How long does Microblading last? 2020-10-02T14:21:57-04:00

Microblading stays relevant in the skin for 1-3 years depending on your skin type. It is recommended clients do an annual refresh to keep their brows looking fresh.

I have a history of keloid scarring, Can I still get Microblading? 2020-10-02T14:21:12-04:00

Microblading is not recommended for clients with Keloid scarring. Please consult with your doctor and have written consent.

Are the results guaranteed? 2020-10-02T14:20:37-04:00

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.

Can I get Microblading if I have been previously tattooed or microbladed by another artist? 2020-10-02T14:19:52-04:00

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.

If I have Botox or fillers, can I get Microblading?2020-10-02T14:19:17-04:00

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.

Can I exercise after the procedure?2020-10-02T14:18:38-04:00

Please avoid excessive exercise and sweating for at least one week.

Can I do the Lip Blush procedure if I get cold sores? 2020-10-02T14:17:57-04:00

Yes, however, you should take a prescription of Famvir, Zovirax or Valtrex two days before the procedure and two days after.

Does it hurt? 2020-10-02T14:17:19-04:00

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.

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