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Microblading is a semi permanent tattoo technique, used to create the illusion of fuller brows.

It involves using a specialised tool to deposit pigment under the skin and rather than giving you a block of colour, fine hair strokes are implanted by hand to create the illusion of real hairs. Lasts 12-24 months. Unlike eyebrow tattoos, microblading is considered a semi-permanent solution to fine eyebrows. We recommend including “maintenance” microblading treatments as part of your skincare routine approximately once a year. There’s no standard time to come in for a follow-up treatment. We recommend coming in for a maintenance appointment when you feel you need to pick up a pencil to darken your microbladed eyebrows again.
To extend the longevity of your results, follow all aftercare instructions we provide. Wear sunscreen before you go outside, even in the winter and days it is overcast. We strongly recommend sunscreen with an SPF of at least 55. Moreover, avoid tanning beds. Come in for a touch-up within six weeks of your initial treatment


Cleanse your eyebrows gently every morning and night to work the pigment out of your skin. Couple this with working up a sweat at least three times per week. Sweat will dissolve the pigmentation in your skin. High-intensity interval training is the most effective way to work up a sweat, but intense anaerobic exercise works well, too. Don't pick at scabs, tug, or itch the eyebrow area. Avoid saunas, swimming, and excessive sweating until the area is completely healed and you have a follow-up appointment. Keep your hair away from your brow line. Apply any medicated cream or healing balm provided by your technician as directed




20 mins


1 week


12 - 18 months

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