I cannot treat you if:
• You are under 18
• You have diabetes
• You are pregnant or breastfeeding
• You have glaucoma or taking blood thinning medicines (e.g., aspirin, warfarin)
• You have skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, keloid
• You have transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis
• You have a hemophilia
• You have healing disorders or uncontrolled high blood pressure
• You are on any skin medication such as Accutane or steroids
• You have active skin cancer
• You are undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
• You have epilepsy
• You have a pacemaker or major heart problems
• You had Botox in the past one month

All the conditions discussed above are not a full list of what could cause complications with microblading. These are the most common conditions that I would avoid for the safety of my clients. If you have a medical condition that is not listed here, but you are questioning it, ASK YOUR DOCTOR before getting microblading done. I always want to make sure that my clients are safe and have the best healed results as possible so please do your due diligence as well for your safety and peace of mind. Microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow treatment that is carried out using a specialized manual hand tool which holds disposable micro blades, and implants color onto the skin. We have developed a process that is totally individual and personalized to you. I want you to have the best brows you’ve always dreamed of and that are perfect for your face. Every microblading eyebrow treatment I create for my clients are personalized. There is no one size fits all where brows are concerned.


During your custom consultation we will establish what you hope to achieve from your eyebrow treatment. We will also get an idea of your makeup routine and lifestyle.

Do you draw your eyebrows on everyday or just on special occasions?
Do you like very defined brows or do you prefer something more subtle?

A lot of our clients have overplucked eyebrows and now want a fuller eyebrow. I can create subtle to defined and anything
in between.

Once I determine the perfect, customized shape for you, I then draw it on using an eyebrow pencil, so you get an idea of the shape and the best color of the enhancement before I start. My goal is to create beautiful eyebrows that improve brow symmetry that match to your face and look very
natural. I like to work with their natural bone structure, natural thickness of their hair, not just try to create symmetrical brows but brows that looks natural and move with their face. A lot of people ask “Does it hurt?” The answer is: no, I would say more uncomfortable.Some clients describe the feeling as scratchy and others like slight pressure, some even fall asleep! A topical numbing cream is applied to the area prior to the treatment taking place to minimize any discomfort!Whatever the feeling, you leave the clinic with the most amazing eyebrows, so it’s all worth it in the end!
With the anesthetic applied, I begin microblading! This takes around 45 minutes.Each individual hair stroke is drawn onto to skin by hand, matching the direction of your natural hair. The strokes are drawn to mimic actual hairs creating a 3D effect and ultra-realist looking semi-permanent makeup enhancement which I am sure you will love! The whole process takes about 1 and half hrs. to 2 hrs. Each client takes an aftercare kit home with them in order to fully equip them with all the tools they will need to take care of their eyebrows in the days following the procedure. Included in this kit are full instructions in case anything I have explained throughout the procedure is forgotten. My clients are then encouraged to come back after a few weeks to have an additional touch up.

After the initial microblading treatment and microblading healing period, you must have a touch up session. The first touch up is obligatory in most cases. In order to understand the importance of the first touch up, think of the treatment as a 2-step process. One can’t go without the other and the treatment is incomplete without the touch up session. The skin after a microblading treatment takes some time to heal. During that period, your eyebrows will go through several phases. First, they will be too dark, then they will start scabbing, and finally they will lose some of the color and you might think your microblading was unsuccessful. The color comes back at the end of the healing period, but sometimes it can be uneven and patchy, as some of the pigment could come off with the scabs. Everybody’s skin heals differently, and some clients might notice gaps and irregularities after the brows are healed. The first touch up includes adding additional strokes where the pigment didn’t settle properly.
Sometimes, deeper shading is also required. The touch up is there to correct all the irregularities and redefine your eyebrows. Its purpose is to fix what got messed up during the healing period. It’s also an opportunity to make some modifications, in case you feel the shape of the arches isn’t quite right yet.

Microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow procedure where pigment is implanted under the skin using a manual hand tool instead of a traditional tattoo machine. It uses a fine blade to create natural hair strokes that resembles real hair. Microshading is also performed using a manual hand tool but it uses a tiny round needle instead of a slope needle. This technique is similar to microblading but it creates a fuller and softer powdered effect that resembles eyebrow pencil or powder. It also has the effect of ombré eyebrows when mixed with microblading.

Each procedure is done under strict sanitation and sterilization rules. A well-trained, certified technician administers each procedure using disposable needles and parts. Before starting each procedure, the technician will open a new needle package to each client.

Highly effective topical anesthetic cream is used to numb the area to be treated. This helps to alleviate any minor discomfort you may experience during the procedure. Comfort levels varies according to individual pain threshold and response to anesthetics. Some people describe what they feel as ‘irritation’, ‘vibration’, or ‘a slight burning sensation’.

The pigments used on all our procedures are hypoallergenic and reactions to these products are extremely rare. However, after care instructions should be strictly followed to prevent any bacterial infection.