If possible, do not take aspirin or other blood thinners 5-7 days before the procedure to prevent bleeding. Non-aspirin pain relievers may be taken up to one hour prior to the procedure. 

*Important Note: Do NOT discontinue any medications that are prescribed by a physician or which are necessary for your health! 

If you are pregnant, you must have a signed release from your doctor (most doctors will approve of this treatment since microblading only deals with the superficial skin layers.) 

Avoid alcohol 24 hours prior to the procedure to prevent bleeding.

If you have a condition that requires you to take antibiotics before a dental visit, you must check with your doctor to determine if antibiotics are needed for permanent cosmetics.

Hair removal may be done prior to your procedure (e.g., tweezing, waxing, etc.). Permanent hair removal should not be done five days before or after the procedure.

Botox should be given 3 weeks prior or 3 weeks after this procedure.

Skin treatments such as Retin-A that thin the skin in the procedure area must be discontinued for at least 30 days prior to the procedure. Accutane users must be off Accutane for at least one year.  Check with your dermatologist about specific medications.

Procedures cannot be performed over fresh sunburns, including those caused by tanning beds. You must wait until the burn heals.





Apply a thin layer of ointment to 2x a day to prevent excessive dryness, and use a clean cotton swab for each dip into the ointment, no double dipping! Apply after care product sparingly for one week following the procedure (or until scabs have completely healed) this will allow the tissue to heal more quickly. The after care product is used to prevent infection and minimize crusting.

STAY OUT OF THE SUN. If you must be outside, wear a hat and sunglasses. After the procedure heals, use sunscreen to prevent future fading of pigment color.

Avoid contact with water (e.g., shower, pools, etc) in the procedure area until the procedure heals - Avoid exercise that causes sweating until the procedure area heals.

Do not rub the procedure area while it is healing, the pigment may be removed along with crusting tissue.

Avoid makeup, lash/brow tints, and other facial treatments until the procedure heals (5-7 days). Very gentle facial washes and treatments are acceptable after 24 hours as long as the procedure area is avoided.

Avoid any clothing that may irritate the procedure area.

Color intensity is high immediately after the procedure. Over next 2-3 weeks, the color may lighten up by 50%.Your permanent cosmetics will begin to turn darker immediately and for the next 3-4 days. After this, the color will settle back to the original color you chose. 

It is normal for some people to have pigment scab or flake off. It is also normal if it does not. Fading or loss of pigment may occur during the healing. There should be pigment under the skin where the pigment has flaked off. If there is no pigment underneath, you may need a touchup.

Pigment may come off on your pillow while you sleep, and may stain linens. Use a clean cover that you won’t mind staining if this happens.

Symptoms of infection or adverse reaction are very rare. They include: excessive redness, swelling, tenderness of procedure site, elevated body temperature, rash, or purulent drainage from the procedure site. If you experience symptoms of infection or adverse reaction, seek medical attention immediately. Please note that some redness, swelling, and tenderness is normal.

Touch-ups should be scheduled about 4-6 weeks post-procedure. All permanent cosmetic procedures are a two-step process. Results are not determined until a touch-up application is completed • Please avoid on your new microbladed eyebrows all anti-aging and or acne products that actively stimulate, lighten or brighten the skin.

Eyebrow Microblading





The Microblading is a new beauty treatment that enables you to have perfect eyebrows through the semi-permanent makeup technique completed hair by hair, allowing you to modify the shape and color of the eyebrow. It is recommended for people who for some reason want to increase the density of their eyebrows in the most natural way possible.

For example, people who due to health problems, stress or hormonal problems have had loss of hair in the eyebrows, or simply have depopulated eyebrows and would like to have a reconstruction of them.

This technique provides the opportunity to flaunt perfect and natural eyebrows, resulting in an increase in the beauty of the face.

In the case of people who have little volume on the eyebrows, the microblading makes the filling of the  whole eyebrow, thus increasing the volume of the same.

Microblading:  hair by hair…

This hair by hair technique provides a much more natural look to your eyebrows, since it draws each hair providing a very natural appearance.

The pigments have to be natural and color must be adapted to each customer to give more realism to the work. For example: a blonde person must use a light brown pigment or a person with medium brown hair must use medium brown pigment and so on. The basis for choosing the pigmentation is always hair, eyes and skin.

This technique is very precise, and professionals should be able to do it, to prevent damage to the skin and eyebrows.

What is the difference between the traditional micropigmentation and microblading?

The main difference between the two types of micropigmentation is basically the following:


with the traditional micropigmentation a less natural appearance is achieved, leaving the pigments more rough and thick.

With the Microblading technique, It is done with more precision and the hairs are more real and natural. It is more superficial than the micro as the pigments remain in the epidermis. The Tebori (instrument with which the technique is performed) is not connected to electricity, this way, the work depends solely on the hand of the professional. On the other hand, in addition to a better result, the microblading is more economical than the micropigmentation. The effect achieved is that of a cleaner and deeper look, thus increasing the beauty of the woman’s face.


It is a relatively simple and fast technique, the time spent in carrying out the treatment is about one hour.. However, it is an advanced beauty service, with fast execution. So the time for carrying out the work is less than that in the micro.

This technique usually lasts for approximately a year to a year and half, depending on several factors, both the professional himself (experience, technique, materials, etc.) as well as the client’s habits and the type of skin he has.

For example, if the customer has a habit of wearing a hat or cap and facial sun cream daily, this pigmentation can last longer, due to their good habits.



The price of the microblading in the eyebrows can range between $180 and $600 depending on the Center. The main factors to establish the price of microblading service are: location of the center, the level of training and experience of the professional, quality of materials and products used, and number of reviews included.

The end results of the microblading are very realistic and natural eyebrows. Unlike the micro, the treatment is done hair by hair, implanting the pigment in the epidermis (the most superficial layer of the skin), making it in such a way that the hair is appreciated and leaving a feeling of naturalness and depth, unlike micropigmentation. The treatment can be done on both men and women, achieving an increase in the density of eyebrows in the most unpopulated areas, and being able to show more uniform and attractive eyebrows, thus enhancing the beauty of the face.

The main advantages of the application of this technique are the following:

  • Increased density of depopulated eyebrows due to multiple factors (skin lesions, hair removal, diseases, effects of chemotherapy, etc.)
  • Achieve natural and realistic eyebrows, adapting the shape of the same to the characteristics of each person’s face, achieving this, through the technique of the visagism, some eyebrows of picture cinema.
  • Natural color of eyebrows. The tone will depend on the color of the skin, eyes and hair, of each person.
  • Forget the daily eyebrows make-up, and can give off a nice eyebrow for a long period of time.
  • The duration of this technique is usually approximately one year, however, it can vary depending on the performance of the professional, the quality of the products, the skin type, the health of the client and the aftercare (use of Sunglasses, sun protection creams, etc.)

Contraindications of microblading

Microblading is not recommended for people who have diabetes, who take anticoagulant drugs, allergy, with a history of keloid and pregnant women.

I’ve already done the micropigmentation in the eyebrows through another technique.

Can I make the microblading?

You can, if the tempt former is already faded and you will get more natural eyebrows.

If you are interested in trying out the art of microblading in your eyebrows, our advice is that you look for a professional with experience in a good centre that provides full guarantees for you to get 100% satisfaction.

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