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Microblading

Our owner, and master esthetician of over 30 years, Chiharu, is excited to bring you her love & passion of brows. Now with the help of microblading you can easily wake up and go with amazing brows.
Thank you for your interest for Microblading at IBC!

Our owner, and master esthetician of over 30 years, Chiharu, is excited to bring you her love & passion of brows. Now with the help of microblading you can easily wake up and go with amazing brows.

Trained with Baltic Brows
Trained with 3Dbrows academy
Blood Borne Pathogen Certified
Permanent Cosmetic Lincensed
What is microblading?

Microblading is in high demand, as the results are so natural no one will know you’ve had it done. Microblading is a form of eyebrow tattoo, sometimes called Eyebrow Embroidery, 3D Hairstrokes, 3D Eyebrows, Microstroking, etc., that lasts 1-3 years. It uses color pigment drawn onto the skin giving you natural looking eyebrows. Microblading uses natural feathering of fine hair strokes, creating a beautifully designed brow. It imitates your hair growth into fine lines thus redesigning your shape and filling any gaps.

The color can also be adjusted according to the original eyebrow hair color, which results in a realistic look and feel. Microblading creates the background and fills in the parts of the eyebrows that looked empty so that a full and complete look is accomplished. The “3D” effect gives it an added realism to the end result. If you are forever drawing on your eyebrows, you want to save time in the morning, or you want to look great 24 hours a day, then microblading is your answer!

Pricing (Cash)

Microblading

(2 sessions) $500 or ¥55,000

Touch ups are scheduled within 6-8 weeks of initial procedure, even if you do not believe you need an additional session we strongly suggest to all clients make follow up appointment to come in and let us see treated area. At your touch up appointment, we to fill in any areas that may have been discolored during healing process. Final results cannot be determined until follow up retouch is completed. Pigment retention depends on skin type, age, aftercare, sun exposure and other factors. Touch ups are recommended every 18 months to prevent natural fading as the top layer of your skin naturally regenerates. Pigment will last about 1-3 years.

No shows or last minute cancellations are subject to a charge, and can be refused future services.

Before Your Appointment

Before Your Appointment

• Do not apply eye makeup before your appointment
• Do not consume alcoholic/caffeinated beverages on day of procedure
• Do not take any non-vital medications that may thin blood 24 hours before procedure including certain vitamins and supplements

• Please let us know if you are using the following: Accutane, anticoagulants, long term use of Ibuprofen, Aspirin, some herbs that would reduce clotting time resulting in increased bleeding and bruising Retin-A, and/ or topical steroids which can make the skin more fragile.

IBC Microblading Aftercare

Apply A&D ointment, VERY VERY THIN LAYER so the skin can breathe.

After the first day, use A&D ointment 4-5 times in a day for 10 days until scabs starts to fall off or some peeling skin .

Wash hands before and after application and use a clean cotton pad each time to avoid infection. If a crust appears on the pigmented surface DO NOT FORCE THE REMOVAL BY PICKING, SCRATCHING OR WASHING!!! PIGMENT MAY BE REMOVED ALONG WITH THE CRUST!!!

Use a gentle face cleanser and avoid the treatment areas.

If the area does get wet, pat dry very gently with a clean towel or tissue.

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For 1 Week Avoid:

 

· Soaps, facial cleansers, and water on pigmented areas
· Washing pigmented area
· Chlorine pools
· Retin-A on pigmented areas
· Makeup on pigmented area for

(7-14 days)depends on how brows healing
· Hot, steamy, long showers
· Sun on pigmented areas
· Jacuzzi or saunas
· Terry towels on pigmented areas
· Shower with your back to the water to avoid water, shampoo and conditioner from getting into the pigmented areas. Have a sufficient amount of A & D ointment on the pigmented area during showers.

FAQs

How is Microblading done?
Microblading is performed with a grouping or configuration of needles affixed to a handle to manually create lines that resemble eyebrow hairs.
Is it painful?
This depends on individuals. We apply topical lidocaine based anesthetics after the first application to minimize your discomfort. Most of our clients say the procedure is very tolerable.

Why doesn’t microblading last as long as other eyebrow tattooing techniques?
This is simply because a much smaller amount of pigment is inserted into the skin as compared to fully or solidly filled eyebrow tattoos.

Is it temporary?
Some are promoting microblading or eyebrow embroidery as a semi-permanent process; and that the color only reaches the epidermal (outer) layer of the skin. A careful review of basic skin anatomy and physiology would reveal this is not true. By definition and tattoo industry standards, color is tattooed/implanted into the dermis of the skin. If pigment particles do not reach the dermis, they will disappear during the healing phase of the skin, during normal regeneration of cells at the epidermal level. Pigments do fade in the skin over time, but that does not make the process semi-permanent. It is impossible to predict how much pigment will fade away and how long it will take to do so with any measure of consistency or reliability.
Is it safe?
We follow proper sterilization and disinfection and make sure guidelines are met, microblading is completely safe. As professionals in the permanent cosmetic industry, we are required to take Blood Borne Pathogens course once a year as part of the state licensing requirement.
Why do I have to come in twice?
Most permanent makeup procedures are a two-session step for the best results. The first reason is color saturation: A second coat of paint on anything makes that color appear more even and vibrant, and the same concept applies to permanent makeup. Second, the color you see results from the pigments used plus your skin undertone. If your healed color leans toward an undesired tone (for example: too red or too grey), it can be adjusted at the second visit. Third, the color can be darkened and the shape refined with another application. A second application can correct any light areas that retained less color. Your followup procedure should be scheduled 4 to 8 weeks after your first session when the area is fully healed.
Is microblading good for me?
We offer free consultations if you’re not sure about this procedure. Getting your eyebrows microbladed is a big decision. We can answer any questions you may have about this peocedure. Those who have previous tattooed eyebrows are particularly encounraged to come in for a consultation, as some of the cases are not suitable for this procedure.

Contraindications

The following medical conditions require special considerations before proceeding with your appointment. Clients with any of these conditions should contact their physician to determine if it will be safe to perform microblading.

• Diabetes. Healing could be compromised, and higher risk of infections.

• Bleeding Disorder. Blood disorders that affect clotting such as hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, platelet disorders.

• Mitral Valve Prolpase, artificial heart valves, artificial joints. Any condition that require prophylactic antibiotics before dental or other procedures will need to take them before your procedure.

• Pregnancy. Procedure should be postponed. Skin tones are a little bit different during pregnancy,

• Keloid or hypertrophic scarring. Persons with tendencies for this type of scarring have that risk with tattooing also.

•Heart conditions, uncontrolled high blood pressure, poor general health

• Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system. Healing would make you not a good canidate for this procedure.

• Epilepsy. Treatment can be performed only if the client’s epilepsy is controlled with medications.

• HIV. Due to the risk of cross infection and weaken immune system, clients can not have this procedure.

• Hepatitis. Due to dangers of cross infection, clients are not a good candidate for this.

• Cancer in the past 6 months. Recent chemo treatments will present a weekend immune system and therefore a higher risk of infection

• Chemical or Laser Peel. Cannot not have either of those done within 6 weeks before and after appointment due to sensitivity.

• Visible Skin Conditions in brow area. Eczema, Psoriasis, and other chronic skin conditions.

• Breastfeeding. Due to associated risks of infections that may affect the baby’s health