Stop Drawing On Your Brows Daily!

Wake up and go to sleep feeling fabulous, with no more smudging! Permanent make up comprises of depositing micro pigments into the dermal layer of the skin, eliminating the need to apply daily!

What to Expect

Patients on prescription medications should check with their doctor regarding interactions, especially those on heart medications or blood thinners. Some supplements and herbs can also increase swelling and bleeding.

When scheduling an appointment date for a Permanent Makeup/Micropigmentation procedure, such as Microblading/Microstroking keep in mind the healing time of the procedure. You will need a few days afterward without social plans or strenuous activity.

After your procedure you will be provided aftercare instructions.

Microblading allows us to create crisp, fine hair strokes that fill in thin brows, brows with bald spots, total brow reconstruction and even alopecia. Imagine waking up to perfectly groomed brows everyday without having to worry about filling in or smudging.

The Process

We will customize the right eyebrow shade and thickness for you using a wide range of high quality hypoallergenic permanent makeup pigments and sterilized needle sizes.  Before we begin the procedure, we sit down and work with you to shape your brows with a pencil, allowing us to agree on the best color and shape to fit your face. Microstroking does not require your entire eyebrow to be shaved and does not damage your natural hair. To keep discomfort to a minimum, anesthetic creams are used before and during the procedure. The entire process takes only 2 hours and there is no down time. A touch up is required once 1-3 months after initial procedure. Pigment retention depends on skin type, age, aftercare, sun exposure, use of certain skin products, pigments used, immune system, medications and other factors. Touch ups are recommended once a year to prevent natural fading.

Please note: Eyebrows will appear darker and bolder due to natural scabbing and healing for the first 10 days. This is very common for all permanent cosmetic procedures.