The Microblading procedure is a two-step process. For best results, the client is required to return for at least one touch up visit service session, which is included in the initial service cost. This treatment service is scheduled immediately after the first treatment and should take place 6-8 weeks after initial procedure.
To ensure best results, make sure your health is in good condition. Please eat well prior to procedure. NO waxing, threading, or tweezing for 72 hours before the procedure, as the pores of the skin can remain open and pigment can enter those areas.
ONE WEEK BEFORE the following supplements should be stopped: 86, Vitamin E, Omega 3, Gingko Biloba, and St. John's Wort. These supplements may contribute to thinning of the blood and may affect the efficiency of the anesthetic. You may resume taking your vitamins 72 hours following procedure.
24 HOURS BEFORE AND AFTER your Microblading appointment: avoid alcohol, aspirin, and any other related blood thinners (unless instructed by your physician).
ON THE DAY OF your appointment: please avoid caffeine and exercise.
Pigments used during the Microblading procedure are not implanted as deep into the skin as a traditional tattoo or even micropigmentation with an electric permanent makeup device. This allows for healed results to consist of very fine, thin, and crisp hair like strokes, however, results do not last as long as traditional tattoo methods.
A color boost is required usually between 12- 18 months. A touch-up may be required at 12 months or sooner for oily skinned clients, those who tan often, or those whose brow area is exposed to certain chemicals (facial peels, chlorine, anti-aging products, etc.). Pigment retention varies depending on skin type, age, aftercare, immune system, medications, and certain chemicals.
We only use the best quality of pigments that heal true to color. ALL materials used during each and every procedure (including pre-sterilized blades) are 100% disposable. We strictly adhere to all the AAM, Board of Health, and SPCP guidelines for proper infection control practices and follow ALL state guidelines and regulations.
Contraindications for Procedure:
Chemotherapy and Radiation full treatments – prophylactic chemotherapy is generally safe to proceed
Active dermatologic disorders, i.e. rosacea, eczema, psoriasis
Eyelash extensions must be removed prior to eyeliner
Sick with flu/fever
Active herpes anywhere on the face
Require Waiting Periods:
Lasik or Cataract Surgery – 1 month prior and wait 3 months post-op
Latisse – 2 weeks off
Botox or Disport – 1 Day since they cannot lie flat for at least 5 hours. lf not happy with results, let product run its cycle.
Fillers (i.e. Juvéderm, Silk, Voluma, Sculptra, etc.) – 1 week
Fat transfer in lips – wait 1 month for swelling to subside
Accutane full dose – 1 year (half-dose or prophylactic dose needs medical clearance)
Suntanned skin – 1 month
Retinols, glycolic acid (A.H.A), Vitamin C peels – 4 weeks
Lasers – 8 weeks
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) – 1 week
Shingles shot – 1 month
Laser that removed old permanent makeup – 8 weeks
Require Medical Clearance/Pre-Medication:
Heart valves, stents, pacemakers, rheumatic fever – medical clearance and pre- medication
Organ transplants – medical clearance and pre-medication
Joint replacements – medical clearance and pre-medication
Insulin dependent diabetics – medical clearance and pre-medication
Fever blister history – medical clearance and pre-medication
Shingles history – medical clearance and pre-medication, even with immunization
Seizures – medical clearance
Blood thinners, steroids – medical clearance
Eye Diseases (i.e. Glaucoma or Graves' Disease) – medical clearance
Lupus/Autoimmune Disease – medical clearance and pre-medication
Blepharitis – medical clearance