When it comes to microblading, the first thing most people want to know is “How much is it going to cost me?” The answer to that question is that it really depends on where you are in the U.S.A. The average cost nationally is around $300 – $800 per session.
But, if you want to get more specific, say the microblading cost in Charleston, for example, you would need to contact the microblading artist to find out what they will charge you. Whether looking for the top nail salons or medicals spas, the more experienced the person who is performing the technique, the more they are likely to charge. Our microblading artists are well experienced and their work can be seen here.
So, while the national average is around $400 – $800, you could be charged as much as $1,000, depending on where you are located and the experience of the microblading artist. It is, therefore, best to contact Charleston Microblading Lash, Brow & Botox Bar to get a quote.
Is It Worth the Price?
This is something that you will need to decide for yourself – the procedure is semi-permanent, meaning that it will last between twelve and twenty-four months before you will need to have it redone. A thing to consider is how much does your eyebrow makeup currently cost? Another thing to consider is, how much time will it save you?
The technique can be used to help fill in sparse eyebrows and add extra volume or reshape the brows. It will save you time and hassle in the morning – it can be very trying to get the shape and look of the brows right with an eyebrow pencil.
There is the added advantage of knowing it is not going to shift at all during the day. This is something that is extremely important if you are very active or live in a warmer climate.
How Effective is the Treatment?
This again is going to depend on your technician, and this is one area that you don’t want to cheap out on. Ask to see examples of work done previously – a professional will be quite happy to oblige.
The treatment is very effective when done properly – in fact, no one will even be able to tell which areas have been filled in. It is a very natural-looking enhancement.
How Long Does It Take?
This will depend on how much work you are having done. It is best to ask the technician how long it will take because each treatment is customized to the individual. It can all be done in two sittings, so from that point of view, it is relatively quick.
Is It Going to Hurt?
The treatment itself is not going to hurt because the area is numbed beforehand. It does involve tiny incisions into the skin, so there could be a little tenderness afterward. This will clear up pretty quickly, though.
How Obvious Will It Be?
Initially, just like when you are dying your hair, the color is darker. This will settle in a few days’ time to the actual shade. There is a touch-up with is done 4-6 weeks after the initial treatment. It will take several weeks for the dye to start to fade away and start seeing the real results.
The skin may also be slightly redder than usual, but this can easily be covered using a mineral foundation.
Microblading is a simple technique that can pay great dividends for you. It makes your morning routine a lot simpler and helps you quickly and naturally enhance your looks.