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Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup treatment that places special pigments under the top layer of the skin, result is tiny hair-like strokes that create natural and fuller-looking eyebrows. Each stroke replicates real hair and the end result is a brow that looks nearly identical to natural hair patterns. Microblading can create or redefine the shape of brows, fill in empty/sparse areas, thicken, extend, and create brows for clients who have lost all of their brow hair. 

What is microblading?

Is microblading right for me?

If you are guilty of over plucking, have sparse/uneven eyebrows, have lost all or a portion of your brow hair, or simply desire to change your shape or get a fuller look, we can make your dream brows come true with Microblading.

*Not everyone is a good candidate for microblading. Pregnant or nursing women should wait until after they’ve delivered and/or finished nursing. Diabetics, hemophiliacs or anyone taking a blood thinner should not have microblading done. Individuals with pacemakers, viral infections/diseases (HIV, Hepatitis C) and Accutane users are not recommended for microblading as well.

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Does microblading hurt?

If a tattoo-like process sounds rather unpleasant, rest assured we do everything possible to maximize comfort and make your service as pain-free as possible. A topical lidocaine cream is applied to numb the skin at the start of the process, and at multiple times during the service. Most clients rate the pain a 3 in a scale of 1-10, and compare it to having your brows threaded or plucked. Some sensitivity comes immediately after the topical anesthetic wears off and after that, there is minimal tenderness and swelling. Having this service performed during your menstrual cycle may increase discomfort during your procedure.