Microblading is a manual technique used to deposit pigment along the brows and mimic real hair. It is
considered “semi-permanent” because results last about a year before needing a refresh on the color. Hair like
strokes are strategically placed to yield a more natural effect than traditional cosmetic tattooing. A touch up is
usually required after the initial appointment to ensure pigment is full and the shape is consistent.
Before the procedure
-Discontinue Vitamin A or any Retinol products one month prior to treatment.
-Do not get Botox 3 weeks prior to your appointment.
-Do not have any kind of peel or facial two weeks prior to treatment.
-Do not tan two weeks prior to your appointment or have a sunburned face.
-Do not pick, tweeze, wax, or perform electrolysis one week before your procedure.
-Do not take Fish Oil or Vitamin E one week prior. (Natural Blood Thinners)
-Do not wax or tint your eyebrows three days before the procedure.
-Do not drink alcohol 24-48 hours before your appointment.
-Avoid taking aspirin or ibuprofen for pain relief
-Do not work out the day of your procedure.
-Do not consume coffee before your procedure.
After the procedure
-Avoid picking at the treated area. Doing so may result in scarring or loss of color. Let any scabbing or dry skin
-No facials, botox, chemical treatments, or microdermabrasion for four weeks.
-Avoid hot, sweaty exercise for one week.
-Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for four weeks after the procedure.
-Avoid sleeping on your face for the first 10 days.
-Do not go swimming
-Do not apply any topical makeup to the area including sunscreen.
-Avoid getting your face and the treated area wet while washing your body in the shower. Wait until the very end
to wash and rinse your hair. Avoid excessive rinsing, hot water, and steam on the treated area