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Q: WHAT IS MICROBLADING? A: Microblading is a manual method of tattooing that creates beautiful, subtle, and natural brows that fill in thin brows, brows with bald spots, total brow reconstruction and even alopecia. Results last around 2 years - which means by one year about half the color will have faded. Microblading requires a touch up every year to maintain the shape and saturation. The initial appointment takes 2.5 to 3 hours and touch up takes 1.5 to 2 hours.​

Q: WHAT ARE NANO BROWS? A: Nano needle machine brows are created with the tiniest needle there is in tattooing and tattoo machine to similtaneously poke pigment into the skin while tattooing. With this method, there is no cutting of the skin. We are able to create hair strokes that are ultra defined. As time fades, you will notice the hair strokes will stay distinct even as they fade. Results tend to last much longer than microblading. Most clients take 3-5 years (after the initial 2 sessions) before coming back for a touch up. Think of healed nano brows looking as if I drew your brows on with a fine pen, and microblading to look softer - as if I drew them on with a pencil. The initial appointment takes about 4 hours and touch up takes 2 hours.

Q: HOW LONG DOES IT LAST? A: EYEBROW MICROBLADING: By 1-2 years, your microbladed eyebrow tattoo should be fairly light. Touch ups are recommended every year to retain shape and saturation. Pigment retention depends on skin type, age, aftercare, sun exposure, use of certain skin products, pigments used, immune system, medications and other factors. NANO BROWS: Results last up to 3 years, sometimes longer!  OMBRE POWDER BROWS: Results can last up to 3 years depending on skin type. EYELINER: 3-10 years, depending on your skin type. LIPS: Results last up to 1 year depending on your skin type. Results look like a lip stain rather than lipstick. Since your lips are less porous and exfoliate more than brows or eyes, results are known to fade quicker.​

Q: IS IT PAINFUL? A: EYEBROW MICROBLADING: This varies depending on the customer and their pain tolerance. I use two types of numbing to ensure the appointment is comfortable. 99% of my clients say that they feel no pain during this procedure. NANO BROWS: Numbing asthetic is used before and during your session to minimize pain. Most clients say pain is minimal. EYELINER: We do use a higher grade numbing during this procedure. If you have a higher pain tolerance, the eyeliner procedure should feel like just a tickle with no pain. If you have a lower pain tolerance, the pain can range anywhere between 5-7 on a scale of 1 to 10. ​1 being low to no pain and 10 being very painful.

Q: WHAT IS THE HEALING TIME? A: EYEBROWS: Your brows will take 10-14 days to heal. During that week, we encourage you to let them naturally exfoliate off. This means keeping them out of water, sweat, steam, etc. Once the scabbing phase passes, the brows will appear a lot lighter, and their true color should come out after an additional 2 weeks. This means you will not see the true results until 4 weeks after the initial session. A touch up is recommended 6-8 weeks after the initial appointment. EYELINER: Will take just about one week to heal. LIPS: Will take just about one week to heal.​

Q: HOW LONG IS THE APPOINTMENT? A: EYEBROWS: A microblading session consists of a consultation the day of, where we review your lifestyle and daily brow maintenance.  We then map the brows according to your facial structure with the golden ratio of balanced proportion.  Once you approve the brow shape (we usually spend 1 hour shaping), then the procedure takes about 2 hours.  This entire session takes a somewhere between 3-4 hours. Most of the time spent is going over drawing and shapes - to ensure that your healed brow is perfect for you. Sometimes we cannot plan how long the shaping process will take so these are approximate times. EYELINER: Depending on the thickness, it can be anywhere between 2-4 hours. 2 hours for natural lash enhancement and 4 hours for thick winged liner. Touch up takes much quicker (1-2 hours). LIPS: About 2 hours.

Q: WILL YOU DRAW IN THE SHAPE FIRST? A: Yes, I won't start until you agree with the shape style and color.​

Q: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MICROBLADING AND NANO NEEDLE EYEBROWS? A: Microblading: Done by a hand tool, so it is a manual method of tattooing. Healed results are much softer than nano strokes. Touch ups are recommended yearly to maintain the shape and saturation of your brows. Results last up to 2 years. Nano-brows: This procedure is done by a tattoo machine and the finest tip needle which makes results last much longer (~3-5 years) than microblading. Using the machine causes less trauma to the skin. Hair strokes stay defined even when results lighten over time.

Q: WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE? A: Before we begin the procedure, we sit down and work with you to shape your brows with a pencil and agree on the best color and shape to fit your face. This does not require your entire eyebrow to be shaved and does not damage your natural hair. To keep discomfort to a minimum, anesthetic creams are used before and during the procedure. Additional touch ups may be needed to achieve your desired results and may be booked either ahead of time, or at the time of your appointment. If you desire fuller brows, it will require 2-3 sessions to build depth to your brows. Please refer to the Pricing page for more info.


