Microblading/Powder Brows


Minimum $100.00 down payments required.  There is no refund available for reservations cancelled within 24 hours of the appointment date.

See What Clients Have to Say

I had microblading done by Jennifer. I am more than pleased with the results. She did a phenomenal job on my brows. Not only is she an expert at this procedure, but very professional and personable. She made me feel comfortable and confident in her work. I would highly recommend. Jennifer also followed up with me the following day which was very nice. Quality work from a quality place!
Rose Lewis
I had an amazing experience and even better results with Jennifer who microbladed my eyebrows. I can't stress enough how crazy my eyebrows were and how nervous I was to get them done but I couldn't be happier with the results! Perfect shape, thickness and color. Jennifer knows what she's doing and I 100% trusted her to completely revamp my eyebrows! Highly recommend!
Andrea Rios

Frequently Asked Questions

Eyebrow microblading is known by several names, including microstroking, micropigmentation, eyebrow embroidery, eyebrow feathering, and 3D eyebrows. Although the names differ, the procedure is the same. Microblading fills in sparse areas of your natural brow, which is done by using a very fine blade to deposit pigments into the dermal layer of the skin. The result is a natural, real life looking hair stroke.

Microblading is not permanent. The results from microblading have semi permanent qualities for two reasons. First, the pigment used for microblading has an iron oxide base rather than a carbon base that is used for permanent cosmetics. Second, microblading pigment is not implanted into the skin as deep when compared to permanent cosmetic procedures.
Microblading tends to fade gradually over time, so a touch up is recommended 12 months after the initial microblading which keeps the color of each microstroke looking vibrant. The healed results of microblading last between one and three years. The variation in time is determined by lifestyle, sun exposure and skin type. Someone with an oilier skin type tends to experience results that fade quicker compared to someone with a drier skin type.
The average microblading appointment lasts two hours. Nothing is ever rushed during your microblading appointment because the results are a semi permanent eyebrow tattoo that stays on your face for an extended period of time. We insist on being thorough and taking the time to provide the most beautiful, natural looking brows possible.

Keeping in mind that pain is subjective, most clients say they experience no discomfort during microblading. Any pain that was experienced has been compared to the feeling of a light scratch with minimal discomfort.

Jennifer uses a specialized technique to apply a topical anesthetic to provide a comfortable microblading experience. Some clients have even been able to take a nap while undergoing their eyebrow transformation.

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.

The color will appear darker through the first week or so. This is because the pigment takes around seven days to enter the deeper layers of the skin. After seven to ten days, exfoliation takes place. The top layer of the skin peels off, leaving a softer, lighter color below. The result leaves you with softer and more natural lines. As the treated area continues to heal, itching may occur. Itching is a good sign as it means the skin is healing. The complete healing process for microbladed eyebrows typically takes six weeks and then a touch up appointment follows. The touch up appointment is scheduled during the initial microblading appointment for six to ten weeks later.