Frequently Asked Questions

How much does microblading cost?​

You can find the cost of services in the Book an Appointment Section

How long does the microblading procedure take?

The entire microblading procedure typically takes 2-3 hours. Filling out forms, Brow consultation, measuring, numbing and actual MicroBlading.

How long does it take to heal?

The healing process after your microblading treatment can vary from person to person, but usually takes about 4 weeks.

Can I have my eyebrows microbladed if I've had Botox, fillers or any other treatments around my eyebrows?

It’s recommended that you wait about 3-4 weeks after having Botox or fillers, before having your eyebrows microbladed.

You must also wait 3-4 weeks after having your eyebrows microbladed before having Botox or fillers.

How many microblading treatments do I need?

You’ll need 2 treatments. Your initial treatment and then a retouch 4-6 weeks later to achieve optimal results.

How often do I need a retouching session?

After your two initial treatments, touch ups are only needed once per year.

Do I have to shave or take off my eyebrows before microblading?

No, you don’t have to shave or take off your eyebrows. This is a very common question, microblading is going to add and enhance your current brow hairs and shape and if necessary any hairs that are outside of your brow symmetry will be removed by your MicroBlade Artist.

 

How long do the results last?

The results from microblading can last up to one year, depending on each person’s skin.

 

Do I still have to draw in my eyebrows after microblading?

The main purpose of microblading is to have a fuller, more natural looking eyebrows. You should achieve your desired results from microblading and not have to fill in your eyebrows anymore.

 

How do I care for my eyebrows after microblading?

Aftercare instructions can be found in the after care link. 

Can anyone have their eyebrows microbladed?

Unfortunately, not everyone is a good candidate for microblading. It’s not recommended for people with skin problems or skin disorders to have microblading done. You can read more on the Candidates Page.

 

What are the risks of microblading?

As with any procedure, there are some risks involved. Risks include skin infection or keloid formation. Keeping good hygiene and after care is key to minimizing or eliminating these risks.

 

Can pregnant women have their eyebrows microbladed?

Pregnant women should NOT have microblading done because of the changing hormones. The color and healing process can be affected. The procedure may also harm the fetus.