Microblading Steps

  1. Consultation: After filling out a few forms, we will clean your brow area and take some “before” pictures. Then, we will measure your brows, clean up any stray hairs, and ask you a few questions about what type of shape you prefer. We will then pre-draw the shape of the brows for your approval. We can make any changes, depending on your tastes.

  2. PicturesBefore and after pictures are a great way to see your brow transformation, so we snap a few quick pictures of your eyebrows before getting started, and then a few more after the procedure.

  3. Approval - You take some time to examine your newly shaped eyebrows. We won’t move forward with anything until you are completely happy with your brow shape, and if that means some adjustments need to be made, then so be it.

  4. Numbing: Once you agree to a shape, we will outline the shape and apply a numbing cream.

  5. Microblading: Before we start microblading, we will show you the tools we will be using for the procedure. We’ll explain each step as we go through each pass, to keep you informed of each stage of the process. We will also numb you again for a few minutes in between passes, to ensure that you’ll be as comfortable as possible.

  6. Aftercare: After the procedure, we will go over the aftercare information with you verbally and give you your aftercare sheet with written instructions and a lotion to take home. We will advise you when you should come back for a touch-up and give you our contact information just in case you have any questions or concerns during your healing period

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Healing Timeline

Permanent Eyebrows Makeup

DAY 1: Eyebrows look amazing immediately after microblading appointment. Pigment gradually gets darker throughout the day

WEEK 1:  Pigment reaches darkest level on day two. Light flaking develops where microblading strokes occurred

WEEK 2: Scabbing from microblading strokes begin to peel and flake off, sometime revealing no definite, visible color in skin.

WEEKS 3-4: Pigment in skin continues to oxidize and microblade strokes begin to reappear in color intended from the beginning, but some strokes may come back looking patchy.

WEEKS 6-8: Eyebrows fully healed and ready to undergo the finishing effects of touch-up appointment

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Pre-Procedural Care:

Steps Prior to Procedure

Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may be swollen or red, you are advised not to make social plans on the day of your enhancement.

  • Please wear your normal make-up to your enhancement appointment.

  • Do not take aspirin or Ibuprofen 2 days prior to and after your enhancement.

  • Do not discontinue any medication before consulting your doctor.

  • Keep alcohol intake to a minimum 2 days prior to and after your enhancement.

  • A sensitivity test will be performed unless waived upon request.

  • Do not use Retin A skincare products close to the enhancement area 1 month prior to and after your procedure.

  • Do not use AHA skincare products close to the enhancement area 2 weeks prior to and after your procedure.

 

Furthermore, please avoid

  • Waxing treatments should be performed no less than 3 days prior to your enhancement.

  • IPL laser hair removal should be performed no less than 2 weeks prior to your enhancement.

  • Electrolysis treatments should be performed no less than 5 days prior to your enhancement.

  • Eyebrow tinting should not be undertaken for 2 weeks after your enhancement.

  • No Botox treatments should be done 3 weeks prior or 4 weeks after procedure

  • No chemical peels 60 days before or after procedure (brows will peel quicker due to chemicals traveling under the skin)

  • No Retinols/Retin-A or other anti-aging/acne creams, or serums containing acids as these will fade brows prematurely

  • Do not work out or sweat heavily the day after the procedure or 2 weeks after

  • Do not tan or have a sunburned face the day of the procedure

  • Do not take aspirin, niacin, vitamin E, or ibuprofen 48 hours before procedure

  • No waxing or tinting 3 days before procedure

  • No alcohol or caffeine 24 hrs. before procedure

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Post-Procedural Care:

Steps After the Procedure

  • The area treated may show redness and swelling and that the color looks dark and intense – this is quite normal.

  • Additional treatments cannot be undertaken until the area has completely healed. A 6–8-week healing time is required before any more work can be undertaken.

  • In order to let your brows, heal well, avoid water on the brow area, the gym, sauna or pool for 7 days.

  • Avoid make-up to the brows for 2 weeks.

  • Once the area has healed completely, approximately 6 weeks, consider using a waterproof total sunblock when going out in the sun to stop the color fading.

  • Strong chemicals or glycolic acid/peels of any kind may cause the pigment to lighten. Always telephone and check with your consultant if in any doubt.

  • Do not pick or pull at the treated area as it will result in pigment loss. You will go through three healing phases: 1-heal, 2-peel and 3-fade

  • You may notice whiteness or blanching around the area, this is quite normal and will subside within 12 hours. If you find any lymphatic fluid or blood weeping you can gently clean the area with saline, cool boiled water and gauze, blotting gently dry to remove any moisture.

  • Newly tattooed eyebrows should not be touched for the first 24 hours. On day 2, getly wash day and night with clean hands using water and the provided soap. Then apply a fine layer of aftercare balm to the treated area. Repeat using procedure up to 3 times a day if the area feels tight for the next 14 days.

THINGS TO AVOID:

***It's critical to avoid the following for 14 days after your microblading procedure.

  • Touching the microbladed area except when washing or applying aftercare ointment.

  • Scratching, picking or peeling the microbladed area, as it can cause scarring and/or color loss.

  • Applying any makeup, moisturizer, lotion, or sunscreen to your eyebrows.

  • Sun exposure - sun tanning - salon tanning

  • Laser or chemical peels, and any other form of exfoliation.

  • Exercise - participating in sports and activities that induce perspiration

  • Long, hot baths or showers - jacuzzies - saunas - swimming

  • Applying any creams to your face or neck containing retinol or glycolic acid.

  • Engaging in tasks like heavy household cleaning where airborne debris can become prevalent.

  • Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol, as it can cause wounds to heal slower.