The purpose of this consultation is to educate the inquiring client on what microblading is, what to expect from the procedure and to ensure the client is a proper candidate for microblading — not everyone is a candidate. There is also a lot of misleading information on the internet about microblading. This consultation should clear up any questions or misinformation regarding the procedure.

    Important things to know:
    MICROBLADING IS A TATTOO. It utilizes a manual tool to deposit pigment into the skin to create the look of “hair-like” strokes in the brow area. Although it is referred to as “semi-permanent,” this does not mean that if you have the microblading done and decide you don’t want it anymore, that it will fade completely in 12-18 months as if it never happened. It is a tattoo, therefore pigment from the procedure might remain in the skin indefinitely. However, the
    pigment does lighten / fade gradually over time, which is why microblading requires annual “color boosts” to refresh the color and darken strokes that have faded.