Before and After care

Is microblading safe for everyone?
This procedure is suitable for most people. However, if you have any of the following conditions, we will not be able to perform this procedure:

  • Pregnant and/or breastfeeding a child younger than 18 months

  • Are taking accutane or have taken accutane within the past 6 months

  • Have gotten botox/fillers in the forehead or brow area within the past 3 weeks

  • Are taking blood thinner medications (will not have great retention, might need 3rd session)

  • Undergoing chemotherapy (consult your doctor, we will need a note)

  • Skin irritations near the treated area, open skin near brows or sun damage

  • Diabetic (require doctor’s clearance)

  • Very sensitive skin, allergic to hair dye/tints/make up or skincare products

  • Trichotillomania or hair pulling disorder, as you will most likely pick your scabs

  • Prone to Keloids

  • Very oily skin (Microblading will fade fast. Powder Brows are recommended)

  • Eczema, Keratosis, Dermatitis, Rosacea or Psoriasis especially on your face or around brow area.

  • Tending to have prolonged bleeding after getting a minor cut (being a "bleeder")

  • If you have an iron-deficiency or anemia the pigment will fade faster so 3 session might be needed.

What do I need to do to prepare for my appointment?
There are a few things that we suggest to (not) do leading up to either your initial or touch up procedure:

  • Do not pick/tweeze/wax/perform electrolysis one week before procedure

  • Do not tan two weeks prior or have sunburned face

  • Do not have any type of facial 2 weeks prior to treatment

  • Discontinue products on your brows with Retinol/Glycolic Acid 2 weeks prior

  • Do not take Fish Oil or Vitamin E one week prior (natural blood thinner)

  • Do not tint your eyebrows 7 days before the procedure or exfoliate over your brows.

  • DO arrive with your brows penciled in for your appointment so we can see what you are used to.

In order to avoid excessive bleeding and poor colour deposit:

  • Do not drink alcohol 24 hours before your procedure

  • Do not consume caffeine 3 hours before of your procedure

  • Do not take an aspirin/ibuprofen/advil for pain relief (blood thinner)



  • Bring and wear your own mask to the appointment, this is mandatory

  • The mask should cover your mouth AND nose at all times.

  • Brand new reusable and washable cloth masks are for sale at the studio for $8 you can take home.

  • Do not arrive more than 5 mins early or 10 mins late for your appointment.

  • Wear your hair in a ponytail/bun and out of your face.

  • Sanitize your hands before entering the studio.

  • Put all loose objects (phone, keys, wallet, etc) in your purse and hang it on the coat rack. 

  • Do not bring any guests. This includes your husband or children.

  • No outside drinks allowed. You will be laying down the entire time.

  • If you have a cough, cold, fever or sore throat please stay home and reschedule.

The following must be avoided during all 10 days post-microblading procedures:

  • Increased sweating especially in face which will pull pigment

  • Washing your brows with an exfoliating/acne cleanser should be avoided.

  • Vaseline, oils, Polysporin, serums or anti-bacterial ointment on your brows.

  • Hot Yoga, practicing sports, heavy exercise

  • Getting Lash Extensions/Fills, Massages, or Spray Tans

  • Swimming, snowboarding, skiing, boating

  • Hot sauna, hot bath, or Jacuzzi

  • Sun tanning or salon tanning, having your brows in direct sunlight

  • UV/UVA Rays or chemicals as they have been known to cause a shift in color and premature fading

  • Any laser or chemical treatments or peelings, and/or any creams containing Retin-A or Glycolic acid

  • Picking, peeling, or scratching of the micro pigmented area in order to avoid scarring of the area or removal of the pigment.

  • Do not put makeup or brow pencil on the brow area for a minimum of 10 days.

  • Avoid alcohol and aspirin/ibuprofen and any vitamins that may thin your blood for 24 hours.

Reasons why your Microblading may not last long term: (avoid brow area)

  • You are using anti acne face/exfoliating wash over your brows the first 10 days

  • Products or creams that contains Hydrogen Peroxide, Hydroxy Acids, Glycolic Acid or Retin A/Retinol may cause a shift in colour and can turn the colour of your brows ashy over time or pull pigment during the first 10 days if used as a cleanser, moisturiser or serum over brows.

  • Your skincare are skin/cell renewal, skin regeneration or resurfacing creams or serums

  • You did not follow our after care the first 10 days and over use ointment

  • Certain medications or smoking regularly

  • You get regular facials, use skin peels, IPL lasers or exfoliate a lot

  • You suntan or exercise regularly (sweating in face)

  • You have very oily skin with large pores















We recommend Microblading Touch Ups between 12-18 months as we don't want to create scarring and overwork skin.

Pat your brows regularly with a kleenex the first 1+ hours following your appointment to remove any lymphatic fluid. Wash your face carefully around the eyebrow without getting water on the treated area the first 6 hours after your procedure. Wash your brows with a fragrance free, gentle cleanser (Cetaphil) every morning and night for the next 10 days. Put a very thin layer of ointment on your brows (given to you after your appointment) twice a day every morning and night after washing them until the scabs are gone for at least 10 days post procedure. If you have very oily skin and large pores, do NOT use any ointment or creams over your eyebrows. DO NOT PICK YOUR SCABS. Please do not put any make-up on your brows until the scabs are all gone. Remember we all have different skin types and we all heal differently. Following your appointment your brows might be a bit swollen. They will slightly shrink once healed and fade 30-50%.

Avoid using foundation over your brows as it dulls the colour. Follow Up appointments can not be done within 4 weeks after your First Session. It might look like your skin is healed after 10-14 days, but it lasts around 4 weeks for the body to repair broken blood vessels and replace tissue with healthy new ones.


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