Do you have naturally full or fluffy brows? Are they fuller in some areas but sparse in others? Microfeathering is probably your best bet! Different from typical your microblading, we use significantly less strokes, less pigment intensity and much finer blades. The goal is to blend the strokes in with your natural hair as precisely as possible, and following your hair growth pattern.

This procedure is a two step process, initial and touch up. The touch up is not included on the initial price.

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DAILY INSTRUCTIONS

DAY 1-3:
After the procedure, wipe the brows with sterile wipes, wipe every 15 minutes for one hour. This is only done on day one.

The goal is to get rid of the excess lymph to help speed up the healing process. Keep the brow area dry for three days.

DAY 4-10:
Gently wash brows with warm water and cleanser, every morning and night, then apply a rice sized dab of cream.

Do not put anything (make up, lotions, etc.) other than aftercare cream on the brows for 10 days, or until fully healed. You can wear make up as usual, just avoid the brow area.

Enjoy your shower, but keep it to a minimum. Once the scabs fall off, stop applying the cream.

Healing Tips:

  • Do not use a wash cloth or anything abrasive.
  • Do not take or scratch your tattoo.
  • Avoid hot tubs, steam rooms, pools, lakes, rivers and hot yoga doing healing process.
  • Avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds for two weeks.
  • Avoid brown make up, brow or lash tint and any other facial treatment for 10 days.
  • Avoid sweaty exercise for one week.

Keep Your Brows Looking Fantastic:

  • Wear daily sunscreen to prevent the sun from prematurely fading the pigment in the skin.
  • If a product lightens, brightens, or titans avoid using it on or around your brows indefinitely.
  • We recommend yearly touchups to maintain the full color and shape.
  • After applying your make up or foundation, take a damp Q-tip and clean off your brows, this allows the pigment to show through without looking muddled by make up.