Microblading is a form of permanent makeup used for covering gaps in hair or hair loss as well as
adding definition and volume to enhance appearance.
It is performed by creating fine incisions in the dermis and depositing pigment.
This technique allows for realistic and natural looking individual hair strokes.
Consultation 30 minutes – FREE
Eyebrows (Includes 1 Touch-Up) – $450
Eyebrow Color Refresh – $100
Eyeliner Top Eyelids (Includes 1 Touch-Up) - $175
Eyeliner Lower Eyelids (Includes 1 Touch-Up) – $175
Eyeliner Color Refresh – $60
Beauty Mark – $50
Lip Liner (Includes 1 Touch-Up) – $175
Full Lip Color (Includes 1 Touch-Up) – $450
Lip Color Refresh – $100
Scalp Micropigmentation – Quoted at Consultation
Scar Camouflage – Quoted at Consultation
Vitiligo Pigmentation – Quoted at Consultation
Areola Repigmentation – Quoted at Consultation
We require a consultation prior to initial application.
This allows us to assess the area to be treated, the skin type, color options and desired shape.
At the consultation we perform skin tests to test for any irritation or allergic reaction to the products.
Our consultation takes about 20-30 minutes, afterward we schedule your Microblading/ Micropigmentation appointment.
The area will be sterilized initially followed by the application of a topical numbing agent.
The area will then be sterilized thoroughly and the procedure takes roughly an hour and a half in most cases,
larger areas such as Scalp or any Camouflage may take longer while a Beauty Mark takes a much shorter time.
Color will appear darker than expected and will fade to the desired color during the healing process which takes about 2 weeks.
A follow-up appointment will be scheduled 6 weeks after the appointment for one touch-up at no charge.
This is to ensure the color, shape and healing are to your liking as well as additional pigment may be added to ensure color longevity.
While the process is permanent, the color may fade over time therefore a touch-up
treatment is beneficial 18 months to 2 years depending on the skin and how it holds the pigment.
During the procedure there may be some minor bleeding, this will vary by client.
If you are taking blood thinners, this may cause slight bleeding.
The area may be a little swollen after the procedure which will diminish.
Bruising is rare but if you are taking blood thinners or other prescriptions it is a possibility.
There is some tenderness in the area for a few days. The color may appear darker than you expect for the first 6-10 days.
Contraindications to Microblading/Micropigmentation
You can not have this treatment done if you are pregnant or breast feeding,
if the skin surface is damaged as in an open wound or scab,
your skin has been epilated in the past 72 hours.