515 W. 15th Street
Austin, TX 78701
*Level 1 Artist: Level 1 has gone through extensive microblading training at Betty Lash and has been approved for Betty Lash's world-class standards.
*Master Artist: Master Artist is our Microblading department leader, who trains all Level 1 Artists.
After Care Process
The microblading heeling process can take up to 14 days. To prolong your results, follow the below aftercare instructions for the two weeks following your session.
Is Microblading For You?
Microblading is beneficial for both men and women who may fall into the following categories:
Who Should Not Get Microblading?
How long will it last?
Microblading can last anywhere from 18-24 months.
How Many Sessions Are Needed In Order To Achieve The Best Look Possible?
Microblading is a two step procedure and consists of an Initial Session and a Perfecting Session. In microblading, you can only achieve 50-75% of the desired result at a time. The skin needs proper healing time in order to be able to add more hair marks between the existing hair marks. A Volume Boost is a service for anyone who has already gone through the Initial and Perfecting Sessions and just wants more! Clients who have already completed both the Initial and Perfecting Sessions will receive complementary touch-ups, on small sections that need a quick fix.
Is Microblading Painful?
Every person has varying levels of sensitivity, but the major consensus can verify that microblading is not painful. A topical numbing cream is applied to the treated area 30-45 minutes prior to the service. This will ensure your eyebrow area will feel little to no pain.
The first appointment is called the Initial Session: Level 1 Artist: $495 / Master Artist: $695
The second appointment is called the Perfecting Session: Level 1 Artist: $300 / Master Artist: $450
*Perfecting Session Pre-Pay Promo: Level 1 Artist: $200 / Master Artist: $250
Additional Session: The Volume Boost Session: Level 1 Artist: $300 / Master Artist: $450
Microblading is a semi permanent eyebrow enhancement that mimics real hair strokes. The technique used in this method keeps the hair strokes crisp and clean to look like individual hairs.
Before and Afters