Microblading: a Semi-Permanent Solution to Eyebrow Issues

At Lady Grace Beauty Spa, we understand how frustrating getting ready in the mornings can be for a woman who isn't happy with her eyebrows. Spending time in front of the mirror filling in brows that aren't quite as full as one would like means more time added to each morning's schedule.

Eyebrows can be difficult to thicken naturally, and because of that, women exhaust themselves trying to find other ways to achieve the full eyebrow look.


Microblading is a trendy technique that can take your eyebrows from "hmm" to "wow."

It is a cosmetic tattooing procedure, but it is semi-permanent, and does not require a traditional tattoo needle. Unlike traditional tattooing, microblading is done with a series of tiny needles arranged in several lines to create a blade.

The Eyebrow Microblading Procedure Explained

Before the blade is even assembled, the session starts with our microblading technician will examine your face, working toward the perfect eyebrow shape for you, to get you as close to your desired eyebrow look as possible. The technician may want to see pictures that you like. We want you to be happy with the results, so this consultation focuses on getting clear on wants and expectations, and what the reality may be.

Once there's consensus on the desired look, the technician will set up the work station with one-time use items, like a sterilized blade.

The technician will clean the skin, your desired eyebrow shape will be drawn on. Before they start with the blade, a technician may apply anesthetic, but that depends on the technician.

As the process begins, the technician creates microscopic cuts in the skin of the brow and around its edges; each tiny stroke looks like a natural hair.

The next step is application of pigment that will settle into the tiny cuts. The ink is implanted in the second layer of the skin, and you'll leave the chair with the eyebrows you've always wanted.

Results may last up to three years, but a touch up is usually suggested as early as two months after the initial application.

Because everyone's skin is different, touchups- may be required outside that schedule.