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Eyebrow Microblading

What is eyebrow mircoblading? Eyebrow microblading is a semi-permanent technique that allows patients to have a fuller, more natural looking eyebrow. Unlike tattooing, microblading does not deposit pigment into the deeper layers of the skin. The hair strokes have a more natural looking appearance. The results can last anywhere from 12-18 months. Cost: Includes a free 15-minute consult with Briana, choose shape and color, discuss goals/expectations, Pre-Post care. 1st Treatment: ***$100 non-refundable deposit to book 1st treatment*** $375—3 hours Includes-a before photo, brow mapping, pre-numbing (if you choose), microblading and after photo Touch-Up (8-week follow-up) $100—2 hours Includes before photo, microblading, after photo 3-12 Month Touch-Up $150—1 hour 30 minutes Includes before photo, microblading, after photo 12-18 Month Touch-Up $175—2 hours Includes before photo, microblading, after photo This treatment is available at our Las Vegas location only. Call 702-796-7546 to book your appointment or to learn more.

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