Natural-looking hair strokes are created on the skin to imitate the look of real brow hairs. Microblading alone will not replicate the look of brow makeup, as you will see skin between each hair stroke. Microblading is not for oily, combo (oily on forehead), sensitive skin, or many deeper complexions. Microblading is also best suited for clients with evenly-distributed brow hair.


Ombre does not feature hair strokes. Instead, a soft background color is added to the brow that heals looking just like your favorite brow makeup. Ombre brows softly fade at the heads to avoid looking too harsh; they will never be squared off in the front. It is a better alternative to microblading for clients with sensitive, oily skin, and/or medium-deep complexions.


This is the best option for those with minimal/no brow hairs that want a shaded look with fuffy "hairs,” Combo brows can be done to look either more natural, or more made-up depending on your preferences; just let us know what you’re looking for! As microblading is involved in this method, this is not ideal for oily, sensitive clients, or many deeper complexions.

If you’ve already booked your service, you must fully review the “contraindications” page linked below. There is critical information you will need in order to prepare for your appointment. If you have not booked your appointment, it is highly suggested you review the page as scheduling fees are non-refundable.

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PMU/Microblading is considered cosmetic tattooing. 

PMU/Microblading typically lasts 1-3 years, depending on skin type and skincare routine.  The procedure is done by using a hand tool or small machine with ultra-fine needles and each 'hair' is gently etched into the skin, giving an incredibly natural and realistic look.



  • Avoid contact with water or any other liquids for 7 days after treatment (even a small drop which seems unimportant will expand a wound and scab will appear)

  • Disinfect the affected area with a small amount (one spray on a cotton pad for both brows) of witch hazel 2-3 times a day. If skin is oily make sure eyebrows are clean and dry. Disinfect more times if you feel sweaty or excess of sebum.

  • Apply provided ointment (or balm) 2-3 times a day to clean and disinfected eyebrows. 

  • To avoid additional dryness if your skin is dry, for your daily disinfection use saline solution 2 times a day and witch hazel 1 time per day, instead of alcohol or witch hazel 3 times a day.

  • In case of itching, bactine can be used, which contains lidocaine and benzalkonium chloride. It will also disinfect the area.

  • In case of extra dryness, but no earlier as 4th day after treatment, after disinfection routine, use 1 drop of grapeseed oil. Make sure your eyebrows are not greasy, but just moist.

  • After 7 days you can use gentle neutral soap or non-greasy cleanser to keep eyebrows clean. (i.e. Cetaphil, Cera-ve)


  • Do not use any other ointments, creams with vitamins or antibiotics on eyebrows.

  • No workouts for at least 5 days after treatment

  • No sauna, swimming, lakes or other risky areas for at least 2 weeks after treatment.

  • No sunbathing, solarium or tanning for 4 weeks.

  • No cosmetic on the affected area for 2 weeks.

  • Do not scratch, touch and sleep on your eyebrows


  • If eyebrows will be kept clean and dry only a thin film (not scab) will appear after 4-7 days. It will peel off itself (do not touch or scratch it). After the film peels off, dryness and flakiness can appear. In this case a small amount of grape seed oil can be used after disinfection. Pay attention on cleansing eyebrows during all healing period (28-45 days).

  • In case of water, sebum or sweat contact, the wound will expand and depending on wetness type a soft or hard scab will appear. Do not scratch the scab as this will cause a white spot to appear and will remove pigment.


** Please contact us with any questions during healing **