Microblading is a process that involves tiny, fine-point needles (instead of a tattoo gun) that make up a small disposable blade and handle to scratch and deposit pigment simultaneously under your skin. The result? Realistic-looking brow hairs that don't wash off.
Microshading does not tattoo full strokes along the browline, but rather small points to “shade” in sparse areas. Instead of creating the illusion of individual hairs, microshading fills in the entire brow with light pigmentation through the use of a fine tipped needle.
The two techniques can also be combined to get the best of both worlds. The results will not appear to be individual eyebrow hairs, but rather a shading that more closely resembles penciling or powdering your brows with makeup
Yes! I've had many clients with a 100% safety record. Every procedure is done under very strict sanitation and sterilization rules. I am trained and certified makeup artist and I always use disposable needles and parts.
It depends. Thankfully, I make sure to use a highly effective topical anesthetic cream that helps numb the area of the procedure. This helps to alleviate any minor discomfort you may experience. Of course, levels of comfort, pain and response to anesthetics varies with every client.
Likely not. The pigments are all hypoallergenic and reactions to them are extremely rare (I've yet to have one happen to my clients).
Yes! However, if you have any of the following conditions listed below, please consult with your doctor before booking an appointment with us. If you have any of the following conditions and do not have a legitimate doctor’s note with approval, we cannot perform this procedure for you. No exceptions!
The final colour will always look darker and more intense right after the procedure. It will however gradually lighten and soften once the healing process begins (this usually takes 3 to 7 days and will continue to lighten over several weeks).