Whether you have overplucked your eyebrows, have uneven eyebrows, naturally sparse hair, or suffer from alopecia, microblading could be the situation to your eyebrow woes. Give your face the eyebrows that compliment it most. Enhance and reshape your eyebrows with the natural brush-like strokes of microblading in our St. Albert clinic.
These strokes use pigment to create semi-permanent eyebrows. This allows you to commit less time to your daily routine while saving you time in the morning drawing your eyebrows.
You can trust your microblading treatment when it’s done in a medical environment like ours. All microblading procedures are performed by our full-time, highly-trained esthetician to ensure you have a safe and professional environment. From the comfort of our medical office, enjoy receiving the soft, natural, and effortless semi-permanent hair-like strokes of your improved eyebrows in as little as two visits.
Want to speed up your morning routine with microblading but still aren’t sure about the treatment? Read our frequently asked questions (FAQ) section below to learn more.
Does it hurt?
We do our best to make our patients as comfortable as possible. We recommend pre-numbing the eyebrow area with an over-the-counter numbing cream (available at any pharmacy) 1-2 hours prior to your appointment.
How long will it last?
After the first treatment, the eyebrows may fade up to 70%. After a second treatment, the eyebrows can last up to 1-3 years. Age, lifestyle, and skin type play a major role in the lifetime of treatment so for BEST results, yearly touch-ups are recommended. This treatment is semi-permanent and is not as deep as a traditional tattoo.
Is it the same as a regular tattoo?
No, tattoos are done using ink, and they are placed in the deeper layers of the skin. Microblading is a manual method using pigments, and it is not as deep in the skin. Microblading offers a subtle enhancement to the eyebrows and is semi-permanent.
What if I’m pregnant or nursing?
We do not perform microblading as a precaution if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
How many treatments will I need?
On average, we recommend an initial appointment and then a second appointment 4-6 weeks later. Every patient’s skin does differ, so some people may have better retention than others.
Is there anything I should avoid before my appointment?
We require you to not be on any blood thinners (e.g. alcohol, aspirin, anti-inflammatories, vitamin E, to name a few) leading up to treatment. You may bleed more, and your pigment may not stay in your skin very well. If you have any medical conditions or require a blood thinner for a medical condition, you must have a note from your doctor that clears you for treatment.
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