What is Microblading?
|Initial Microblading||$395||Book Now|
|Touch-Up (within 3 months)||$50||Book Now|
|Color Boost/Touch-Up (4 months-11 months)||$250||Book Now|
|In-person Microblading Consultation||$50||Book Now|
|Microblading 2-Day Training Course||$2,750||Book Now|
Microblading is a relatively new cosmetic tattoo procedure, offering both women and men a solution to sparse, uneven or non-existent brows. Eyebrow microblading is a new, manual method of semi-permanent make-up which uses hair-stroke technique. It is done using a very fine hand-held grouping of needles to deposit pigment directly into the epidermis. This gives your eyebrows a beautiful, natural appearance. Results last approximately 12-24 months with proper maintenance. Who is your Microblading Artist?
Our Microblading Artist is Morgan Farrah. She is also a Registered Nurse in the state of Florida. Will Microblading hurt?
Prior to your procedure, we will numb your brow area for approximately 45 minutes. While pain tolerance varies from person-to-person, this procedure is well tolerated and even pain free for most clients.Is there downtime with Microblading?
There is essentially no downtime with microblading. There may be slight redness or swelling post procedure, but this is typically very minimal. Our Microblading Artist will talk to you about after care instructions and send you home with everything you need to properly care for your brows during the healing process. You may experience itching, flaking, darker pigment color during the first week, but this will subside within the first 7-10 days. The full healing time is 4-6 weeks after the first procedure. This is why we schedule your touch-up session for 4-6 weeks after your initial microblading. Choosing a Microblading Artist
Choosing an artist can be tough! However, the old saying "you get what you pay for" is so true in the microblading world. Microblading is a tattoo on your face, so it is crucial that you do your research. Look at artists before and after photos and ask about their credentials. Going a cheaper route or with less trained or experienced artist can sometimes mean needing to spend even more money later on to fix your brows.