Eyebrow Microblading

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Mircoblading Technique

Microblading is a technique where we create small cuts in the pattern of hairs with the desired color into the brows to create the illusion of fuller looking eyebrows. This technique is great for you if you already have eyebrow hairs but it is light and sparse. Your results will be very subtle and natural. This technique is not recommended for those who are missing more than 60% of brow density, oily skin, or those living an active lifestyle.

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The Process

Step 1


Read the Contraindications to make sure you are the right candidate.

Step 2

Before Booking

Now that you’re the right candidate. Select a technique. If you are unsure of which procedure might suit you best, we can make recommendations through the picture you provided. Or take the quiz!  If you have had  PMU done previously please do mention it in the text 781-808-1650.

Step 3

Response From Us

Once booked go to Before Care and make sure you follow the before care prior to coming in for your appointment. Also, please read the After Care instructions so that you can plan better for your after care. The results of the procedure will depend on how well you follow the before and after care.

Candidacy / Contraindications

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Before Care

Now that you’re the ideal client, following the before care is crucial. Because we need healthy, healed, and calm skin.Before Care is crucial for a safe and effective procedure.

Step 1

4 Weeks Before Procedure

Step 2

2 Weeks – 48 Hours Before Procedure

Step 3

24 Hours Before Procedure

Microblading Experience

Step 1


The consultation is important. Although you’ve read all of the contraindications before booking and followed the Before Care for you procedure, we will need to evaluate your skin type, allergies, and any medical conditions.We’ll talk about your lifestyle, makeup, and eyebrow routine. We’ll discuss what your biggest struggle and what you love about your brows now and lastly, what style you would like them to look like after.

Step 2

Map & Color

After we learn your preferences, we’ll map out, draw, and measure your new brows using your facial features and bone structure so that your new brows fits naturally with your entire face. You’ll be asked to do ridiculous facial expressions (angry face, surprised look, you’ll fake laugh and then laugh for real) to ensure your expressions will look natural.Eyebrow mapping is done by using various tools such as the Golden Ratio Method to measure 6 points on the brows. The rest of the hairs that is outside of the lining of your new brows will be removed by either threading, tweezing, or razor removal to lesson any pain to give you clean fresh looking brows.Topical numbing cream will be applied for 20 full minutes, unless of course, you request to skip the process of numbing.While we wait for the numbing cream to work, we will decide on the color together. Letting it dry and oxidize on your skin to ensure the best color.We don’t start until you are completely happy with the shape of your new brows.

Step 3


The practitioner will then remove numbing agent and carefully draw small hairlike strokes within the shape with a manual pen comprised of a row mm sized needles, which makes the form of a “blade” (it is not actually a blade).  With the new strokes, pigment is then deposited into the skin, under the epidermis of the skin. We call this the “first pass”.One eyebrow will be microbladed at a time and followed by a “second pass”. The practitioner will perfect and add any extra strokes that’s needed before your brows are revealed to you. During the first step of microblading, (second step is the touch up) it is important to be conservative the first time. We can always go darker and bolder at the touch up! If you have opted for “Combination Brows” this is where we add shading to create shadows and dimension to match your natural hair density. 

Step 4

The Reveal

Before the reveal, your newly microbladed brows will soak in pigment for about 8 minutes. After, Any excess pigment will be wiped away and your new eyebrows will be revealed! No more stressful morning application trying to achieve shape, density and symmetry. No more stress of accidentally wiping your brows away. Go on and jump in that body of water, enjoy your life because we may still have 99 problems but your brows ain’t one!

Step 5


This part is the beginning of caring for your new brows by following the After Care to ensure proper healing. After the healing process, you get to go out and SLAY with your newly enhance brow game. Sleep in a little longer. And when your partner asks you when you’ll be ready, you can give a more accurate time (we all know it takes more than 5 more minutes!) and strut with confidence knowing your brows will be appreciated by other brow queens.

