frequently asked questions
Who is the Microblading Artist?
Meredith Little Sky is the Eyebrow Microblading Artist at BROWMA. She was trained by a beauty academy based in Orange County, California.
What is Microblading?
Microblading is a specialized technique of eyebrow tattooing that creates realistic looking hair strokes, resulting in natural looking eyebrows. Microblading will completely fade over the course of a few years. Microblading is sometimes referred to as feather brows, 3-D Brows, and eyebrow embroidery.
Is Microblading permanent?
What is the difference between Microblading and a Tattoo?
Microblading varys from a traditional tattoo in that it is a semi-permanent procedure that uses pigments engineered to fade away completely after 1-3 years. Tattoos are permanent but will still discolor as they age. This means that adjustments to the brow shape and hair density are achieved much easier with Microblading than with tattooing.
Does Microblading hurt?
Microblading is designed to be a gentle procedure, however you may still feel some discomfort. During the course of the procedure, our Brow Artist will apply 2 different topical numbing creams that immediately go to work reducing pain and minimizing redness and swelling.
What's expected after Microblading?
Mild swelling, itching, light scabbing, light bruising and dry skin is expected shortly following the procedure. Applying Buddha Butter (as instructed in our aftercare instructions) helps moisturize the skin, lessening scabbing and tightness.
How is the eyebrow shape and color determined?
The shape of the eyebrow is determined by the position of the browbone, eyes, nose and any existing eyebrow hair. The pigments are chosen to complement the skin tone and enhance the existing hair color.
How much will my Microblading procedure cost?
Please reference our Pricing page for a detailed list of services and pricing. If you have any questions regarding our microblading packages, please schedule a free consultation with our Brow Artist to discuss your needs.
How long do Microblading results last?
Am I a good candidate for Microblading?
— are Diabetic.
— have Skin Diseases around the eyebrow area.
— have recently received Botox Treatment. You are eligible for microblading after 1 month.
— are currently prescribed Accutane, Isoltretinoin, or other Retinoids. You are eligible for microblading after 6 months from your last dosage.
— have a Pacemaker. Please note that you are still eligible for our manual method, but any machine use is not allowed.
— have an active Sunburn or are Frostbitten. You are eligible for microblading after all symptoms have dissipated and your skin has fully healed.
— are prone to very Dry or Peeling Skin, Excessive Sebum or excessively Oily Skin
— have Epilepsy.
— have Problem Skin or Broken Capillaries around the eybrow area.
— have Acne or Moles around the eyebrow area.
— have had a Permanent Makeup treatment recently or with certain tones that aren’t correctable.
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