Are you finished with those eyebrows washing off once you get in the pool or sweat? Keep a consistent, gorgeous, full shape by getting a Microblading treatment! This semi-permanent feather stroke tattoo technique looks 3D unlike the old tattoos. Typically results last a minimum of a year and half.
At Laser Beauty Medical Spas, we start with a complimentary consultation where we understand what you are hoping to achieve, preferred shape and color and what bothers you currently about your eyebrows. We also cover details of the treatment, pre and post care instructions, and information on how to ensure you are able to enjoy your new eyebrows for as long as possible.
During the first treatment appointment, we allow for 1.5 hours to draw the perfect shape, choose the perfect color, apply a pharmaceutical grade numbing cream and apply a pattern of strokes. Strokes are laid in patterns made to mimic normal hair growth patterns and can be created to thicken the eyebrow, used just to fill in missing hair, extend the tail on an eyebrow or to pull the eyebrows in further. When applying the strokes, the medical aesthetician will use a pigment that is deposited under the skin to ensure a lasting result. After the first pass of strokes, a liquid numbing solution is applied to further numb the skin. The entire process is typically described as slightly uncomfortable during the first pass, then subsequent stroke passes are typically not even noticeable.
Patients have the option of purchasing both the 1.5 initial treatment, along with a follow up touchup treatment that last 1 hour and is completed within 4-6 weeks, or patients may opt to just purchase the initial 1.5 treatment and decided later (scheduling the follow up within 4-6 weeks) if they would like to add the discounted touchup treatment.
Immediately following the treatment, there may be some pink skin around the brow area, but it will typically dissipate quickly. Over the next four to five days patients will have slightly darker eyebrows than normal and the incisions will typically scab and flake off – the entire process is barely noticeable if at all – patients typically return to work the day after treatment.*