To avoid excessive bleeding the day of your appointment, please:

• Avoid blood thinners, pain killers relievers, aspirin, ibuprophen, niacin, and Vitamin E a MINUMUM of 3 days prior to your appointment.

• Do not consume alcoholic beverages the night before

• No caffeine the day of procedure

• Avoid exercise, tanning, or waxing before procedure

• Please note that you will be more sensitive around your menstrual cycle

Before your MICROBLADING appointment:
- Wear comfortable clothing as you will be laying down for a couple hours.
- DO NOT drink any caffeine, alcohol, or tan prior to your procedure.
- Coming in with your brows drawn in will help me determine what shape/color you like. If you're getting waxed, please make sure to do it a week before your appointment.
- If you are using AHA, Retin-A or Accutane, please let me know and we will have to reschedule your appointment for a couple weeks after you discontinue using these products due to blood thinning.

Before your EYELINER appointment:
-Do not workout 24 hours before the procedure
- Must arrive makeup free
- Do not wear contact lenses during the procedure or for 24 hrs after - please bring your eyeglasses.
- Do not drink any caffeine, alcohol 24 hours prior to your procedure
- Do not take Niacin, Vitamin E or Ibuprofen 24 hours before the procedure
- No tanning a week prior to your procedure
- Discontinue Retin-A, and Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) at least 2 weeks prior.
- Do not have eyelash extensions. You must have your eyelash extensions removed prior to coming in for your appointment.
- If you have had any type of eye surgery, including cataract, Lasik, and blepharoplasty, you must consult your physician and get clearance. Most physicians require 2-9 months before you can have your eyeliner done. This is because there is slight pressure on the eye during the procedure.
- If using an eyelash growth serum, you must discontinue use 2 weeks prior to the procedure and cannot use for 2 weeks after the procedure.

*Note: You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.

This service is amazing and I know you will be happy with the results. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to email or call us. Email is the quickest way to receive a response!

**To prevent distractions, we ask as a courtesy, that you do not bring any guests with you to your appointment.**

After your EYELINER appointment:​

Swelling:  Moderate. An ice bag should be applied for the first few hours. Ten (10) minutes on and ten (10) minutes off. Following the procedure, you may find the area slightly puffy for the first few mornings. Either thinly sliced cucumbers or an ice bad placed on the eyed on the second day for a few minutes in the morning along with sleeping somewhat propped up on your back will make a if you know that you have a tendency to swell.


Use only Artificial Tears product to moisten and cleanse eye area.



· Contact lenses the day of the procedure

· Driving (for 8 hours following procedure)

· Chlorine pools for one (1) week

· Soaps, facial cleansers on pigmented area for 2-3 days

· Eye makeup for 5 days until flaking is finished (included g


· Jacuzzi, sauna for 2-3 days

· Retin A on pigmented area for 1 week

· Hot, long, steamy showers

· Eyelash curlers for 2-3 days

· Terry towels on pigmented area for 2-3 days

· Mascara for 5 days then begin with NEW mascara


Shower with your back to the water to avoid water, shampoo and conditioner from getting into the pigmented area.

IF EYES BECOME INFECTED, call your physician and obtain prescription for eye drops.

Do not rub eyes doing so may cause damage.

Do not be alarmed by fading after first application. The final color cannot be judged until 3 weeks after touch up applications are completed.

Before your LIP BLUSH appointment:​


· Chlorine pools for 1 week

· Retin A on the lips

· Drinking without a straw

· Hot, long, steamy showers

· Sun on pigmented area for 2-3 days

· Soaps, facial cleansers on pigmented area for 2-3 days

· Terry towels on pigmented area for 2-3 days

· Any topical product such as Chapstick, Blistex, Ambesol.

· Rubbing lips with wash cloth wash around lips carefully

If you are known to get cold sores or have ever had a cold sore, it is recommended that you go to the doctor and get prescribed Valtrex. Take it two weeks prior to your appointment to avoid getting cold sores post procedure. ​

Swelling: Moderate. An ice bag should be applied for the first few hours for ten (10) minutes on and ten (10) minutes off.

Moisture: Lips will tend to be very dry. Keep them moist with Shea Butter or Coconut Oil ONLY. Some peeling may occur. DO NOT PEEL OFF! Do not wipe your lips with a napkin while eating blot instead. Drink through a straw. Lips have a tendency to fade up to 60% after the first procedure.


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