Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing technique used to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. It’s important to choose a qualified and experienced microblading doctor to ensure safety, proper technique, and satisfactory results. Additionally, proper aftercare and touch-up appointments are crucial for maintaining the desired look and longevity of the microbladed eyebrows.

Frequently Asked Questions

Microblading is a manual tattooing technique that involves using a small, handheld tool to implant pigment into the skin, creating natural-looking eyebrow hair strokes.

Microblading is generally suitable for most individuals, but a consultation with a licensed microblading Doctor is essential to determine eligibility and discuss expectations.

Microblading typically lasts 1 to 3 years, with the need for touch-ups to maintain the desired look.

Discomfort during microblading varies from person to person, but numbing cream is applied to minimize any pain or discomfort.

People with certain medical conditions or skin conditions, pregnant or breastfeeding individuals, or those prone to keloid scarring should consult a healthcare professional before getting microblading.

Follow aftercare instructions provided by our Doctor, avoid excessive sun exposure, and schedule touch-up appointments as needed.

You should avoid applying makeup to the treated area for at least a week after microblading to allow for proper healing.

Microbladed eyebrows will fade over time. To maintain the results, you may need touch-up appointments every 12-18 months.