Frequently Asked Questions

What's Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that uses a series of small needles to deposit pigment into your skin, but doesn't go as deep as a normal tattoo would. The microblading technique creates hair-like strokes resulting in a fuller, natural-looking brows.

How long does it last?

Eyebrow microblading typically lasts 1-3 years depending on the skin type and the conditions the face is exposed to. 

How long is one session?

The first microblading session is usually 2-3 hours long. The subsequent sessions are shorter; however, the duration of the touch-up session will vary depending on the time since the last microblading session.

Does it hurt?

Pain is a very subjective term. For some, they experience intense pain, for others, they describe it as a small bird gently pecking at their brows. 

We do apply numbing cream to ensure the comfort of our customers. We can't promise that there won't be pain, but we can promise that it'll all be worth it when you see the results.

Why is it so dark?

It is normal for the pigment to appear dark immediately after the procedure. Allow some time for the color to settle into your skin. Your eyebrows will lighten after a couple of days as your body begins the healing process.

Who do you not recommend get microblading done?

  • People with large pores, severely oily skin, dark permanent makeup may not receive good results. 
  • People taking medication for thyroid/graves disease (pigment may not retain properly). 
  • People who have diabetes type 1 or 2 or prone to slow healing and infection. 
  • Nursing or pregnant moms can't receive microblading either.