedure will be done by a Certified Microblading Technician. There are pre, and post procedure instructions to follow.

How do I pick my color?

With your technician you will arrive at the desired color for your brow.

Can I have the treatment if I am receiving Chemotherapy?

No, unfortunately due to you being at higher risk of infection.

Can I have the treatment if I am pregnant?

Although there is no research to suggest this procedure would be detrimental, unfortunately we cannot do this treatment for pregnant or breastfeeding individuals.

How much does it cost?

Some have paid up to $1,200 for the procedure.  There are two parts to the treatment.  The initial microblading and the touch-up.  The average is $500 for the microblading and $200 for the touch-up.  Since we believe that the two together are necessary for the desired brow, we have priced it together at one price of $500.

When is the touch-up?

The touch-up is 4-6 weeks from the initial procedure.  At that time we will fill in any areas needed, as well as making any desired changes for your final look.

What is the minimum age?

Unfortunately, we cannot do the procedure for anyone under the age of 18.

What will they look like right after the procedure?

Your brows may be a little swollen, red and sometimes a bit white.  This is all very normal.  They will be considerably darker for the first week, before they begin to fade out to a softer color.


Please follow these Microbladiing aftercare instructions carefully to prevent pigment loss. Call or contact us if you have any questions to make sure that you have the best eyebrow tattoo aftercare possible.

  • Do NOT get them wet
  • Do NOT touch them for 24 hours
  • Do NOT sweat or workout
  • Do NOT put ointment, lotions or makeup on them
  • Do NOT stay in direct sunlight or go to a tanning bed
  • Do NOT pick, itch or rub your brows
  • Do NOT have hair touching your brows (bangs)
  • Do NOT use benzoyl peroxide, salicyclic acid, or retinoids
  • Do NOT use a sauna

Things to avoid:

Increased sweating • Swimming • Hot sauna, hot bath or Jacuzzi • Tanning  • Laser or chemical peels or treatments and or any anti-aging creams containing any acids or retinols on the face or neck (even if you avoid your brow area). • Performing tasks related to heavy household cleaning such as garage or basement cleaning where there is a lot of airborne debris • Spicy foods • Smoking • Drinking alcohol in excess as it may lead to slow healing of wounds • Driving in open air vehicles such as convertibles, boats, bicycles, or motorcycles • Touching of the eyebrow area except for when applying the post-care oil with a cotton swab.

Things To Do:

Keep the eyebrows clean to prevent dust from accumulating. Dust contains germs, and your skin is still not fully healed. You should help them by dabbing away the dust. Use cool water on cotton pads which are damped, to clean and pat away any dust in the eyebrows area. If there come up any dry patches, or there is any microblading scabbing, you can use oil on your brows for the next few days. Some oils that can be employed are coconut oil, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil. Vaseline is ok too. These oils get absorbed into the skin and do not let the skin get dry.


During the shower, keep your face away from the showerhead.

After your brows are healed, protect them with sunblock at all times. Before swimming, apply a layer of Aquaphor to your brows to prevent chlorine water/salt from penetrating the area.

Any product, prescription or chemical that exfoliates your skin will fade your brows. This includes Glycolic Acid, Retinol, Retin-A, Accutaine, Vitamin-C, Salycylic Acid, TCA, Lactic Acid, etc.

What to expect after your Eyebrow Microblading session:

Your new eyebrows will go through several phases during the healing cycle.

The pigment will appear very sharp and dark immediately after the procedure. You will still be able to go about your normal routine. This is because the pigment is still sitting on top of your skin, and has not yet settled in completely. The color of the pigment will soften gradually and fade anywhere from 10% – 50% or more. The area will shed taking some color with it (THIS IS NORMAL). The area will begin to oxidize and darken over the first month.  At the touch up we will fine tune any area that has faded too much.

It is common to have some redness and possible itching, in some cases minor swelling or scabbing. For swelling, ice may be applied with dry cloth, to not get brow wet.

It is important to remember that healing is specific to each client. You will also need a touch up on your brows every 6-12 months (depending on your body) to maintain its fresh natural appearance. Remember the touch up session in about six weeks is critical to the final natural looking eyebrows.

It is very common to have areas fade more so than others. This is a part of the healing process and will be treated at the recommended touch up appointment.

Fading WILL happen after each procedure. We do not have control over your bodies healing process. You may need to still powder and or pencil even after your final result. This is an enhancement to your natural brows and the results are not permanent. Some final results after touch up may last 3 years, and some may only last up to 6 months…this depends on each individual.


Microblading procedure with touch-up
(Includes both the Microblading and touch-up 4-6 weeks) $500.00