Q: What is Microblading?

Microblading (aka microstroking) is a form of semi-permanent makeup. Unlike a regular tattoo, microblading is a form of tattoo artistry where pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. The results mimics natural hairs in your brows.

 

Q: Does it hurt?

​Topical numbing cream is used to help with any discomfort and pain; however, everyone’s pain tolerance is different.

 

Q: What can I expect after my procedure?

A little redness and swelling may be expected after the procedure typically no down time.

 

Q: What is the approximate healing process?

Week 1

  • Day 1-2: Color is 20-40% than what it will look like healed. Color is more solid, strokes are more crisp. Mild swelling, light bruising, redness, and discomfort will subside. Apply balm, don’t touch otherwise.

  • Day 3-7: Outer skin healing and exfoliation begins where top layers of skin shed causing excess pigment to flake away. Don’t pick at the peeling skin or scabbing. Skin starts to itch. Don’t scratch, tap lightly around the area to alleviate itching. Color may appear gray. Keep applying balm.

Week 2

  • Day 8-10: Flaking is in final stages. Apply balm until day 14. Color may look gray, light or spotty and in some cases, may temporarily disappear only to reappear later.

  • Day 11-14: Skin begins to take on normal characteristics again.

Week 3

  • Inner skin healing begins. Color starts to come back after disappearing or looking gray, light and patch. Color and strokes begin to soften.

Week 4-8

Inner skin healing reaches final stages. Color and strokes continue to soften.

*individual results may vary

Q: How long does it last?

Every client varies base on their skin type, lifestyle, and how well you take care of your eyebrows after the procedure.

at least 6 moths -up to 2 years with proper after care.

 

Q: What is your safety practice?

Jessicamarieartistry uses disposable blades and ensure that area of procedure is well kept clean.

Health Department certified 

 

Q: If I’m pregnant or nursing, can I get my eyebrows done?

We suggest waiting until after birth and after nursing.

Q:What is Henna brows?

It is a bush that grows in north of africa, the middle east and india. Crushed into powder it is used to decorate the skin.Henna needs to develop for hours and leaves a red stain. Different colors are available per brow color.

Q:How long does Henna brows last?

The henna stians up to 5 weeks on the hair and up to 2 weeks on the skin,depending on the clients skin type.

Products used are from supercilium brow henna