Microblading Brows ($400 – includes one touch up) – With Microblading, the thinnest individual hair strokes are created with pigment using hand held disposable sterile micro-needles, not a tattoo machine. The pigment is deposited beneath the surface of the skin, which makes the hair strokes appear very crisp and realistic. Microblading is considered a corrective brow enhancement. The goal of Microblading is to create a very natural looking brow. This technique may not eliminate the need for brow make-up, depending on your desired look. It is a two step process – the client will need to return for a touch up approximately four weeks after initial visit. These will then need touched up approximately once a year to keep them, as the pigment is near the surface of the skin and is carried away much faster than with tattooed brows.
Powder Fill Brows ($300) – Traditional tattooed brows. These brows have a more filled in look as opposed to the Microbladed brow which looks like individual hair strokes. These are done with a tattoo gun and the pigment is deposited much further into the skin. These may require touch ups but will last years.
Brow Tattoo Hair-strokes ($450) – Tattooed brows. These brows have the look of Microblading, but last like the traditional powder fill. These are done with a tattoo gun and the pigment is deposited much further into the skin. These may require touch ups but will last years.
Lip Liner ($350)
Full Lip ($650)
Lower Eye Liner ($225)
Upper Eye Liner ($250)
Lower & Upper Eye Liner ($450)
0-6 Month Touch Up ($50)
Yearly Microblading Touch Up ($100)
Yearly Tattoo Touch Up ($150)
What can I expect?
During the procedure: Our permanent cosmetics artist will discuss your desired look and address any concerns you may have. You will be in a clean environment, new sterile needles used only for your procedure, and all Ohio Health Code procedures followed. You will be numbed for the procedure. Your appointment will take one hour. After care will be discussed and a touch up will be booked if necessary.
There may be moderate swelling for approximately three days after your appointment. Apply a Ziploc bag filled with water and ice for no more than 15 minutes at a time to reduce swelling only if necessary.
No exercising for 24 hours. Wash your hands before touching area. Avoid direct contact with animals.
After 24 Hours you may gently wash the area with mild soap using a petting motion with gentle pressure. Do this several times per day.
Apply aloe aftercare product. We have great results with “less is more” approach to aftercare products.
Do not apply usual skin care products on the area for 5-10 days.
Touch ups may be done after initial appointment has had time to heal.
Do not scrub, scratch, or pick tattooed areas – scabbing while healing may occur. Picking at the area will cause you to lose color that may not be repairable.
No Neosporin, No Vaseline, No acne skin care, No anti-aging skin care.
Do not expose tattooed area to sun or tanning beds without using sun protection. Will cause premature fading.
Do not tweeze, wax, thread, or use any hair removal products around the area until 14 days after appointment. Do not ever remove hair within the tattooed area.
Be careful to avoid infection of area while healing – up to 14 days. Wash your hands, no submerging of area in water of any kind (shower, bath, pools, etc.)
Healing can be a very hard process for some. Everyone’s skin is different. Pigment heals about 30-50% lighter than the initial service. If you have very dark hair please know the pigment may heal lighter than your natural hair color. Generally, the results are excellent but it very much depends on your skin texture, oiliness, and aftercare. There are many factors that could affect your healing.
Your new Microbladed eyebrows will go through several phases during the healing cycle.
FIRST- The pigment will appear very sharp and dark immediately after the procedure. This is because the pigment is still sitting on top of your skin, and has not yet settled in completely. Your brow area may be slightly swollen and your brows may look/feel slightly larger. While some are ok with this, some have a very hard time – Just breathe, give it time and trust the process.
NEXT – The color of the pigment will soften gradually, for some, the pigment may seem to disappear. Again, just breathe and trust the process. Do not be alarmed if you see some pigment on the cotton swab, as this is excess pigment and/or lymph exiting the skin. Once the healing of the skin starts taking place, it will look like dandruff flakes or dry skin. This might give you the impression that the color pigment is fading too quickly, however, this is just superficial color and dry skin being naturally sloughed from your eyebrows. Your brows may develop some undesirable scabbing. DO NOT PICK! I cannot stress this enough, DO NOT PICK.
AFTERCARE – Although I will give you a thorough aftercare form with strict instructions for you to follow, I want to mention a few things here, so you are prepared. Your brows cannot get wet for the first week of healing (no water – sink, shower, pool, ocean- no sweat, steam, no moisture at all). You will be spending a lot more time washing your face for the first week. You’ll be washing your face with cotton wipes, pads, or washcloths, very carefully for the first 7 days. You are not to apply make-up to your brows until they are completely healed – at least 4 weeks. Once completely healed (at the 4 week mark), I recommend applying a layer of sunscreen (SPF 30 up to SPF 50) on your eyebrows when exposed to the sun. Sun exposure might cause the pigment to fade quickly.
*Plan accordingly, please allow at the very least a week if you have an event or special occasion coming up!