What We Offer

Microblading (Initial)

This is for an INITIAL microblading session as a new client that includes a minimum of
2 sessions, with the 2 nd session performed 5-12 weeks after the initial for perfection
touch up. A 3 rd touch up session may be included for various skin types and medical
conditions at the discretion of the Brow and Beauty Suite, which is for the client’s
skincare benefit. If required, the 3 rd touch up session must be performed before 9
months. After that time period, the price of an annual touch up session is required.

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Annual Microblading

This is for an annual touch up session as a current client and must be performed
within 14 months of the initial session. This session is typically performed in 1 hour or
less. After that time period, a new client session must be performed with brow
mapping and the current microblading cost as a new customer is required. This session
will take 2 to 2.5 hours.

Client Requested Touch Up

If a client wishes for an additional touch due to a big event such as a wedding, new
opportunity, etc. A touch up session can be performed. This can only be performed 12
weeks minimum after your perfection session.

*No more than 4 sessions a year for client safety will be performed. Keep in mind,
85% of people will not require 4 sessions in a year. This is for specific skin types and
medical conditions.

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New Beauty services are currently in the works and will be added soon, stay tuned!

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How long does the treatment take?

Microblading is done in two sessions. The first session is 2-3 hours. In the first session, the brow is shaped according to the Golden Ratio, also known as Divine Proportions of 1.618 and styled to the client’s preference, and pigment is then applied. 5 to 12 weeks later, the client returns for the second session for Perfection touch up. This takes approximately 1 hour or less.

How long does microblading take to heal?

The first 48-72 hours are the most critical and is easy even for the most hectic schedule. It takes about 7-10 days for complete healing. In that time any redness will fade and the initial darkness of the eyebrows will begin to lighten. The color will lighten over about thirty days as it completely sets in and your body absorbs the pigment into the Epidermis due to the body’s 21-day cell turnover for skin cells at minimal. Some clients may take longer to heal due to certain medical conditions and medications.

Why is it necessary to do a touch up?

Touch up is necessary because everyone heals differently and therefore healing outcomes vary depending on many factors including skin type, metabolic processes, medications, and the client’s thoroughness of after care. Sometimes it is necessary to adjust the color and brow thickness by adding more strokes. In the touch up session, the perfection adjustments are made to assure the client’s satisfaction.

Can the touch up be done in less than four weeks?

No. Skin cells regenerate in 21-30 days. Healing needs to be completed before final results are seen. Final adjustments should only be done after the initial work has stabilized.

Is Microblading painful?

The level of discomfort is relatively minor. Most people compare it to tweezing 2-3 hairs at the same time. The technique Samantha uses of a 3 point stretch dramatically decreases any pain and then a medical grade anesthetic of Lidocaine with Epinephrine and Belladonna is applied once the first strokes are completed to numb the area.

Minimal redness and slight swelling in the area is common after the procedure. Your eyebrows will feel slightly sunburned.

How long does Microblading last?

Generally Microblading lasts 9 to 18 months, depending on skin type such as normal, combination, and oily; along with age, young or mature. It is not permanent like a tattoo, because the pigments are not implanted deep into the skin. Skincare also affects the duration of the pigments. To maintain the brows, touch ups may be done every 6 to 18 months.

Are there any Pre-Care instructions?

  • You can find complete Pre-Care instructions here (link to Client Forms), but here is some information you may find helpful:
  • Prior to the start of your session, avoid alcohol, aspirin, ibuprofen, and any vitamins for seventy-two hours. This can thin your blood and increase bleeding during the procedure. Increased bleeding can interfere with the procedure and your results.
  • Avoid tanning to allow your natural skin tone to be assessed as well as reducing irritation to your skin.
  • Avoid Botox injections, chemical peels, and deep exfoliations 2 weeks prior to the procedure
  • Avoid using Retin-A for 1 month prior to the procedure to ensure the skin has regenerated and the Retin-A is gone.
  • Avoid Accutane for 1 year prior to the procedure. A specialized Dermatologist can only prescribe Accutane after registering with the Department of Health. Not just any provider can prescribe it and any patient on Accutane must follow up with results reported to the Health Department by law. Because of the nature of the laws regarding Accutane and the increased cell turnover, Accutane can not be used for 1 year prior to any microblading procedure.

Are there any Post-Procedure instructions?

  • You can find complete Post-Care instructions here (link to Client Forms), but here is some information you may find helpful:
  • Gently clean your brows using a cotton swab moistened with water and apply Skin Candy which was made exclusive for Phibrows.
  • Gently wipe away Skin Candy (healing balm) and any lymphatic liquid (clear yellowish buildup) that may have occurred on the skin.
  • Re-apply skin candy (healing balm) after lightly cleaning with a tissue.
  • Apply a light layer of skin candy morning and night to brows for five to seven days.
  • Do not over apply Skin Candy.
  • Do not immerse brows in water for two weeks.
  • Avoid direct water on your eyebrows during showering.
  • When washing your face, avoid your eyebrows.
  • Do not use makeup on the brows for up to two weeks.
  • Avoid alcohol, aspirin, ibuprofen, and vitamins that may cause your blood to thin for 72 hours after the procedure.
  • Do not peel or scratch at the light scabbing as your brow area heals.
  • No swimming, tanning or saunas for two weeks.
  • No face scrubs or chemical peels for two weeks.

Who should NOT have Microblading?

  • Pregnant or Nursing mothers
  • People with Lupus, Lyme Disease or Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Anyone using Accutane
  • Anyone with active skin diseases or inflammations on their forehead and around their eyebrows and eyes. Wait until the area has healed for microblading.
  • Anyone who had Botox in the last two weeks.
  • Anyone who has gotten a deep tan or chemical peel in the last two weeks.
  • Anyone who is allergic to lidocaine, tetracaine, or epinephrine.
  • Anyone with serious medical conditions should consult with their doctors and obtain their approval such as Diabetes, Autoimmune diseases, and Certain Cardiac conditions.

Anyone on blood thinning medications that can not come off of them for 7 days.

What are some of the risks and complications with Microblading?

Proper procedures and precautions are used to ensure a safe microblading procedure. Sterilized, disposable tools are used in a sanitized environment. When pre and post care instructions are followed, the risk of complications are minimal. Allergic reactions to pigments are very rare, but sometimes occur. For this reason, a pigment patch test can be performed if needed.

What if I don’t like the result?

Carefully choose your practitioner! Microblading is a long-term relationship. Just like everyone has a specific hairdresser or nail artist, choose someone you can trust and have a professional relationship with. Compare the work of various artists before choosing. Discuss your expectations and desired outcome, including the shape, style, and color you wish with the artist. Realize that faces are never perfectly symmetrical. Adjustments may be made during touch up, such as pigment coloration and color correction. Remember, Microbladed brows will eventually fade away if touch ups are not done yearly, so you want your microblading artist to be someone that can help you achieve perfect eyebrows year after year.

What is the cost of a yearly touch up?

A yearly touch up is half the cost of the initial procedure fee that is currently offered at the time of touch up.

What products do you use?

An in-depth description of the products and ingredients are listed in The Phibrows Experience tab.