HAIR RESTORATION MICROBLADING
Hair Restoration Microbalding is a treatment performed on the scalp to conceal hair thinning and shedding. The treatment involves a handheld tool that essentially tattoos your scalp to create the illusion of thicker hair. Unlike scalp micropigmentation, where a digital machine is used, microblading is done completely by hand. A small blade deposits ink across your scalp to mimic the appearance of more hair. Microblading needles are about three times smaller than regular tattoo needles; this allows our microblading artist to draw very fine, hair-like strokes for natural-looking results.
Initial Treatment Starting at $350*
6 Week Touch-up $0
1 year touch-up $200*
2 year touch-up $300*
*Pricing varies per treated area
Hair Restoration Microblading FAQ:
What is the difference between scalp microblading and scalp micropigmentation?
Unlike scalp micropigmentation, where a digital machine is used, microblading is done completely by hand. Microblading needles are about three times smaller than regular tattoo needles; this allows our microblading artist to draw very fine, hair-like strokes for natural-looking results. Scalp micropigmentation is an ideal treatment for balding, scalp microblading is ideal for those with thinning hair and areas of hair loss which still have some hair strands present.
Will it hurt?
Hair Restoration Microblading involves a fine needle to make the hair-like strands to thciken the appearance of areas of hair loss/ thinning. You will feel a little discomfort similar to getting a simple and small tattoo and pain tolerance will vary person to person. A numbing agent will be used for comfort.
Are there any restrictions on who can get microbladed?
Yes, we will not be able to perform the treatment on you for the following reasons:
- You are pregnant or nursing
- You used actutane in the last year
- You have a skin disease (Ex. Psoriasis, excema)
- You received botox in the in the last month
- You are a diabetic
- You have a viral infection (Ex. Shingles)
- You are on a blood thinner (Ex. Aspirin, plavix, coumadin)
- You are prone to keloids
- You have a skin disease
- You had a chemical peel in the last 30 days
- You have a blood bourne infection (HIV, hepatitis)
- You have liver cirrhosis
Are there any restrictions after my microblading treatment?
Yes, after treatment you cannot:
- Get the microbladed scalp area wet for 7 days post treatment
- Perform vigorous exercise/ participate in sports causing increased sweating for 5 days
- Use shampoo on the treated area for 10 days
What happens after my microblading treatment?
After treatment, within the next few days you will notice the treatment fading, mild scabbing and maybe flakiness in the area. Just like a regular tattoo, it is normal, expected, and apart of the healing process. Please do not pick at the area, we suggest you allow your body to naturally heal in the area so your brows can look their most possible best!
How will you match my hair color?
Our talented microblading artist will consult with you at the time of your appointment and the color will chosen based on your hair color and skin tone. Multiple color trials will be used just in front of your hairline to determine the perfect color match for the most realistic natural look.
Are the results permanent?
The technique of Microblading uses semi-permanent make up and will fade over time naturally. You may feel the need for a touch up every 1-2 years, which varies per individual.
How long will it take?
Depending on the size of the area treated, the treatment can take anywhere from 1-3 hours.
Can I have more than one hair loss/ thinning area microbladed at once?
Will the treatment harm my existing hair?
No, microblading will not effect your existing hair in any way. Please remember scalp microbalding will not prevent progressive hair loss or encourage new hair growth.
I have a bald spot with no hair, will microblading hide this?
No. To generate natural results, the tattoo must be concealed by surrounding hairs. For patients with advanced male pattern baldness or alopecia area, microblading may not be a practical option.