Frequently Asked Questions
What is Microblading/Microstroking/3DBrows?
Microblading is performed with a grouping or configuration of needles affixed to a handle to manually create lines that resemble eyebrow hairs. Microblading is a form of art, with ink being placed into a layer in the skin. Often called "semi permanent", there is no way for me to tell you how long it will last in someone's skin, therefor is defined as permanent. Please pick an artist whose work speaks to you!! This procedure should be taken seriously, the average cost of a quality artist will be anywhere from $500- $1000.
Does it hurt?
Nope! Most people feel NOTHING! I use a topical anesthetic, consisting of Epinephrine, and Lidocaine that works like a charm. Less than 5% of clients do not numb well, but is still tolerable and worth it!!
What is the aftercare like?
Easier than most think. You wash them once, and after that, no water, or anything on them for 10 days. Oily skin clients will be suggested to use oil blotting pads, while dry skin will be advised to apply grapeseed oil. The most important is to not get them wet, and to let them do their own thing! They have 30-40 days to truly heal, so you need to patient with them! Trust me, its worth it!
Why should I book with you?
My knowledge. I have been trained by an amazing artist who herself was trained by one of the worlds best. I currently have over 100 hours of training, and make it a priority to do continuing education, to further my knowledge and give my clients the best! I specialize in the long hair stroke lines, and for my color theory knowledge. There are many areas of study when learning microblading techniques, which include facial morphology and bone structure, brow shaping and design, color analysis, color theory, proper handling of equipment, and prevention of cross-contamination. I always tell my future clients, do their research of their artist they choose. And please do not go to the cheapest! This probably means they did not invest in the thousands it takes to have the correct training. This is an art. You should be attracted to your artists work!