We're excited to add microblading and lash extensions to our service menu! Please read the forms below about before & after care with microblading before making your appointment. Due to the cost and time of the microblading & lash extension procedures we require clients to make a $100 deposit for microblading and a $50 deposit for lash extensions prior to the appointment. If your appointment lands on a Monday you must cancel on Friday before 5pm and on Tuesday you must cancel on Saturday before 2pm.

Microblading...............$400


Full Extension...........$125

Fill..........................$50

Microblading Info

What to Expect During the Appointment

      -The full appointment time will take about 3 hours

      -Examine before pictures

      -Mapping out the brow

      -Choosing pigment color

      -Numbing

      -Blading procedure

      -Pigment soak

      -After care

      -After pictures

 
You Cannot Receive Microblading If

     -You are anemic

     -You have allergies to lidocaine

     -You have back or neck problems that prevent you from lying flat      for 3 hours

     -You have an auto immune disorder

     -You have high blood pressure

     -You are on blood thinners

     -You have scarring

      -You are diabetic

      -You are pregnant or nursing

      -You have excessively oily skin

  
Microblading Cost

     -$400 includes follow up 4-8 weeks after first session. Additional  $50 for shading upon request

     -$150 yearly touch-up needed within 12-17 months

     -$50 for any addition touch ups requested

     -$100 non-refundable deposit required at the time of the booking; amount will be used towards the service.

 
What Is Microblading?

    -Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo.

    -A small blade is used to creature natural hair-like strokes tot shape and define the brow.

   -Pigment is deposited into the epidermal layer of the skin. 

 
Who Does Microblading?

    -Procedure is done by a technician certified in microblading, first-aid, and handling blood borne pathogens.

   -Procedure is performed in a spa room approved by the local health department.



Microblading Before Care

    -No alcohol 48 hours prior to the procedure.

    -No vitamin E or fish oil the week before the procedure.

    -No botox 3 weeks before or after the procedure.

    -No facials or chemical peels 2 weeks before the procedure.

    -No electrolysis 8 weeks before the procedure.

    -No tanning or sunburn 2 weeks before the procedure.

   -No smoking.

   -No coffee/energy drinks day of the procedure.

   -No aspirin or ibuprofen day of the procedure.

   -No exfoliating acids 60 days before procedure.

   -No wax or tint 3 days before procedure.

   -Must be free of chemotherapy for at 1 year.

Microblading Aftercare Instructions


    -Wash twice a day for two weeks with anti-bacterial soap and apply a very small  amount of healing cream.

    -No itching, no rubbing. To avoid infection and/or bald spots on the brow, it is important not to pick or rub at the pigment that may start to peel or flake. Let this occur naturally.

    -Many brows will need up to 1 month to fully heal. Touch-ups will be scheduled 1 month out to retouch any bald spots and to ensure brows are perfectly even.

    -Brows will go through many stages: appearing very dark at first, very dull after dryness/flaking has subsided and new skin has formed, in the days following this dullness, pigment will reemerge and new skin settles in and you will be left with your completely healed brow.

The following must be avoided during first 10 days of healing:

   -Increased sweating
   -Practicing sports
   -Swimming
   -Hot sauna, hot bath, or Jacuzzi
   -Sun tanning or salon tanning
   -Any laser or chemical treatments or peelings, and/or any creams -containing RetinA or Glycolic Acid on the face or neck
   -Picking, peeling, or scratching of the micro pigmented area in order to avoid scarring of the area or removal of the pigment
   -Performing tasks related to heavy household cleaning such as -garage or basement cleaning where there is a lot of airborne debris
   -Smoking
   -Drinking alcohol in excess, as it may lead to slow healing of wounds
   -Driving in open air vehicles such as convertibles, boats, bicycles, or motorcycles