It usually takes about 2 – 4 hours per session. The technician will shape and style brows to clients approval and choose the pigment color.

You’ll need to schedule a touch-up 4-6 weeks after your initial session to fill in any gaps or adjust the color. Touch ups usually take about 1 -1.5 hours

It takes 7 – 14 days for the brows to heal over and about one month for the color to fully set in.

Yes. During the first session, pigment might not have picked up in certain areas, therefore, color might have to be adjusted to make the brows look thicker and fuller.

Individuals with oily skin usually require a deeper shade during the touch up session, as oil lightens the pigment.

Touchups allow brows to last about 1 to 3 years with proper care and maintenance.



Pain level is considered mild to none, but prior to the procedure your technician will apply a topical anesthetic to numb the area for 20 minutes and will also be reapplied during the procedure.

Topical anesthetics used may contain lidocaine, prilocaine, benzocaine, tetracaine and epinephrine.

Once the numbing cream wears off, your brows will sore, however, this soreness typically wears off in a day or two.

Typically, microshading lasts 1-3 years before fading, although touch-ups or maintenance sessions are needed every 6-8 months.

  • Microshading has much milder side effects compared to other permanent browbeating techniques. But there could still be some risks or complications involved, these are as follows:
  • Slight redness and discomfort in the area around the eyebrows.
  • Itchy skin.
  • Bruises and sunburns.
  • Skin puffiness and swelling.
  • Scabbing around the eyebrow area.
  • Infection, if not carried out correctly.
  • Allergic reactions to the pigments or anesthetics used in the procedure.

If you have any medical conditions, it is important to talk with your Microshading Artist beforehand to make sure that microshading is safe for you.

If you’re unhappy with your microshading results, there’s no need to worry, revisions are possible! The first step is to wait at least 4-6 weeks to give your skin time to heal.

Once the initial healing process is complete, you can book an appointment with your Microshading Artist for a touch-up.

During the revision appointment, they will assess the area and make any necessary adjustments. In most cases, revisions are minor and only require a small amount of additional pigment.

However, if you’re unsatisfied with the shape or color of your brows, more significant changes may be possible.

Microshading is good for those with oily, thin, large-pored, sensitive, or mature skin. They may find that microshading provides better results than microblading.

This is because microshading creates a more superficial wound than microblading, which allows it to heal more quickly and with less irritation.

In addition, the small needles used in microshading create less trauma to the skin, making it a good choice for those with sensitive skin.

  • People who are under 18 years old.
  • Women who are pregnant or have a baby and are breastfeeding.
  • People with glaucoma.
  • People taking medication that thins their blood must stop taking it 4 weeks before the procedure (please tell your doctor).
  • Individuals with skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, or undiagnosed rashes/blisters on the site shouldn’t get microshading.
  • People with allergies to makeup or pigments shouldn’t get micro-pigmentation.
  • Those who are easily triggered by post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation should avoid this treatment.
  • Microshading isn’t ideal for those with low blood conditions, such as HIV or hepatitis that was contracted through needles. The same goes for hemophilia sufferers.
  • If you have a healing disorder, uncontrolled blood pressure, or mitral valve disorder, this may not be the treatment for you. The same goes if you are on any skin medication such as Accutane or steroids; these medications thin and over-sensitize the skin.
  • People with anemia or a history of keloids are at a higher risk for developing complications after surgery.

Microshading is available to ALL SKIN TYPES

Microshading can also last longer than microblading, typically lasting anywhere from 12 to 36 months.

In addition, this technique can be used to help correct eyebrow symmetry and can give you a more polished look.

Whether you’re looking for a semi-permanent solution to fill in sparse brows or you want to enhance your natural features, microshading may be right for you.

Our pricing is based on the degree of hair loss, which is different for each client. It typically ranges between $1,500 and $3,000.

Scar treatments are usually less expensive since they involve a smaller area, and you can expect to pay between $1,000 and $2,500 for scar camouflage.

We recommend getting a free consultation to evaluate your situation.


The treatment lasts for several years, but it may start to fade after 4 to 6 years. If you want to maintain the results, you’ll need to get a touch up every few years.

The length of time depends on how the treatment’s performed and how well you take care of your scalp in the years after the treatment.

If you’re considering scalp micropigmentation, it’s important to understand that it’s a long-term commitment.

But with proper care, you can enjoy the benefits of this treatment for many years to come.

It usually takes 2 – 4 hours per session, depending on your degree of hair loss.

It requires 2 – 4 sessions, scheduled 10 – 14 days apart to get the best results. The treatment usually lasts 4 – 6 years.

All quotes are for 3 visits.

There are a few risks associated with scalp micropigmentation, but they are generally mild and can be avoided by working with a licensed and experienced practitioner.

The most common risk is an allergic reaction to the cosmetic pigments that are used.

Another risk is an infection, which can occur if the needles used are not properly sterilized.

However, both of these risks can be easily avoided by taking the necessary precautions.


Yes. You must cut your hair to a short buzz length. When this is done, gray hair does not appear as gray, because the hair root is dark. Hair only shows gray as it gets longer.

We also use a gray-scale pigment that can be adjusted in shade to blend with lighter hair tones.

The main benefit of scalp micropigmentation is that it can help restore a youthful and confident appearance.

The procedure also offers several additional benefits, including:

  • A natural look – Unlike hair transplants or wigs, scalp micropigmentation looks just like real hair follicles.
    Non-invasive – The procedure is non-surgical and requires no incisions or stitches.
  • Fast recovery time – Because the procedure is minimally invasive, there’s no need to take time off for recovery.
  • Long-lasting results – Scalp micropigmentation can last anywhere from 4 to 6 years, depending on the particular product used.
  • Cost-effective – Compared to hair transplants or wigs, scalp micropigmentation is relatively inexpensive.