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Avoid Alcohol, Coffee and Caffeine 24 hours prior to your procedure.

Avoid Aspirin or Ibuprofen at least 1 week prior to your procedure.

Do not use Retin A/AHA/retinol near your eyebrow area at least 2 weeks prior to your procedure.

No Chemical Peels, Waxing or Botox and fillers at least 2 weeks prior to your procedure.

Before and After  Microbladed Brows at Skin So Sweet Spa !!

Microbladed Brows by Danielle Galvan

Want to know the Facts about Microblading?

HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR MICROBLADING APPOINTMENT

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Microblading?

  • Microblading is a semi permanent cosmetic procedure that defines shapes and fills in sparse brows.


What will Microblading do for me?

  • Save time! Wake up and go with a strong defined brow that does not need to be filled in with a powder or a pencil. Smudge proof and waterproof brows. No worries your brows will look great all the time. 



How long does Microblading last?

  • You can expect your microblading to lasts between 1-3 years depending on your skin type.  If you have a more oily skin type the pigment tends to purge more quickly then a combination or dry skin type. 



Does Microblading hurt?

  • No, A topical anesthetic is used during the blading process, you will feel little pain if any.



Is Microblading safe?

  • Yes, Microblading is safe and Skin So Sweet Spa uses an organic pigment.



Is Microblading a tattoo?

  • Yes, Microblading is a form of manual tattoo anytime pigment is applied into the skin it is considered a form of tattoo.



How is Microblading different from a traditional tattoo?

  • Microblading is not administered as deep as a traditional tattoo which is why it is considered semi permanent rather than permanent. Microblading is also applied manually which gives the more precise natural looking hair like strokes sometimes called embroidery.



Do technicians receive additional training before they can perform Microblading?

  • Yes, Technicians go through extensive training, classes in First Aid and Osha Approved Blood Bourne Pathogens is also required. Technicians must present all training hours and classes to the state to receive an official  license as well as the salon must obtain an official license approved by the state as a safe place to perform body art.