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The Microblading Institute
To ensure you receive the best experience we encourage you to read over our service requirements and services policies around cancellation and rescheduling a service.
If any of these applies to you, you may not be eligible to receive microblading services at this time. Please contact us to discuss your options.
Pregnant or Breast Feeding
Skin irritations or diseases
Keloids or scarring
Cancer or current chemotherapy treatment
Major heart problems or heart conditions
Severe high blood pressure
Sick (cold, flu, etc)
An illness that compromises the immune system
Accutane within the past year
Scheduling and Cancellation Policy
Because agreeing to the microblading procedure is a very serious decision and also high in demand we'd like you to be aware of our cancellation policy below.
All scheduled appointments must first be secured with a $150 non-refundable deposit applied to the cost of your full service.
You may reschedule your appointment with a 48-hour advanced notice to the next available appointment date.
Appointments canceled within 48 hours of the scheduled service will need to be rescheduled and an additional appointment deposit will be required upon the time of scheduling your next service.
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Does It hurt?
How long does it last?
Microblading is a semi-permanent method of tattooing that ideally lasts up to 2 years in the skin depending on the skin type. This technique requires an eight-week touch up after the initial session to complete the brows. Additionally, clients must return annually for a color boosting session to touch up any color that may have faded. You should plan to come back in for a touch-up appointment about 8 weeks after your first session.
How long is one session?
You should expect to spend about 2.5 hours (3 hours for nano) at your first appointment. What will take the most time is mapping your brows, the actual application of the pigment itself is relatively quick. Touch ups and preliminary consultation appointments also require less time than the first visit.
How much downtime will be required after my procedure?
What if I have a previous tattoo?
What can I expect during my appointment?
How do I determine which service is best for me?
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