When you’ve tried every pencil, powder, pigment, gel, and stencil at Sephora and your brows are still sparse, Consider microblading—a more permanent solution to thin brows.
Welcome to Dr. K’s Med Spa, your destination for beautifully Microbladed eyebrows! Here at Dr. K’s Med Spa we love creating custom, natural looking brows to fit you.
Microblading is a form of tattoo artistry by using a manual technique instead of a machine. The artist deposits pigments of ink into the skin by making impressions with a sterile, handheld mircroblade tool.
The impressions mimic individual hairs and gives the appearance of fuller eyebrows. By using this skilled technique, we can achieve an eyebrow that is perfectly shaped, has more volume, and fill in any sparse areas you may have or reshape your natural eyebrow.
How long does microblading last?
This technique deposits pigment into the upper layer of the skin, the epidermis. Therefore it does not last as long as a traditional tattoo would as tattoos are deposited in a deeper layer of the skin. Depositing pigment into the epidermis allows the artist to create crisp, hair-like strokes. After your initial service and touch up, you can expect the results to last approximately 1-3 years. The variation in time is determined by the individual’s health, lifestyle, sun exposure and skin type. Because this is a semi-permanent procedure a yearly touchup is recommended to maintain the appearance.
How long does microblading take?
The initial microblading appointment lasts approximately two hours. This allows the artist ample time to create a beautifully, customized eyebrow. This includes the consultation, allotted time to apply the anesthetic and for the anesthetic to take effect, shaping and contouring of your eyebrows, the procedure, and review of the aftercare instructions.
Does it hurt?
A topical anesthetic is used before performing the procedure. During the procedure, a liquid anesthetic is utilized and placed over the open skin to minimize any discomfort. We at Dr. K’s, strive to make this experience as comfortable as possible. Individual experiences vary, however, as Dr. K would say, “it is aesthetically acceptable.”