Treatment FAQ


During this unique technique the pigment is applied with a pencil tool that has a fixed small blade with many disposable needles. The needles are three times thinner than those used in machines, while the depth of pigment injection does not reach the deepest layer of dermis. Thus, an effect of extremely fine and natural looking hair is achieved.


  • The procedure is less painful and is done faster than with a machine. The main reason why clients feel less pain is because with manual tool we only draw once. To achieve the result with the machine we draw several times on same place.
  • A very natural result is achieved.
  • It does not look like a usual tattoo as hairs are “drawn” in natural direction.
  • A machine is not used for this procedure.
  • It is cheaper and easier to use a manual tool.
  • The extremely thin disposable needles are thinner than the thinnest needles used in machines. That is why the “drawn” hairs are identical to natural ones.
  • Thicker, medical pigment is used, that does not change color, but slowly fades instead.
  • Correction is necessary to highlight the already existing result.


During this unique technique the pigment is applied with a manual tool that has a fixed small blade with many disposable needles. Master will choose quantity of needles and the blade type according to the technique and skin type.


  1. Client consultation, discussion about treatment steps, patch test, choosing an eyebrows shape and color.
  2. Eyebrow shape is usually done with special soft, waterproof pencil.
  3. 20-30min numbing process, using lidocaine cream.
  4. Pigment is applied with a manual tool and chosen pigment color or color mix.
  5. Pigment is left to absorb.
  6. Cleaning the area and applying special healing cream.
  7. Treatment usually last up to 2 hours.



  • During pregnancy or nursin
  • For diabetic clients.
  • If any skin diseases symptoms or irritation appears on the particular area (eyebrows, eye line or lips).
  • Directly after botox treatment (after 2 months it is allowed).
  • If you are using Accutane, Isotretinoinor other strong retinoids (after 6 months – 1 year it is allowed).
  • If you have a Pacemaker (not allowed for machine technique, but allowed for manual technique).
  • If you are very sensitive and pain intolerant.
  • If you are suffering a sunburn or frostbitten (treatment allowed after symptoms disappear).
  • On keloids or tendency to keloids, unusual scars, birthmarks, moles.
  • Straight after waxing.
  • After a strong chemical peel.

Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or IBUprofen 24 hours before treatment.


  • Do not drink coffee, alcohol or energizing drinks on the treatment day.
  • If you are used to tint eyebrows, do it one prior the treatment.
  • Do not tan or sun bathing 3 days before treatment.
  • Do not make any waxing 2-3 days before treatment.
  • No chemical peels, dermabrasion, mesotherapy, or any other intense treatments, which will cause faster skin cells rejuvenating and cause skin irritation, 2-3 week before permanent make up treatment.
  • Fix/wash your hair before the treatment, as after you can not contact with water for 7 days. You may need to wash your hair carefully or visit a hairdresser or have someone help you.
  • Botulinum injection – do your eyebrows microblading first and botox after 4 weeks. If botox is done already wait at least 2 months.


  • Do not get your brows directly wet; hot water, long hot shower, hot bathtub, ocean, pool, sweating or any other liquids for 10 days after the treatment. Even a small drop of dirty water which seems unimportant may cause infection and expand the wound / excessive scabbing may appear, and you may ruin the results.
  • No sweating (of any kind), gym, yoga for the at least 2 days. If you work out regularly results may heal more to a powdered look due to the oils the body produces when it gets heated and sweaty.
  • Wash the area with a small amount of gentle cleansing foam and water 2-4 times a day. This will help remove any excess lymph, blood and pigment that may appear after the procedure.
  • Apply a very small amount of Deluxe Brows healing pomade, coconut or grape seed oil. Make sure your eyebrows are not greasy, but just moistened a little so you won’t see any residue of the oil.
  • Do not use other ointments, cream with vitamins or antibiotics on eyebrows during the healing process.
  • No sunbathing or tanning for 4 weeks. No direct sun exposure.
  • No Retinols, AHA’s, exfoliating treatments, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, botox and any other strong treatments for 6-8 weeks after your procedure.
  • Smoking WILL cause the pigment to fade prematurely and anesthetics will not last as long.
  • DO NOT USE growth enhancement products such as Latisse, Revitabrow, Grande lash, one month prior and after treatment has fully healed as it may shift your color.
  • No workouts 2 days after treatment.
  • No tinting, chemical peels, mesotherapy, dermabrasion, botox and any other strong treatments for 4 weeks.
  • No cosmetic on affected area for 2 weeks.
  • Do not scratch, touch and sleep on you eyebrows.


If eyebrows are kept clean and dry, only a thin film (not scab) will appear after 4-7 days. It will peel of itself gently (do not touch or scratch it) after 7-10 days.  After the film peels off dryness and flakiness can appear. In this case a small amount (almost invisible) of coconut or grape seed oil can be used after disinfection. Pay attention on cleansing the eyebrows during all healing period (28-45 days).

In case of water, sebum or sweat contact, the wound will expand and depending on wetness type, a soft or hard scab will appear. This scab is usually itching and may cause the scab to peel off prematurely by scratching. If scratching of the scab occurs, it may result in scarring,  white blotchy spots may appear,  and no pigment will be left.

If skin is sensitive, you may notice the next day that the treatment area around the strokes may appear red. This is due to the skin being irritated and should return to normal after a few days. The strokes will appear darker for the next few days after treatment.


The touch up is recommended only after 45 days. The skin will be too thin and too sensitive if touch ups are done sooner. At the touch you may possibly need to fill in missing hair strokes, make hair strokes longer, or to intensify the color.


  • Make sure that proper hand and skin disinfection is done prior the treatment.
  • Technician must work with disposable gloves and apron, and wearing a hair cover.
  • Only single use sterile (CE) needles must be used.


  1. Weak after care – A scab will appear and pigment will fall off with the scab.
  2. Oily skin type/young skin/metabolism/big pores.
  3. Scars
  4. Mechanical or chemical treatment (peels, dermabrasion, mesotherapy, laser).
  5. Improper depth
  6. Glycol, retinol products or/and treatment
  7. Amount of melanin in the skin

More information about microblading you will find here 

Information by Aleksandra Maniušė, Deluxe Brows Microblading

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