Step 6


Microblading is a two-step (sometimes three-step) process. Before you leave our studio, we will book your second session. At this time, we will revaluate how you’ve healed and go darker or bolder and add more strokes where strokes have faded. Until then, enjoy waking up with eyebrows.

After Care

Microblading after care is very important to the appearance and longevity of your new brows.Always wash your hands with a disinfectant soap before touching the tattooed area!Remember, this is now a wound, taking great care to not introduce bacteria to the area.

Step 1

The Day Of The Treatment: First 12 Hours

Step 2

Days 1-10: Wash AM/PM With Gentle Foaming Cleanser

Step 3

Days 1-10: Moisturize

Step 4

Avoid For 14 Days:

Step 5

Avoid For 14 Days:

Step 6

What To Expect During Healing

Frequently Asked Questions

If you look at image below, you will see an example of what microblading looks like. They are individual tiny cuts into the skin that looks like hairstrokes. This art is very beautiful and super natural if you already evenly distributed hair throughout the brows. If you lack eyebrow hairs  in, say the arch or tail of the brow, adding just microblading strokes without any shading will not look natural. “Natural” looking eyebrows have shading and dimensions and the only way to mimic natural eyebrows is to add some shading with a rotary pen (a delicate machine made specifically for cosmetic tattooing).Shading is using a needle in a cartridge and a machine that inserts pigment with an in and out motion (consistent even poking) which creates less injury to the skin. We can make it look like small dots or pixelation, with a cluster of small dots, this creates shadows. The shadows helps in creating natural looking brows. We can add layers of shading to create various looks from soft shadows, to soft powder or a makeup look for the least maintenance possible. Our artists here at Brow Lady Microblading have the shading  technique in our own brows and we like to wear the least amount of makeup possible! So yes, shading can look natural!

We practice universal precautions. Our artists are required to get training annually to ensure our knowledge is up to date to keep the community safe. After each client, the treatment room and beds are disinfected with Cavicide killing TB, MRSA, HIV-1, HBV, HCV, basically viruses, bacteria, fungus, and bloodborne pathogens. Our artists work with nitrile gloves that are puncture resistant and FDA compliant. You won’t need to worry about latex allergies either since we don’t bother stocking our inventory with it!Microblading tools and needles are all one time use. Pigments are proudly vegan friendly, FDA approved and are made in the USA.

Pain is subjective and varies from person to person. This is a cosmetic tattoo procedure which means that, YES, some parts can be painful. However, numbing cream gets used throughout the entire procedure to keep you as comfortable as possible. Most people say that tweezing hurts more than the tattoo part. To limit your pain, please refrain from consuming caffeine the day of, avoid alcohol for 48 hours prior to your appointment time, and don’t use cannabis right before as this enhances your sensitivity to pain. Being on your menstrual cycle can also cause sensitivity.

Powder shading: Lasts 1-5 years, or indefinitely. Microblading: Lasts 6 months-3 years The longevity of your brows depend on the technique, skin type, skin care routine (exfoliating, enzyme facials, chemical peels, laser treatments, & products used), lifestyle (open water swimmer, marathon runner, exercise and perspiration vs. someone who is sedentary), how strictly you adhere to before and aftercare, medication, hormones, and sleep position.All brow technique will fade 10-70% depending on various factors mentioned above.  A touch up is recommended between1-1.5 years after the Perfecting Session (the touch up session after the initial procedure) to keep your brows lasting longer. Microblading isn’t a permanent solution due to the depth of pigment implantation, skin cell regeneration, and exposure to the elements (Rain and Sun!). Touch-ups are necessary to keep them looking fresh, colorful, and beautiful. 

Of course! First we will take measurements according to your bone structure and facial features. We will draw the shape, reshape, review, and reshape again until you are completely satisfied with your shape. Drawing and measuring your brows take the longest. Each brow design will be customized to achieve the most natural look.

