1. How do I find a good Microblading Technician? First, make sure the business is licensed by the state.  Secondly, find someone knowledgeable enough to help you find what brows look best on you. 

  2. My microblading from before is horrible.  Can you help? Yes, if the job is not salvageable with more microblading, I offer other services to camouflage the previous work.

  3. What is scar camouflage?  Essentially, it is "permanently" recoloring the scar to look like the rest of the skin.

  4. What is needling? In the aesthetic community it is known as microneedling which is a non-surgical approach to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  It is also used to improve the look of scars, acne scars, stretch marks, burns and more by promoting the production of collagen and elastin.

  5. Is scar camouflage or areola restoration permanent? The short answer is "no".  Fade time is dependent on age, skin type, medications, color chosen and sun exposure.

  6. How often does micropigmentation have to be touched up?  The answer has many variables, but in general, touch up is recommended between 6-18 months for most procedures.

  7. What is scalp micropigmentation? It is the replication of hair follicles on the scalp which gives the appearance of greater hair density.  

  8. How does plasma fibroblast work?  With the carbonization of columns of skin, the remaining skin must take up the job of the missing columns.  This stretches the skin making it smoother.

  9. Is there a treatment for Vitiligo?  Medical micropigmentation can semi-permanently recolor the hypo-pigmented skin to match the rest of the skin.  It can be used on the face, lips or anywhere else on the body.

  10. How does needling help burns? A burn scar is made up of dense and fibrous tissue that can be significantly improved with needling.  Softening and flattening are the primary goals of needling, but the natural melanin production may help recolor the skin.