Microblading eyebrows is our specialty! We have been delivering quality microblading services in Dallas area that are second to none. Microblading services entail drawing each individual hair on the eyebrows. Schedule an appointment today for eyebrow microblading at our Plano location!
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What is Microblading?
It is a beautiful semi-permanent makeup. A process performed with a manual microblade to recreate fine hair-like strokes with high-quality safe pigments.
Depending on your skin type and daily regimen, the results can last up to 18 months.
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Why Should You Consider Microblading?
You Understand the Importance of Beauty
You understand the importance of beautiful brows. They shape your face, and great brows are the best-kept anti-aging secret.
You Value Your Time
By saving hours on touching up your eyebrows because of everyday life, you have more time to look fabulous!
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Microblading Healing Schedule
Please lead your normal life (Shower / Washing your face / etc), no problem.
Day 1-2: Color will turn darker and within 3 to 4 days will start scab peeling. 50% of the darkness will fade away after 7 days into a beautiful and natural color! No swelling, No bruising. Apply balm (Vaseline) for 7 days. For the first 7 days, please refrain from using Neosporin, no swimming and no alcohol wipes! After 7 days please do not apply anything else because air has to reach the skin to continue the healing process.
Day 3-7: Outer skin begins healing and exfoliation starts where top layers of skin shed, causing the excess pigment to flake away. Don’t pick at the peeling skin or scabbing. If your skin starts to itch, try not to scratch, only tap lightly around the area to alleviate any itching. The color may appear gray.
Inner skin healing begins. Color starts to come back after disappearing or looking gray, light, and patch. Color and strokes start to soften.
Inner skin healing reaches the final stages. Color and strokes continue to soften. This will be the time to schedule a touchup.