Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique that uses fine blades to create natural-looking strokes, mimicking eyebrow hairs. Pigment is applied to the superficial layer of the skin, resulting in fuller and defined eyebrows.

Microblading can last from one to two years, depending on skin type, post-treatment care, and environmental factors. A touch-up session is typically recommended after a few weeks to optimize the results.

Permanent eyeliner offers a convenient solution for enhancing the eyes. It can save time in the daily makeup routine, providing precise eyeliner that doesn’t smudge or fade throughout the day.

Yes, permanent pigmentation is generally safe when performed by trained and experienced professionals. We use sterile techniques and high-quality products to ensure safe and satisfactory results.

Most clients experience some redness and swelling immediately after the procedure, but this typically subsides within a few days. It’s important to follow the post-treatment instructions provided to ensure a smooth recovery and optimal results.

There are no hard rules about touch-ups, as each person holds the pigment differently. However, on average, most patients need a touch-up for their permanent brows, eyeliner/lips every one to two years.

If you can, avoid applying acids and retinol to the area where you have the permanent makeup. These can accelerate the rate at which cells are shed, speeding up the process in which the cosmetic tattoo fades as well.

Sunlight and tanning can also damage the pigment. If your permanent makeup is on your lips or eyebrows, apply sunblock during the days you plan to spend a lot of time outside. If you can’t tolerate sunscreen on your eyelids, opt for sunglasses with UV protection.

NO BOTOX or Cosmetic Filler for 2 weeks before or after appointment. Discontinue Vitamin A and Retinol products for 1 week prior to appointment. Avoid excessive Alcohol, Caffeine, Pre-Workouts, and Energy Drinks for 24-48 hours prior to appointment.

Avoid hot tubs, steam rooms, public pools, sweaty exercise, or submerging the tattoo in water for the first 10 days, Avoid direct sunlight or tanning beds for 2 weeks after the tattoo. Avoid putting makeup on the area for the first week. Avoid facials, chemical peels, or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks.

Topical anesthetics are used before and during permanent makeup and available in the form of creams, gels, and liquids. Most numbing products used for permanent makeup procedures include one of the three active pharmaceutical ingredients (API’s), benzocaine.

In total, it should take about 3-4 weeks for your new eyebrow tattoo to shed completely and the pigment to resurface to its true color. DURING THE FIRST 2 WEEKS OF HEALING: The days following the procedure, as your skin heals, it may feel itchy.