WHO IS INELIGIBLE FOR MICROSHADING?
Those prone to keloids or post-inflammatory hypopigmentation.
If you have a transmittable blood disease such as HIV or Hepatitis.
If you use Juvederm, Botox, or other fillers in that area you must wait 2 weeks before getting procedure.
Patients undergoing chemotherapy: I require a doctor’s note giving consent in order to perform service.
If you have any type of skin condition on or near eyebrows. This includes eczema, shingles, rashes, or anything else near the eyebrows.
Children: Microshading clients must be 18 and over.
Pregnant or nursing: During pregnancy your hormones and blood volume are 20% higher than normal. Pigments may not settle very well into the skin.
Q: IS MICROSHADING A TATTOO?
A: Unlike a regular tattoo, Microshading is a form of tattoo artistry where pigment is implanted under the skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine.
Q: DOES MICROSHADING HURT.
A: The pain level is considered mild to none, but everyone is different and we do use a numbing cream.
Q: DO YOU HAVE TO GET A TOUCH UP?
A: Yes, your first touchup is in 4-6 weeks and this is when brow shape is refined to ensure brows turn out perfect and retain color for a year.
Q; HOW LONG DOES MICROSHADING LAST?
A: 1-3 years depending on each persons skin type and color retention, Brows will fade over time.
Q: CAN I HAVE CAFFEINE BEFORE MY SERVICE?
A: No. Do not consume any type of caffeine including chocolate 24 hrs before before service. Drink lots of water.
Q; IS MICROSHADING WORTH IT IF I HAVE OILY SKIN?
A: YES! Out of all of the options for Permanent Makeup, Microshading is the number 1 choice for oily skin due to the way it is layered during applications and how it fades over time.