HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
In most cases an initial treatment, followed by a follow-up retouch treatment. In rare cases, you may need 1 or 2 more treatments.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AT MY APPOINTMENT?
You will be given a consent form to sign. A microblading expert will shape your existing brows, outline your new shape, and apply an anesthetic cream to minimize discomfort. A color consultation will then take place. The procedure will start when the numbing cream has taken effect. When the procedure is complete, an ointment is applied to assist the healing process. The procedure takes a little over an hour from start to finish.
WILL IT LOOK NATURAL?
Yes. Microblading looks like natural hair, becoming a little softer and more muted as they fade. The 3D effect adds realism to the end result. The color will appear darker for the first 7-14 days after treatment.
IS IT SAFE?
Absolutely. Sterilized disposable supplies are used during the process.
IS THIS THE SAME AS AN EYEBROW TATTOO?
No. The work involved is only performed on the surface layer of the skin, thus giving it a safe, semi-permanent affect.
CAN MICROBLADING BE PERFORMED ON PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING WOMEN?
Due to lack of research, we recommend that pregnant and breastfeeding women consult a physician before the procedure. A written note from the doctor will be required to perform the procedure.
CAN REAL BROWS BE DONE OVER A FADED TATTOO?
In most cases, yes. A color correction on the faded tattoo is usually required prior to the procedure. Consult your microblading expert for details.
WHERE CAN I LEARN HOW TO DO MICROBLADING?
You can do a microblading training workshop in a city near you take an online microblading course to train from anywhere.
DO I NEED A PROFESSIONAL LICENSE TO DO MICROBLADING?
Most states require a tattoo license to operate. In most cases, students should have beauty industry or medical experience to train on this procedure. This includes estheticians, cosmetologists, laser techs, nail techs, MUA, PMUA, eyelash extension artists, nurses, and doctors.