Microblading

Joseph Fodero, MD PA -  - Plastic Surgery

Northeastern Plastic Surgery

Joseph Fodero, MD PA

Plastic Surgery located in Florham Park, NJ

If you’re looking for a semi-permanent solution for salon-perfect eyebrows or other permanent makeup options such as eyeliner and lip color, consider expert microblading services from their Aesthetician Traci, at Northeastern Plastic Surgery in Florham Park, New Jersey. Traci can enhance your appearance with customized microblading. Call Northeastern Plastic Surgery or make an appointment online today.

Microblading Q & A

What is microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo to create perfect eyebrows. Traci uses a special tool to implant pigment directly into your skin, similar to a tattoo. However, microblading uses less pigment, and it usually fades within three years.

Traci has an artistic touch and creates perfect, natural-looking microbladed eyebrows. She offers detailed consultations and works with you to identify the precise shape you want before beginning the process.

In addition to crafting your eyebrows, Traci also provides permanent makeup including eyeliner for your upper and lower eyelids and lip color.

 

What happens during microblading?

Traci asks you to make a few adjustments to your eyebrow grooming habits before you have microblading. For example, you should avoid tinting your eyebrows or tanning for at least three days before your appointment. You should also refrain from waxing or plucking your brows for two days before your microblading appointment. It’s also important to avoid caffeine and alcohol on the day  Traci does your eyebrows.

Traci begins your appointment by cleansing your skin and applying a topical numbing cream to your eyebrows. Then, She uses a special microblading tool and etches your new brows into your skin. Your initial microblading appointment could take a couple of hours. The process is similar for permanent eyeliner or lip color.

 

How should I take care of my skin after microblading?

Traci gives you aftercare instructions when your microblading procedure is complete. After your appointment, you must avoid getting the microblading site wet while your skin heals. If you get the area wet, your scabs may come off too early and take the pigment with them. You must refrain from tanning and applying makeup to the treated area while your skin heals.

Your brows, eyeliner, or lips may appear darker than initially anticipated while your skin heals. As you heal, the color will lighten for a more natural appearance. The pigment naturally fades over time, and you may need touch-up appointments to maintain your appearance.

If you’re interested in permanent makeup or microblading for your eyebrows, eyeliner, or lips, call Northeastern Plastic Surgery or schedule a consultation online today to learn more about these semi-permanent cosmetic treatments can enhance your appearance.  

 

 

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