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What is Microblading

Microblading is a modern form of permanent cosmetics in which the technician uses a hand held tool to manually create hyper-realistic hair strokes. While microblading is a permanent service, results typically last 1-3 years depending on skin type and aftercare compliance.

Who is Microblading For?

Please be advised that microblading is a form of tattooing and there are some medical conditions and medications that prevent clients from getting the service. If you have any questions, please email or call. Occasionally, a doctor's note can be accepted for special cases. 

Permanent cosmetics services cannot be performed if you are:

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • Under the age of 18.

  • Taking immunosuppresion medication/have been diagnosed with an immune disorder.

  • Have any active infection.

  • Have an upcoming surgery within 4 weeks.

  • Taking blood thinning medication.

  • Taking adderall.

  • Noncompliant with aftercare instructions.

  • Commonly suntan.

  • Diabetic.

  • Currently taking painkillers, street narcotics, or have drinking problems.

  • Taking krill oil/fish oil.

  • Have an undiagnosed/untreated heart issues.

  • Have taken antibiotics in the past 30 days.

  • Have tendency to keloid.

  • Have had peels/laser/microneedling within the past four weeks.

  • Have taken accutane in the past year.

  • Have had laser resurfacing in the past year.

  • Have had botox injections on the forehead within 3 weeks.

  • At high risk of infection/must take antibiotics during dental work.

  • Trichotilloma diagnosis.

  • Most people who have had their brows tattooed in the past will be turned away. Please contact Stacey with a photo of your brows to see if she will take you as a client.

Does Microblading Hurt?

While everyone's pain tolerance varies, I numb my clients with topical numbing cream and I use another numbing solution throughout. 

What can I expect after my initial treatment?

The healing process typically takes a complete 4-6 weeks. Minor swelling and irritation is normal, and the brows will appear darker than normal for 2-5 days. It is normal for the color to flake off and appear softer and less visible during the healing process, but the pigment will reappear in the following days. 

Do I have a say in what my eyebrows will look like?

In short, Yes. I provide each of my clients an in-depth brow mapping and analysis. We will both work together to outline the perfect shape of brow that compliments both your facial structure and your personal style.

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