FAQs

 

A MESSAGE TO OUR CLIENTS,

A great amount of our resources, including time and money, is invested into training that allows us to offer the quality of service that we do. Our microblading specialist believe in lifelong learning and are continuously training under some of the best microbladers and permanent makeup artist in the industry.

We ask you to refrain from drinking any caffeine within 3 hours of your appointment with us. We strongly recommend a touch up appointment within 3-6 weeks of your first microblading. This will allow us to provide you with the utmost quality of service we have to offer.

– Sarah (Founder/Owner, microbladefresno.com)

 

How long does it take?

You can expect your initial microblading appointment to last for about 2 hours. The actual process of microstroking will account for half of that time, while the other half will be focused on collaborating and agreeing upon expectations, design, and any additional modifications to the design.

Does it hurt?!

We use a sensitive skin safe topical numbing agent to ensure comfort with little to no pain. We apply this multiple times throughout the process to ensure minor discomfort.

How long does it take to see the results?

Results are immediate and fabulous!

What is the Microblading healing process like?

The rules are simple.

  • No touching
  • No Makeup
  • No aftercare creams

Wash hands thoroughly before touching treated area in order to avoid infection.

Is Microblading Permanent?

Our microblading services typically last for about 24 months following your initial treatment. This depends on health, skin type, and care after your procedure.

Are Regular Touch Ups Necessary?

A touch up (richer pigmentation/additional hair strokes) after 4-6 weeks is strongly recommended once your initial microblading is healed.

Does the color or pigment ever change?

Pigmentation is darkest after your initial service, and becomes lighter with time.

For which clients is Permanent Makeup NOT recommended?

Pregnant or nursing
Diabetic
Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
Viral infections and/or diseases
Epilepsy
Pacemaker or major heart problems
Organ transplant
Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
Sick (cold, flu, etc. )
Botox in the past two weeks
Accutane in the past year

For More on Microblading Safety: Microblading Aftercare and Safety Tips