Change your brow life.
Microblading is a form of permanent make up that creates beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows. Each stroke hand drawn by the artist and blended with your existing eyebrows.
Perfect for those who want to fully reconstruct, define, cover gaps or fill in over plucked brows. Save time and get ready to go with the perfect brows.
Microblading from $400.Book an appointment
Before your appointment
A consultation appointment for microblading is required prior to your procedure. We'll interview you to assess your lifestyle and personal tastes. Patch testing will also be done to determine if you have an adverse reaction to the treatment.Book a consultation appointment
The initial procedure takes up to 2 hours. A strong topical anesthetic numbing cream is used liberally throughout the procedure to keep you as comfortable as possible.
Before committing to the semi-permanent microblading treatment, there are several steps to take to make sure the procedure is successful.
After your appointment
Aftercare greatly contributes to the success of your microblading treatment and will promote good healing. It is crucial these instructions are followed to ensure a comfortable healing process and to achieve the best possible results.Learn more about microblading aftercare
Touch-ups are done to maintain your microblading. Without proper upkeep, the color will lighten over time. The color can last between 1 – 3 years and the pigment can begin fading within 12 months. Fading greatly depends on your skin type and tone, lifestyle, sun exposure, pigment color used, and your overall health. To keep your brows looking fresh, a touch-up is recommended every 1 – 2 years.
Touch-up appointments are optional. After the healing period of your initial treatment, about 4 – 6 weeks, you may want to schedule a touch-up to correct all the imperfections.
Microblading over an old eyebrow tattoo.
Clients with existing eyebrow tattooing or permanent make up come in all the time. However, not all cases are workable.
We can only cover up an old eyebrow tattoo up if the previous work is very light and the ink is not deposited too deep, too dark, or too dense.
If you're interested in microblading and you currently have permanent make up, send us some pictures — take three photos, one straight on and one from each side, showing the tail of each eyebrow. We will look at the photos to determine whether we can work with you. Ensure the photos are make-up free, without filters and with good lighting.