It depends on the technique you choose/need.Microblading: 1.5 hours – 2 hoursPowder Only: 2.5-3 HoursCombination of Both: 2.5 hours- 3 HoursPerfecting Sessions & Touch Ups: 45 mins-1.5 hours First time appointment: The entire appointment consists of a consultation, taking before pictures, brow mapping (longest part of appointment), numbing, actual tattoo process, remapping to ensure symmetry, finishing touches, taking after pictures, explaining after care instructions, and scheduling a Perfecting Session. Touch Ups: Brow grooming, healed photos are taken, Numbing cream is applied depending on the technique, we remap your brows, make adjustments, begin the tattoo process, remap again, add finishing touches, take after pictures, and say our goodbyes until your next touch up. This is something you will schedule as needed. Tattooing is an art that cannot and will not be rushed. Please plan accordingly. Eat and hydrate before your appointment. Unlike lash appointments, we are patient with bathroom breaks!

For optimal results, a touch up is recommended. Brow tattooing is a two-step, sometimes three-step process. At least two appointments are needed initially. Touch ups are done from no earlier than 4 weeks and no later than 8 weeks. It’s important to have your touch up done no later than 8 weeks, a touch up fee will occur.   At the touch up, we assess the color retention and make adjustments as necessary. Everyone heals differently and at different rates. It is expected that microblading and shading does not heal perfectly the first time. We can always adjust color, add more density, and correct any irregularities in the brows during the touch up.To keep your brows looking great, we highly recommend coming back between 12- 18 months for a color boost.

Immediately after the procedure you might notice a white halo around the brow from the numbing cream.You may experience the following symptoms for about 4 days.– Minor swelling and redness -You may use an ice pack with a clean barrier between the skin and ice pack.– Mild tenderness– Itchiness in the eyebrow area- Witch Hazel helps!– Dry flaking skin These symptoms are a normal part of the healing process.Remember, your selected color will be much darker and bolder and more sharply defined for the first 4 days after the procedure, but as the healing process occurs the color will soften and lighten (Day 5-14).In the first few days, you’ll develop a scab. Some people scab in light flakes and some develop a thick scab. Your scabs should naturally flake off in about 14 days. Everybody is different, but whatever you do, do NOT pick at the scabs and make sure you read through and follow the AFTERCARE INSTRUCTIONS properly to obtain the best results.If the scabbing phase is not over by 14 days, please continue your Aftercare instructions until scabs are completely gone.After the scabbing phase is over, you will see that the color of your pigment appears foggy and muted in color because a layer of skin has grown over the pigment to seal it in. Not to worry, over the next several weeks your skin will regenerate and the pigment will be more vibrant in color. The complete healing process takes at least 4 weeks which is when the true orientation of the pigment will show.For most people, the first 3 days is an “adjustment to your new brows” period. Time off from work is not needed. However, some people may feel uncomfortable with the way the treated area looks depending on the person.

Your microbladed brows or powder ombre shading brows  will take approximately 10 days to heal. During that week, it is encouraged to let them naturally exfoliate off. This means keeping them out of water, sweat, steam, etc. Once the scabbing phase passes, the brows will appear lighter, and their true color should come out after 4 weeks. As long as you’re good at following aftercare instructions, there shouldn’t be a problem with going to work or being out in public.

Your new brows are now considered a wound. To prevent infection and proper healing, do not wear any makeup on your brows for 2 weeks. Makeup everywhere else is okay.

The healing process and Microblading aftercare is by far one of the most important phases on your eyebrow tattooing journey.For the first 24 hours, you must remove the lymph fluid that secretes from your brows. We’ll show you how to do this after your appointment.You must avoid sun exposure to avoid premature pigment fade.  Avoid the use of glycolic acid since this acid helps regenerate new skin, this will also cause your brows to fade prematurely.  Click below to read the complete list of microblading aftercare.Everything you need to know about After Care can be found here.

Yes, if the old tattoo is faded enough to not show through significantly over the new hair strokes. Please submit a picture of your bare brows to determine if your case can be taken to 781-808-1650.

Unfortunately, we do not touch up other artist’s work. You will be treated as a new client and the full price will be charged if we can accept your case.

Yes! Small training classes are offered and it is never too late to start! View Training here.

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