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  • What is Microblading?
    Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup treatment that helps to create fuller looking eyebrows. It can be used to enhance, completely reshape, and even create new brows by drawing on tiny lines that look like individual hairs. The best part is that it leaves brows looking completely natural!
  • How should I prepare for my appointment?
    Before your appointment, I highly encourage you to find pictures of eyebrows you want and/or like so I can get a better feel for the look you're going for. Eyebrows comes in many shapes, styles, and sizes. Do you like feathered or bold? Arched or Straight? As an artist, I will work with you to curate your dream brows. In the two weeks leading up to your appointment, I recommend avoiding blood thinners, aspirin, alcohol, and retinol creams. You especially should not drink alcohol the night before your microblading appointment. You should come to your appointment with a fresh face.
  • How long does the appointment last?
    I block off one hour and thirty minutes for the first microblading session. Most of the time is spent mapping your dreams brows - the actual microblading usually takes 25-30 minutes, but can vary depending on the client's goals and desires.
  • What is the price?
    $400. This investment includes a free initial consultation, mapping of custom brows, and professional microblading by Tiffany Ruby. When booking an appointment, you will be asked for a downpayment, or deposit, or $25 that will go towards the total of $400. The $400 also covers the initial microblading session ($300) and your 6-week touch up appointment ($100).
  • How can I book an appointment?
    Use this link to book a microblading appointment with Tiffany Ruby or visit Clients may also Contact me by email or phone. However the fastest way to book an appointment is to do it online. A credit or debit card is required in order to reserve any appoinment due to my Cancellation Policy. When booking an appointment, you will be asked for a depost of $25 - This will go directly towards your service total of $350.
  • Where can I view your portfolio?
    I'm glad you asked! You can view before and after photos, behind the scenes, and so much more - on my Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook Platforms. Connect with me: Personal Instagram Business Instagram TikTok Facebook You can also view my portfolio on the Home Page of my website. If you would like additional photos or videos of my previous work, please reach out. I would be happy to send you additional images.
  • Does It Look Like Real Hair?
    Yes! I hand draw every stroke. You'll be amazed at my strategy and precise technique. It will be a challenge to differentiate between what's real and what's fake. Use this link to view previous work.
  • Does Microblading Hurt?
    The majority of my clients report little to no pain. I use a topical anesthetic before the procedure to numb the the areas I plan to microblade. However, overall the discomfort of the service depend on a person's tolerance for pain. At any point during our session, we can stop and take a break. I am here to make being a client easy - not to cause you pain.
  • Who may not be a good candidate for Microblading?
    I may not be able to treat you if you are: Under 18 years of age Diabetic Pregnant and/or Lactating Have skin conditions such as rosacea, psoriasis, eczema and undiagnosed rashes or blisters on the Site that is to be treated. Have transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis Have active skin cancer in the area to be tattooed A hemophiliac Have a pacemaker or major heart problems Have healing disorders, on blood thinners, uncontrolled high blood pressure or had mitral valve Disorder. Let me know if you have/had allergic reactions to topical anesthetics. If you have any of the above mentioned medical conditions, a doctor's note will be required.
  • What Are Eyelash Extensions?
    Eyelash Extensions are enhancements in which a synthetic lash is added to your natural eyelash. These typically come in different sizes, legnths, and weights so that Tiffany may find the correct fit for your eye.
  • Do Eyelash Extensions Damage My Natural Lashes?
    Often a common myth, lash extensions do not damage your natural lashes! I will never use anything that is too long, or too heavy for your natural eyelash. Additionally, I make sure that each individual eyelash is properly isolated, along with using the proper amount of glue.
  • Can I Wear Makeup With My Eyelash Extensions?
    I let most of my clients know that either you're a big makeup wearer, or you're a big lash wearer. It's not to say that you can't wear makeup with lashes. When you wear a lot of makeup with lashes, it can get caked in between them, making them difficult to clean and get makeup out. You can definitely still wear makeup, just know the heavier the makeup, the less retention there will be. I also let my clients know to not use any oil based makeups, or oil based makeup removers. This can also affect the way the adhesive bonds the extension to the natural eyelash.
  • Are Allergic Reactions Common?
    Allergic Reactions aren't common, but it's always best to ask for a Patch Test prior to your appointment.
  • What Is A Patch Test?
    A Patch Test is when the client comes to my studio at least 24- 48 hours prior to their appointment to "test out" the eyelash adhesive. This can be time consuming, but it's complementary. If your eyes are sensitive, it may be best to give it a try. I can even try a sensitive adhesive VS a regular adhesive.
  • How Long Will Eyelash Extensions Last?
    Eyelash extensions typically last 4 weeks. You have 80- 120 lashes per eye, and they cycle through shedding every 28 days or. I always tell clients "It would look silly if all of your lashes fell out at once." That's why it's best to get a lash fill every 2- 3 weeks. It could be considered a Full Set if there is more than 65% lash loss.
  • Why Do Eyelash Extensions Fall Out Faster Than Others?
    Some answers are simple. Hair goes through natural shedding seasons during the spring, and the fall. This can also be more common in places with season changes "IE: The Midwest." Other reasons for lash fall out can be - Getting them wet before 24 hours - Using oil based make ups/ oil based removers - Oily skin - Eye serums It's always best to contact me within 72 hours of your appointment should any exessive loss occur for a complentry consultation and retouch
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