À la carte Service & Pricing
Prices listed below are starting prices and may vary
Consultation Fee $25 (Fee will be waived if a 50% non-refundable deposit is made for scheduled appointment.)
First Session (up to 2 hours and includes one touch up appointment) $550
Additional Hour Touch ups:
- 1-6 months $200
- 6-12 months $300
- 12+ (up to 90 minutes) starting at $375
What is Microblading?
Microblading is the latest technique in brow technology, to create the appearance of a natural brow. Hairlike strokes are created, in colors that fit each client individually. A small, very fine blade composed of several very tiny needles is used to implant pigment into the skin. Although it is a form of tattooing, it is not done with a tattoo gun. Each client is treated with new, single-use, sterile equipment which is discarded after treatment. A numbing gel is used to ensure the procedure is virtually painless. With microblading, a more 3-D, natural look can be achieved rather then having a penciled or drawn on appearance.
Can Microblading Cover Old Permanent Makeup?
It is not impossible to perform microblading over previously tattooed eyebrows, although in some cases it is difficult and not recommended. It depends upon how old the previous PMU is, how damaged the skin is from that treatment and the color of the old tattoo. Most clients also wish to create a whole new shape, which can be done, but has slight limitations based on the old shape that was given to them. It is best to send in photos and a response will be sent back, whether or not you are a good candidate to do microblading over the old tattooed brows. In many cases, if you are unsatisfied with your old permanent makeup, a laser removal is recommended. Six months following removal, microblading can be done. It is important to know that old permanent color is extremely difficult to conceal due to the chemical composure of old pigments. More often than not, we have to turn away clients and have them go through removal first. Please, beware of artists around town that promise that microblading can cover your unsightly brows. Making this attempt will only create more unwanted color and scar tissue in your brows, causing permanent damage to the dermis. Even laser tattoo removal may not be able to remove all of the layers of permanent color applied into the skin.
Frequently Asked Questions
The level of pain is minimal for about 2 minutes on each brow prior to anesthetic application.
It is very difficult to answer this as everyones immune response is different. It is best to consult with your physician.
It is not recommended to do microblading while under treatment. A service can be performed, with a doctors note, 6 months following the last chemo/radiation treatment.
Microblading is done with a single use, disposable manual tool that looks like a pen. It is not performed with a tattoo gun. Unlike other tattoo inks, cosmetic grade ink is used in microblading.
The artist selects the appropriate color and shape most suitable for each client. Prior to any service, a thorough consultation will be conducted .
It can take up to 2 hours for each session.
Many factors come into play. For example, sun exposure, use of retin-A, glycolic peels, etc. Microblading typically lasts over a year. Touch ups are performed when necessary.
Typically, microblading takes 4 full weeks to heal and show full result. The initial look from the first session will soften up about 25%. For down time, you’re able to continue with the day after leaving the salon. There is minimum, if any at all, redness and swelling.
Not for everyone. In some cases, clients heal nicely after 1 session, but most return for a touch up. A touch up will ensure the best looking result.
No. 4 weeks is the minimum time required due to skin healing process.
- Clients using Accutane
- Clients with a heart condition and/or taking medications
- Clients with diabetes (can be done with doctors note only)
- Clients who have had Botox or fillers within 2 weeks prior to visit
- Clients with chemical peels or sunburn within 2 weeks prior to visit
- Clients allergic to lidocaine, prilocaine, benzocaine and epinephrine
- Pregnant clients
- Nursing clients (must have a doctors note to receive service)
- Clients allergic to nickel, gold or silver
- Clients allergic to pigments or hair dyes