Microblading only right now for $350
- Includes consultation initial service and first touch up.
Touch ups after are $85
Can contact me at 910-364-6865 9640 South Tryon Dr suite E
Charlotte NC 28273
WHAT IS MICROBLADING?
- Microblading is a form of Semi-Permanent Tattooing, which is implemented using a hand held tool. This tool is comprised of up to 18 micro needles in the shape of a blade. Hence the name, Microblade.
The process is carried out using the hand held tool to insert pigment into the upper layers of skin, the epidermis. As the color is impacted closer to the surface of the skin, the hair strokes appear crisp and very fine. There is no spilling under the skin. The effects last up to 12-18 months, after which the pigment fades, leaving the skin. This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of his/her eyebrows. The results are natural, hair like strokes, regardless of the amount of hair presented. Microbalding is a more gentle alternative to the standard permanent makeup, due to the fact it does not penetrate into the dermis layer of the skin.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
- There is minimal discomfort associated with Microblading. A topical anesthetic is used to numb the area, to make you comfortable during the procedure. The procedure takes roughly about two hours, sometimes more, sometimes less. Please allow a solid two and a half hour window for your appointment. We likely won't need that much time, but this isn't something we want to rush.
Microblading is a two-step treatment, consisting of an initial procedure with a touch up 6 weeks after. After we take your before photo, we shape your eyebrows and decide on the color. Shortly after that, a topical anesthetic will be administered to ensure comfort. Once you're numb, the pigment is deposited.
During healing, it is normal to experience some pigment loss; this is why we have the touch up in place. The process is considered to be complete 6 weeks after the first touch up. The results can last anywhere from 12-18 months, depending on different factors affecting the procedure. However, a touch up once a year is recommended to retain the shape and saturation of the pigment.