Since 1995 I’ve been painting perfect eyebrows (now called eyebrow mapping) on faces, over 12,000 as a matter of fact. Fast forward to 2018 I’ve just been certified in Microblading and already logged 30 hours. I’ll be sketching about 10 sets a day, and practicing microblading strokes in addition to that over the next month while I finish doing what needs to be done in the studio to be able to do this service legally.

Which means, cleaning, remodeling, installing sinks and getting it all approved by the NYS Department of Health to become a Licensed, Certified and fully Insured Tattoo studio.



What is microblading? 

  1. Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure where incision strokes as thin as hair are created to shape an eyebrow in attempt to either enhance, completely reshape or create a natural looking appearance on the brows. Shading can also be done for those who wish to have a fuller, more dramatic eyebrow.

Who is a good candidate for Microblading? 

  • Clients lacking in eyebrow hair
  • Clients looking to avoid applying products everyday
  • Clients with busy lifestyles who wish to save time by not having to apply products everyday
  • Clients who have a history of tweezing, waxing threading or over plucking eyebrows
  • Clients with uneven eyebrows
  • Clients with medical conditions affecting hair growth
  • Clients with medical conditions that cause tremors
  • Clients with poor eyesight
  • Clients who just can’t…

Who is a good candidate for Microblading? 

  • Anyone with a contagious condition, you will not be permitted in the studio. This includes but is not limited to; colds, the flu, rashes, coughs, etc.
  • Anyone pregnant or nursing
  • Anyone who has cancer or is undergoing intense chemo or radiation
  • Anyone taking accutane, blood thinners or antibiotics
  • Anyone who has a history of keloid scarring
  • Anyone with a lot of allergies or sensitivities
  • Anyone who has prominently exposed capillaries in the skin

How long does Microblading take? 

You can expect to spend 2-2.5 hours in the studio. You can save a little time by submitting your paperwork prior to your appointment.

How long does Microblading last?

This is a very complicated yet frequently asked question. The answer is, it depends on so many variables….

  • Age of client
  • Skin type
  • Capillaries close to the skin
  • How much oil production
  • How much time you spend in the sun or tanning beds
  • How well you follow the before care instructions
  • Aftercare, this is crucial!

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