Microblading

Microblading is a semi-permanent sterile procedure in which color is implanted into the skin. Much like a tattoo, pigment is placed into the skin, however, unlike a tattoo the color is implanted in the shallower layers of the skin which is why we call it semi-permanent. 

Those diagnosed with cancer  and facing hair loss can be seen BEFORE chemotherapy or radiation treatments begin for 75% off. 

Who is a candidate? 

People with sparse or no eyebrow hair. 

People who participate in sporting activities and who do not want to look washed-out after working out, swimming, camping, dancing, exercising, etc. 

Those with busy life styles who don't have time to apply make-up daily. 

People with asymmetric eyebrows who want to make uneven areas appear balanced. 

Anyone with eyebrow hair loss from prolonged waxing, tweezing, or medical conditions. 

Those who are not artistic in drawing on their eyebrows. 

Anyone struggling with sensitive skin, seasonal allergies, or allergic reactions to conventional make-up. 

People who have difficulty drawing on their eyebrows due to poor eyesight, muscle weakness, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, stroke survivors or unsteadiness. 

Who is not a candidate for Microblading? 

If you are currently pregnant or breastfeeding. 

Are currently undergoing chemotherapy or radiation. 

Are on Accutane, antibiotics, iron supplements, anticoagulants, etc. 

Have an open wound present. 

Have thin or severely wrinkled skin. 

Have a bacterial or viral infection. 

Have a history of keloid hypertrophic scarring. 

How long does it last? 

There are may factors to consider, so there is no exact answer. Each person's skin is different, some hold onto the color as long as a year or more, while others last a shorter amount of time.