Eyebrow Microblading

About Microblading & FAQ


What is Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup treatment that places special pigments under the top layer of your skin to create realistic hair-like strokes. Microblading can be used to correct previously tattooed eyebrows or create and enhance eyebrows that have little to no hair.

How does it work?

Microblading uses a precise hand tool with micro-needles, that lets us create thin, hair-like strokes. The device makes tiny cuts into the skin and deposits pigment. The end result is beautiful looking eyebrows that suit the patients face.

Does Microblading hurt?

Microblading hurts much less than a tattoo. A numbing cream is applied to the area prior to the treatment to prevent discomfort. Once the numbing cream sets in the patient may feel light scratches, sensations similar to tweezing or threading, or nothing at all depending on your pain threshold.

How many treatments do I need?

You only need one treatment to see results. A touch-up is required 4 weeks after the first treatment.

How long does Microblading last?

Microblading can last between one to three years, depending on your lifestyle and your skin type.

What is the downtime?

The skin around the eyebrow will appear red and the eyebrow will look dark immediately after the treatment. For the first week, we ask patients not to get their eyebrows wet and apply an ointment. By the end of the second week, the colour will lighten and skin will start to heal. You will see the full results after 4 weeks.

Is Microblading safe?

Microblading is a safe permanent makeup treatment for patients with healthy skin.

It is not advisable for patients with skin irritations near the eyebrows like acne or eczema, allergies to ink and numbing creams, and taking blood thinners and certain prescription medications.

It is also not advisable for patients who have had a chemical peel, botox or dermal fillers injected into the area, or used retinol two weeks prior to the treatment.

What is the difference between Microblading and Tattoo?

Tattoos uses ink, which is permanent, and can fade over time to a blue-green hue. Tattoos can also look flat and drawn out because of the type of device used.

Microblading on the other hand, is semi-permanent, and uses pigment. Using a very precise device it can draw hair-like strokes.

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