Frequently Asked Questions


Answer: Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure used to enhance and shape eyebrows. It involves the precise application of pigment to create the appearance of natural eyebrow hair strokes.

Answer: Microblading typically lasts 1-3 years, depending on factors like skin type, aftercare, and lifestyle. Touch-up sessions are recommended to maintain the desired look.

Answer: Some discomfort can be experienced, but most clients find the procedure tolerable. Topical numbing creams are used to minimize any pain or discomfort during the process.

Answer: A Microblading session usually takes 2-3 hours, including consultation, design, numbing, and the actual procedure.

Answer: Microblading creates natural hair-like strokes, while Microshading involves a softer, powdered effect. Some clients opt for a combination of both for a more textured look known as “combo brows.”

Answer: Microblading is generally safe for most people. However, individuals with certain medical conditions or skin issues may not be suitable candidates. Consultation with a certified technician is essential to determine eligibility.

Answer: Before your appointment, avoid alcohol, blood-thinning medications, and caffeine. Arrive with clean skin and avoid sun exposure for at least two weeks.

Answer: Like any cosmetic procedure, Microblading carries minimal risks, such as infection or allergic reactions. These risks are minimized when done by a trained and licensed professional.

Answer: You can typically resume regular activities immediately after the procedure. However, it’s advisable to avoid swimming, sweating, and sun exposure for the first week.

Answer: Most clients require two sessions for optimal results. The first session establishes the shape and initial color, while the second session allows for adjustments and color refinement.

Answer: Yes, you can work with your Microblading technician to customize the shape and color to complement your face and preferences.

Answer: Aftercare includes keeping the treated area clean, avoiding excessive moisture, sun exposure, and picking at scabs. Detailed aftercare instructions will be provided by your technician.

Answer: Look for a technician who is certified, has a portfolio of previous work, and positive client reviews. Ask for recommendations from friends or family if possible.

Answer: After Microblading, you may experience some redness and slight scabbing, which is normal. The color may appear darker initially but will fade to the desired shade over time. Complete healing typically takes 4-6 weeks.