Everyone has a different level of sensitivity. Some say yes while others feel nothing. Two different numbing agents are used for the procedure to help with discomfort.
Yes, however you should take a prescription of Famvir, Zovirax or Valtrex two days before the procedure and two days after.
Please avoid excessive exercise and sweating for at least one week.
Yes, however if you’ve just received Botox, you must wait 4 weeks before Microblading. If you’ve just received Microblading, you must wait 4 weeks before Botox.
Each previously tattooed client must be pre-approved depending on the color and depth of the old tattoo. Some old tattoos turn blue-grey which could be harder to work with. Please send pictures of previously tattooed work.
No. Microblading varies from client to client. Oily and dry skin heal very differently as do youthful skin vs. aged skin. Microblading typically heals much better on dry skin whereas a powder brow is best suited for oily skin. It is very normal for some strokes to be super crisp and others to be more faded. Microblading is a multi-step process. The initial session and first touch up are required. A third session can be done for a small fee if necessary.
Microblading is not recommended for clients with Keloid scarring. Please consult with your doctor and have written consent.