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  • How long does it last?
    It generally lasts from 12 to 24 months for most people, before needs a touch up. This can vary depending on skin type, lifestyle and how you take care of them.
  • How long is the procedure?
    The entire session takes a total of 1.5 - 2 hours.
  • Does it hurt?
    Most people report little to no pain and would compare it to a tweezing session. Topical anaesthetic can be applied during the procedure if needed.
  • When should I get a touch up?
    We offer a complementary touch up between 6-8 weeks of your appointment. After that we charge a fee. The maximum number or touch ups allowed is 3 times a year if needed.
  • Contradictions for Microblading
    Under 18 years old Pregnant or nursing - treatment can be done 6 months after baby was born unless nursing (2 month after stopped brestfeeding) If you have a skin disease such as shingles, psoriasis or eczema on the are of treatment Prone to kleoid scarring If you have HIV, Hepatitis, skin cancer, hemophilia, lupus If you are taking skin medications like accutane and steroids - accutane must be stopped for 6 months before procedure Stop using of RetinA, Retinols, anti aging creams or creams that contain glycolic or salicylic acid or brow growth serums this will make your skin thinner and more sensitive. Diabetes (increased risk of infection &slower to heal) consult your doctor Going through chemo therapy - consult your doctor If you are taking blood thinners - blood thinners must be stopped several days before procedure. Consult your doctor. Oily Skin - the procedure can be done but healed results will not be optimal and results will not last long Thyroid issues - if you are taking any kind of thyroid medication, the microblading can be done but the retention of the pigment may not be optimal. You may require an extra follow up appointment and more often follow up visits. Antibiotics - you must finish the medication and wait 2 weeks before getting your microblading treatments done.
  • How do you match the colour of the hair?
    Our pigments are of the highest quality and are pre-mixed to match every type of hair colour. We can mix in additional pigment colour to match each individual client. We take into concideration your natural skin colour, hair colour and eye colour. A soft, natural colour is always preferred.
  • Is it permanent?
    The treatment deposits color pigment into the uppmost layer of the skin and is concidered permanent because it cannot be washed off. Unlike traditional tattoos performed on the body, we do not use traditional tattoo ink. These pigments are mosre delicate and designed to work with skins undertones. Every persons skin is different regarding pigment retention. The pigment will fade but unlikely to disappier completely.
  • For who is it suitable?
    Almost everyone. Men and women who want to look great, for those who need corrections, for people with allergies to regular make up, for people who are active in sports.
  • Can I still apply regular make up?
    Yes, absolutely. Additional make up can be applied when needed.
  • Can I walk in to have permanent make up done?
    The treatment can not be done as a walk in session. There is alway a consultation beforehand. On the consultation we can discuss your needs and how we can achieve that, or advice given what is possible to achieve. Also we perform a skin test to make sure there is no reaction to the materials used during the treatment.
  • Is the end result immediately visible?
    No. On the first week the pigment is significantly darker than the final result. During the healing period the pigment becomes about 40% lighter. Due to the natural cell renewal, the end result of pigmentation will be visible after approximetly 4-6 weeks.
  • Is permanent make up safe?
    Yes. We work under strict rules of the Health Authorities. We use high quality products, sterile, disposable needles and blades for each treatment that we purchase from professional retailers.
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