Frequently Asked Questions


Most frequent questions and answers

How does it work?

Microblading is similar to other types of permanent makeup New Jersey/New York residents may obtain, but it’s more detailed than the standard procedure and needs to be periodically maintained. Here’s the procedure: after carefully consulting with Jennifer regarding the exact shape and shade a client is interested in, the eyebrow area is numbed with a topical anesthetic. Jennifer then employs extremely tiny needles to inject individual dots of pigment into the skin. Appointments typically take no longer than the amount of time it would take to enjoy a leisurely lunch, and the effects can last as long as two years before requiring a touch-up.
At Arch & Crown Permanent Makeup, we understand how precious time is but also how important it is to always put your best face forward, especially here in Northern New Jersey. With microblading and permanent makeup in New Jersey/New York, we help you save time and worry in the morning so you can get out of the door faster while looking your best every day.

What is Microblading and how long does it last?

It isn’t permanent. Although microblading works in a similar way to a regular tattoo inking, it doesn’t go anywhere near as deep into the skin, meaning that the effects do fade away after some time. According to the professionals, microblading can last between 12 months and three years

What are the Basic Rules of Microblading Aftercare?

The aftercare is not complicated, but it does require some diligence to provide the best possible microblading results. During the first week after microblading, you will be instructed to wash your eyebrows 2-3 times a day with a gentle antibacterial soap. Activities involving sun exposure, water, and even exercise to prevent perspiration, need to be avoided. It is imperative to follow the aftercare instructions to get the best possible healed results.

Is Microblading eyebrows a good idea?

Yes, microblading is worth it. My eyebrows are perfect 100% of the time. They are actually better than I’ve ever drawn them on myself. … Most people cannot tell I have my eyebrows microbladed, so they do not look unnatural in any way

Does Microblading stop hair growth?

Microblading won’t stop your natural hair growth. While the boost in hair growth might require more grooming, it can help create a fuller look.