Microblading procedure is NOT recommended for clients who are:

  • Pregnant or Breastfeeding
  • Diabetic or healing disorders
  • Has undergone chemotherapy (past chief essays or present – please consult with your medical doctor if you are one-year post chemotherapy and you would like to get Microblading done. Written Doctor’s clearance is required for performing Microblading)
  • Viral infections or diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Pacemaker or heart problems
  • Skin irritations or abnormalities near the site
  • Is sick (cold or flu)
  • Has had Botox within the last month (Botox treatment can be done 1 month prior to Microblading, and 1 month post Microblading
  • Used Accutane in the past 12 paper writing months (NO EXCEPTION)

Please Note

Consultation can be performed through phone or email prior to Microblading to ensure the client is a good candidate for Microblading treatment. Pure Touch Beauty strives to provide the best service to our clients and safety is always our first priority. While most of the Microblading providers skip the ‘patch test’, Pure Touch Beauty offers a free of charge ‘patch test’ for our clients who are good candidates for Microblading and would like to proceed with the procedures. The patch test can be performed 4 weeks prior to Microblading for clients who would like to screen for any reactions to the procedure as well as to help preview how a pigment color will heal and look with their skin tone.

Pre-Session Care

Preparing For Microblading

Excited about your microblading session? Take a look at our pre-session care checklist and make sure you've prepped yourself for the best Microblading experience.

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Post-Session Care

Microblading Post Care Instructions

Now that you've got your new brows, it's time to take care of them while they heal. Check out our Post-Session checklist and learn how you can ensure your new brows last longer and look better.

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Microblading Portfolio

Chu

August 29, 2018

Bernado

August 29, 2018

Brittany

August 27, 2018

Vivian F

August 27, 2018

Michelle Li

August 26, 2018