First the artist numbs the clients' brow area with medical grade lidocaine, and covers with plastic wrap for 20-30 minutes.

  • After numbing is complete, the microblading artist will assess the client’s desired brow style. Using a series of questions, ruler measuring of the brow bone area, and eye and nose ratio symmetry, the client and artist will agree on a shape. 

  • The artist will draw the eyebrows directly on the client’s face with a waterproof eyebrow pencil. The artist uses this as a  guide for the microblading procedure. And also allows the client to see the final look before any permanent work is done.      

  • The artist begins microblading, inside the drawing they’ve agreed upon with the client. 

  • Two-three passes of microblading will be done to achieve the shape. Pigment will be masked on the final pass to ensure implantation. 

  • Once the microblading is finished, the artist will remove the excess ink. Revealing beautiful natural looking eyebrows.

Microblading requires a second touch up appointment 4-6 weeks after the initial, because all client’s skin type vary and receive the ink differently. It's impossible to accurately predict how a pigment will be affected by a client’s undertones.

After 30 days, the touch-up appointment will “warm up” or “cool down” the colors, to match the clients' skin perfectly.