Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo designed to enhance + define the eyebrows. By etching pigment into the upper layer of the skin with a hand held microblade, each stroke is precisely placed to mimic the look of brow hairs, resulting in realistic, natural looking brows. It is a detailed, multi-step process, so you shouldn’t expect to see full results after one treatment. The epidermis will normalize over the next 4-6 weeks + softened pigment should appear more clearly on surface of the skin. Your brows will be fully healed at 6-8 weeks post treatment, and a touchup is required in order to achieve your desired brows. Once the desired shape is achieved, annual touchups are suggested in order to keep the color fresh + the shape defined.

+ New Client: $300


  • Time: 2 - 2.5 Hours
  • Complimentary consultation
  • Requires touch-up ($100) within 6-8 weeks of initial appointment.

  • Please inquire for more information.

+ Touch Ups | $100+

Touchups are single maintenance sessions to boost color + define shape as a follow up appointment.

  • 1-3 months: $100
  • 4-11 months: $175
  • 12-18 months: $200

Time: 1 - 1.5 hours

**Existing clients only

What to expect:

Microblading typically takes two appointments to complete. At the first appointment, eyebrow shape is drawn on so the artist and client can agree on the look. Once the shape is established, the artist then applies a numbing agent and microblades the eyebrows. There is some mild scabbing and aftercare required, but microblading should be completely healed within 30 days.

The second appointment is a touch up at least 30 days after the first session. This allows enough time for the ink in the epidermis to naturally slough off, and the color to settle into your skin. In the touch up appointment, the artist can see how your skin has received the ink and make any necessary corrections.

Sometimes a client’s skin undertones may have unexpected effects on the ink’s color, and the artist may need to add color to adjust. These kind of corrections are normal with any microblading artist and an essential part of the process, as everyone’s skin is different and receives ink differently.