Microblading FAQ's

Frequesntly asked questions


 What, Exactly, is Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup treatment for eyebrows, Using the special microneedle pen, the artist applies pigments under the skin in the eyebrow area in a hyper-realistic pattern immitating natural eyebrow hair. These hair lines are also known as hairstrokes. The final effect is well groomed, fuller looking eyebrows that do not need everyday maintanance. 


How long does Microblading last?

It depends on many factors, like client's skin, metabolism, type and brand of Microblading pigments used, clients lifestyle etc. Generally, it should last between 6 to 24 months.


How long does the procedure last?

Microblading is both an art and science. it depends on the amount of hairstrokes needed and the skill of the artist. Usually it's between 2 to 3 hours.


Why do you need touch up?

After the end of initial microblading procedure, our body reacts to the implanted pigment particles. Some of them are being pushed by our immune cells like microphags or fibroblasts. It's normal and common in any permanent makeup treatment. Since its a very complex biochemistry process, the results can vary: from perfect pigment acceptance to some "blind spots" appearance. in this case it is highly recommended to do the so-called "touch up" as additional procedure in about 4-6 weeks after the initial Microblading session.

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