Our experienced technician Maricruz will help your eyebrows to appear thicker and fuller with this microblading technique.

The procedure is a semi-permanent make-up, applied through a manual process which inserts pigment into the upper layers of your skin through your eyebrows. With this method we can create fullness and a desired shape to the eyebrows. The result will look natural and an enhanced appearance to the brows.


Before and after pictures of microblading procedure.

Measurements are taken before the procedure to assure the shape of the eyebrows will be acceptable by the patient. After the patient is satisfied with the area to be microbladed the procedure will be performed. The technician will ensure patient is comfortable during the procedure and the area of the eyebrows is completed with satisfaction.


Treating a patient with microblading.

If you have any further questions or would like a consultation on this procedure please contact our staff at 832-446-3206.

Questions & Answers:

Is it permanent? No, a pigment is used instead of permanent ink, which will diminish over time and will last from one to three years. Touch ups will be required to maintain the appearance which will be advised by the technician, based on skin type and age. Since it is not a permanent treatment it will fade over time.

How is microblading performed? A small blade is used to insert the ink and tattoo the area of the eyebrows which needs fullness and will be shaped as desired. With this tool small hair like strokes will be drawn within the eyebrows to make them appear fuller and well shaped.

Does the procedure hurt? A numbing cream is applied to the area before the procedure to minimize discomfort.

How long does the procedure take? Usual time is between 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

What is the difference between microblading and tattooing of the eyebrows? Microblading uses a pigment and a tool with a small blade is used to apply the pigment to the (epidermal) outer layers  of the skin and may fade within 12 to 36 months. A tattoo uses ink and it is inserted deeper into the skin and is considered a permanent procedure.






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