Frequently Asked Questions
What is Microblading?
Microblading* is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure that creates or enhances the eyebrows. It is great for someone looking to add symmetry to their face, minimize the time they spend doing their makeup, and give the illusion of full, even eyebrows. Typically it lasts approximately 6 months to 1 year depending on the client’s age and lifestyle. The hair-like strokes are made up of pigment perfectly matched to your natural hair color and administered into the first layers of skin with a handheld tool. After the sessions, you must keep your brows completely dry for 7 days while they heal and then come back in 6-8 weeks for round 2. After round 2 (the touchup) you go through the same healing process again and then you’re left with Beautiful Brows!
What is the healing process like?
It is critical to follow all aftercare instructions to prevent complications and to achieve optimum results. Please read our Aftercare page carefully.
How long does it last?
There are many factors that go into the lifespan of one’s microblading! Age, lifestyle, skin care routine and how active one is can all play a big part. On average most of our clients come in once annually for a touchup to keep their brows looking fresh.
Do we offer training?
What is lip blushing?
Lip blushing is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure that transforms lips from lighter to darker or darker to lighter.
What is the investment?
What is brow lamination?
Brow lamination is a procedure that straightens your brow hairs and places them perfectly in place. It is a great option for clients with a lot of hair. It is not a great option for people with little to no hair or uneven hair. If this applies to you we suggest getting Microblading.
What is your cancellation policy?
We ask that all clients give us a 24 hour notice if they need to reschedule or cancel their appointment. Any changes made after the 24 hour time frame are subject to being charged the agreed-upon amount when booking. Cancelation fees vary depending on the service being canceled and are charged to the card collected on file when booking.