FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FAQS2018-12-31T18:13:01+00:00
Why should I book with you?2018-12-21T09:09:30+00:00

My knowledge. I have been trained by one of the world best, and most respected in this industry. I currently have over 200 hours of training, and make it a priority to do continuing education, to further my knowledge and give my clients the best! I specialize in the long hair stroke lines, and for my extensive color theory knowledge. There are many areas of study when learning microblading techniques, which include facial morphology and bone structure, brow shaping and design, color analysis, color theory, proper handling of equipment, and prevention of cross-contamination. I always tell my future clients, do their research of their artist they choose. And please do not go to the cheapest! This probably means they did not invest in the thousands it takes to have the correct training. This is an art. You should be attracted to your artists work!My knowledge. I have been trained by one of the world best, and most respected in this industry. I currently have over 200 hours of training, and make it a priority to do continuing education, to further my knowledge and give my clients the best! I specialize in the long hair stroke lines, and for my extensive color theory knowledge. There are many areas of study when learning microblading techniques, which include facial morphology and bone structure, brow shaping and design, color analysis, color theory, proper handling of equipment, and prevention of cross-contamination. I always tell my future clients, do their research of their artist they choose. And please do not go to the cheapest! This probably means they did not invest in the thousands it takes to have the correct training. This is an art. You should be attracted to your artists work!

What is the aftercare like?2018-12-21T09:08:34+00:00

Every procedure is different, but all are very doable, and don’t cause you to look like a clown! I have developed a certain aftercare meant specifically for our AZ climate, and have amazing results! Check my reviews, and my healed photos! Most of my healing time is around a 7-10 days of no water, creams, lotions, makeup on or around your tattooed area. Much easier than it sounds, promise! Most of my clients experience minimal to very little shedding and lightening in the first week. The way your body processes the ink is much different than a body tattoo, and will lighten first, and then get color back to them over the next few weeks. The least noticeable of this lightening phase, is the powder/ombre/combo technique.

Does it hurt?2018-12-21T09:08:18+00:00

Nope! Most people feel NOTHING! I use a topical anesthetic, consisting of Epinephrine, and Lidocaine that works like a charm. Less than 5% of clients do not numb well, but is still tolerable and worth it!!

Im not sure what technique is right for me.2018-12-21T09:07:56+00:00

That’s ok! I always begin that with a few questions. “How do you do your brows on a daily basis”, “What are your expectations for doing PMU”, and a few more help me best explain each technique, finding the one that will work best for your expectations! Together we can discuss what will work best for you!

Do you Teach?2018-12-21T09:07:33+00:00

I do! I love my job, and while meeting other techs, I have found an EXTREME lack of knowledge in this industry! People have been scammed into 2-3 day classes, not getting ALL the info necessary to perform PMU as a career. They are only taught the bare minimum to make some money, and that is not ok! PMU should be treated as a career, not as a side job. This is how I have learned so much and been able to dedicate myself to always learning more, and being able to provide my students with a curriculum like no other here in AZ. My students are a representation of my work and my business, so it is very important for me to make sure they understand everything from technique, down to the functions behind skin, ink, sanitation, and business.

I have an old tattoo Im looking to cover, will Microbalding work?2018-12-21T09:07:16+00:00

Absolutely NOT! Microblading is not meant to be used as  cover up, and will end up looking worse than before if this is executed. The ONLY case where you can, is if your old tattoo is so faded, it almost looks completely gone. We can usually achieve a very nice cover up with a powder brow, or maybe a combo brow, depending on how saturated your old tattoo is.

How often can you get Microblading touched up?2018-12-21T09:06:49+00:00

This is a VERY important question!! Most don’t know that you can only have maybe 2 or 3 sessions of Microblading done. Why you ask? Because all pigment over time will migrate a little bit, and over time, this will leave you with a more powdered look, which at that point, you can either let them keep fading, in hopes for a new set of Microbladed brows, or you can switch over to a powder brow. I suggest one 6-8 week touch up after the original procedure, and then not again until your brows have almost completely faded out. This way we are making room for new ink. This is very important to understand, and I often feel like there is a misconception of Microblading. Over time, it will not look good to continually add strokes, because they will begin to blur into a big blob. That’s only one reason why its important to choose your technician very wisely! You can also do extreme damage over time of doing to many microblade sessions.

I had my eyebrows Microbladed already, somewhere else, but looking for something more. Can you help with this?2018-12-21T09:06:19+00:00

Absolutely. We can schedule a consult for you so I can see what you already have, how saturated your skin is, and explain the best possible choices for your brows.

What is Microblading/Microstroking/3DBrows??2018-12-21T09:06:02+00:00

Microblading is performed with a grouping or configuration of needles affixed to a handle to manually create lines that resemble eyebrow hairs. Microblading is a form of art, with ink being placed into a layer in the skin. Often called “semi permanent”, there is no way for me to tell you how long it will last in someone’s skin, therefor is defined as permanent. Please pick an artist whose work speaks to you!! This procedure should be taken seriously, the average cost of a quality artist will be anywhere from $500- $1000.