Microblading - Frequently Asked Questions

What is Microblading?

Microblading is a procedure where pigment is implanted into the epidermal and outer layer of the skin to a depth between 0.05 and 0.09 which mimics real hair strokes.

How long does it last?

The length of time microblading lasts varies from person to person. The average length of time is between 18 to 24 months depending on the skin type, lifestyle, etc.

Our microblading specialist recommend an annual color boost to keep your eyebrows looking fresh.

What shape eyebrow does it create?

The shape is measured and drawn with a wax pencil based on your facial structure, your natural brow hair and your desired look. Each shape is personalized perfectly for the recipient.

How many sessions will I need?

The majority of people will need a minimum of two sessions to complete the procedure. Extra sessions are optional.

What pigments do you use?

Pigments are creamy and highly concentrated. Ensuring your strokes to remain crisp and durable. Pigments consist only highest quality raw ingredients.

Each pigment batch tested for impurities and heavy metals and is approved by Inkcert. They are non-toxic, non corrosive, non irritating, non photo-toxic, meeting all health standards.

What colors are available?

Together, we can select a color based on your natural brow color and the color you desire.

Do you numb the area?

Yes – we apply topical numbing solution along with a medical grade numbing gel throughout the procedure to ensure your comfort.

How long is the healing process?

In most cases, the procedure is fully healed after 4 weeks.

Your new eyebrows will go through several phases during the healing cycle. True reflection of healed pigment can only be assessed four weeks after treatment.

Touchups are recommended at least 5 to 8 weeks after your initial procedure.

What needles do you use?

We only use single use disposable high quality stainless blades that are packaged individually with a batch serial number and CE approval.
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