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What Is Microblading Eyebrows? Microblading eyebrows is a permanent makeup technique similar to eyebrow tattooing, but far more advanced. It is done manually, with a microblading tool – a blade consisting of several tiny needles – which is used to make thin incisions on the skin that look like natural brow hairs. They imitate the length, color, thickness and shape of the actual hairs.

Special pigments in the color of the natural hairs are then deposited into the skin, and the result is an illusion of thicker arches with a modified shape that best suits your face.

The results are very realistic and virtually unidentifiable, which is why this treatment is sometimes called 3D microblading.





  • No Botox treatments should be done 3 weeks prior or 4 weeks after procedure

  • No chemical peels 60 days before or after procedure (brows will peel quicker due to chemicals traveling under the skin)

  • No Retinols/Retin-A or other anti-aging/acne creams, or serums containing acids as these will fade brows prematurely

  • Do not work out or sweat heavily the day of the procedure (or 2 weeks after)

  • Do not tan or have a sunburned face the day of the procedure

  • No waxing or tinting 3 days before procedure

  • Stop taking aspirin, niacin, vitamin E, fish oil, CoQ10 and ibuprofen 48 hours before procedure

  • No alcohol or caffeine 24 hrs before procedure

After Treatment Care

  • Following your treatment, you should gently cleanse the area with Bactine to clean off any excess lymph liquid excreting from the brows. This should be repeated every 4 hours followed by applying a thin layer of ointment. Continue this for 3 days.

  • With time (typically about 5 days later) a scab will begin to form and fall from your brows. You should allow this to come off naturally and avoid picking the skin away as it can affect the integrity and color retention of your brows.

  • Sunscreen will be your best friend. Not only will it protect your skin from dangerous UV rays, but it will also keep your brows from fading, so they maintain their original outcome.

  • Sweating and wetting the area in the first 7-10 days is not recommended. You want to give your skin time to heal and accept the new pigment that’s been added.

  • You should avoid scrubbing your eyebrow area too heavily including using harsh abrasives of exfoliants that can irritate or cause layers of the skin to be damaged where the pigment has been placed

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