Microblading is a minimally invasive technique that uses a pen made of super-fine needles to deposit pigment into the skin to create more defined eyebrows. The tip of the pen is so fine that it can create small hair strokes that look like natural eyebrow hairs.
Before & After
Our microblading experts will first match up the correct ink color to match your skin tone. Then, they will draw an outline of your new brow shape around your brows to help guide them during treatment. Numbing cream is applied and removed, and then the treatment can begin. Using the special microblading pen and selected ink, your microblading artist will create small, hair-like strokes on your eyebrows to help create a natural-looking, improved look. The microblading pen only reaches the superficial layers of the skin, making this a semi-permanent solution.
- Non-existent brows
- Light colored brows
- Fill in sparse brows
- 1-2 Hours
Anyone who has thinning or over-plucked eyebrows who wish to achieve a more defined eyebrow appearance can benefit from microblading. Because this treatment is semi-permanent, those who are tired of constantly drawing in their eyebrows may also benefit from this treatment.
To help make your experience as comfortable as possible, we apply numbing cream to the treatment area before we get started. While the microblading treatment is not painful, some people may feel some slight discomfort.
“Everyone created a very warm and welcoming atmosphere. The doctor and staff were professional and informative. The result was a truly pleasurable doctor visit. Very unusual these days!” — Sharon F.
- Microblading $400
- Microblading Touch-Up $125
- Brow Shaping $25
- Brow Clean up $15
- Brow and Lash Tint $15
Following your microblading treatment, it is important to keep the eyebrow area dry. Do not let any water, lotion, soap, or makeup touch your eyebrows for the first seven days after treatment. It is also important to avoid practicing sports or intensive exercise, swimming, sun tanning, drinking excessive amounts of alcohol, or touching the eyebrow area during the healing period.
Itching and flaking may appear during the first seven days of recovery, however, following your provider’s care instructions can help to reduce recovery symptoms.
Most individuals require a touch-up treatment after 6 weeks. After that, microblading can last anywhere from 12 months to three years, depending on your lifestyle. Those who spend more time in the sun and exfoliate often may experience briefer results.
Are you interested in learning more about microblading? Call us in Lake Worth at (561) 641-9490 to schedule your treatment.