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What is Microblading
Microblading is a tattooing technique. A small handheld tool made of several tiny needles in the shape of a blade is used to add semi-permanent hair strokes to the skin to mimic a fuller eyebrow.
What can I expect during an appointment?
During the appointment we will start with a full consultation and assess your natural brow hair. I will then measure your face shape, bone structure, and eye area to create a shape consistent with the rest of your face. After that we will draw the shape and you will sit with numbing cream for 20-30 minutes. We will start the blading process (where additional numbing is used) and go over aftercare shortly after!
How long does it last?
  1. The treatment is considered semi-permanent and will fade over time. Touch-ups are recommended every 1-2 years maintain shape, color, and detail. How often depends on a number of factors including:
    Skin type (oily skin fade faster)
    Pigment color used (lighter colors fade faster)
    Sun exposure (over time can cause fading and discoloration of the pigment)
    Use of daily anti-aging products e.g.- (Tretinoin (Retin-A) & Alpha Hydroxy). These products increase your cell turnover rate and will shorten the life of your cosmetic tattoo
Does it hurt?

Everyone has a different pain tolerance and takes to anesthetic differently. A topical numbing cream is used to relieve any surface discomfort. During this time you may feel a scratching sensation. After the first pass an additional numbing liquid is used which is meant for open skin. This relieves nearly 100% of the discomfort. Anesthetic wears off in less than an hour after appointment.

What is the down time? Any side effects?
Good news! There isn’t really any downtime. There are a few different phases to microblading but you don’t leave my studio looking as if anything was done. There is very minimal redness or swelling. Soreness and a slight burning sensation is a common side effect immediately after the appointment. There is a dark period from days 2-5 and a light period from days 7-10. (Days are give or take numbers).

Combo Brows

What are combo brows and how do they differ from microblading?
The difference between microblading and combo brows is that there is a shading technique added to the microblading when you have combo brows done! (Combo brow = combination of microblading and microblading with shading). Shading adds depth and texture to a microbladed brow to achieve a certain look. Shading is 100% customizable. You can go as light or as heavy as you desire!

Lash extensions

Do I need to prep before my appointment?

1. If you wear waterproof mascara, discontinue use 3 days prior to your appointment.
2. Arrive with a freshly clean face and impeccably clean lashes.
3. Avoid oil based products on and around the eyes.
4. Arrive freshly showered and with clean hair. You won’t be able to wet the lashes for the initial 24 hours after application.
5. Remove your contacts, if you wear them. I recommend my clients wear glasses the day of service.
6. Facials first, lashes last.

Will lash extensions ruin my natural lashes?

They shouldn’t. Lashes are a dual effort. I need to do my part as an artist but you also must do your part as a client and follow the proper rules or you can have premature fallout and potential damage. Keeping your lashes clean and free of debris is crucial to healthy natural lashes and healthy lash extensions!

How long do they last? What is the upkeep?

Lashes require maintenance and require 1-3 week fills to keep them full.

Can I wear mascara?

Mascara is a huge no-no with lash extensions! If you must use a mascara it has to be oil free as well as all other eye products you use! Oil breaks down glue bonds quickly and will cause premature lash fall out. I can order oil free eyeliner and mascara for you!

What is the aftercare?

– Avoid getting them wet for up to 48 hours after application.
– Do not rub or touch your eyes
– Clean them with a eyelash foam cleanser everyday.
– Do not use oil based products on or around the eyes
– Do not sleep on your faCE
– Stay on top of your fills every 2-3 weeks

Lash Lift

What is a lash lift?
A lash lift is the process of perming your lashes to stand taller giving them a longer appearance. This service lasts 6-8 weeks on average and is usually paired with a tint to give a more complete look.
Can I wear mascara?
Yes, absolutely! After 24 hours, you are free to wear mascara. It usually enhances the length of the lashes even more!
What is the aftercare?
Immediately following a lash lift, for a minimum of 24 hours, please avoid heat, steam, sauna, water, oils, lotions, creams, shampoos, face washes, makeup remover (including wipes/pads) on the lashes.

Tattoo removal

What is the salt/saline tattoo removal method?
The method of tattoo removal is done by using a tattoo machine with a salt and saline solution and works on the theory of osmosis. The top layer of skin is opened allowing the solution to draw out the pigment causing a scab. That scab is working to naturally suck the pigment out little by little.
What can I expect during an appointment?
Most would compare the process of a standard tattoo application. However instead of depositing pigment we are depositing the removal solution. We use a topical numbing prior to beginning but also a numbing throughout the procedure as well. We do up to 4 passes on the tattoo’d area in hopes of drawing out as much pigment as possible. Some clients (not all) will bleed a lot and get very red, which is normal. Afterward we will go over aftercare and schedule your next removal.
How many sessions does it take?
The amount of sessions is determined by the removal process. It is really up to the pigment to decide how stubborn it wants to be. On average a person can expect anywhere from 2-8 removal services to reach a desired appearance.
What final results can the client expect?
Please know there is a chance that not everything will be removed however it will be significantly lighter if you stick with the recommended sessions eve4ry 6-8 weeks.
What is the aftercare?

KEEP AREA CLEAN and open to the air. Do not cover with a Band-Aid and do not touch the area unless you just washed your hands

CLEANSE 3X A DAY WITH SALINE. Dampen a paper towel with saline then press and blot to clean the area 3x daily

DO NOT SOAK the treated area in water. In and out of the shower avoiding getting the area wet. If it does get wet, gently pat dry

NO BATHING, SWIMMING, SAUNAS, HOT TUBS, TANNING OR EXERCISING DO NOT DISRUPT, scratch or pick the scab. The unwanted pigment will be drawn up into the scab so it’s important to keep the scab as long as possible. Do not pick and allow scab to fall off naturally

TREAT AREA WITH TLC. Do not do anything that could compromise or cause problems to the treated area

ONCE ALL SCABBING FALLS OFF apply one drop of Vitamin E Oil 3 to 4 times a day throughout the day for a minimum of 4 weeks. DO NOT start applying the Vitamin E Oil until all scabs have naturally fallen off

LIPS please drink through a straw until all scabs are off. Brush teeth with a natural toothpaste (no bleach, whitener or peroxide). Cut food into small bites…no biting into a sandwich. Keep mouth expressions to a minimum. Once all scabs fall off either vitamin E oil or an all-natural healing lip balm is appropriate. Chapstick or Blistex is not appropriate.