You will need antibacterial dial soap and fragrance-free lotion (Curel, Jergens, or Lubriderm).
• After 2-6 hours, remove your bandage and wash your hands. Then, wash the tattoo and surrounding area with antibacterial soap and water, and rinse until no residue. Allow your tattoo to air dry. • Do NOT re-bandage your tattoo. • Repeat the cleansing process the next day but follow with applying some unscented lotion to the area and rub in thoroughly. Always make sure your hands are clean before washing. Never touch your tattoo without washing your hands during the healing process. • Repeat the cleansing and moisturizing process 2-3 times daily for approximately 2 weeks. Your tattoo will peel and flake. Do not be alarmed This is normal to the healing process. • Do not scratch or pick at your tattoo. Failure to follow these instructions could result in your touch ups not being gratis.
How do I book an appointment? Booking appointments requires an in person consultation. Consultations can be done by walk-in or appointment. Walk-in hours are Tuesday – Saturday 12pm – 6pm. To schedule a consultation please call 913-831-8833. If you choose to book an appointment with your preferred artist we will, then, take a small deposit to hold your appointment. The deposit will be applied to the cost of your tattoo at the time of service.
Why don't you make appointments over the phone? We only book appointments by consultation to ensure we have a clear idea of your vision. It, also, allows us to give you a proper price point and allows us to better understand placement and sizing.
Do you tattoo minors? Yes, we tattoo folks as young as 16 with parental consent and supporting documentation. Parents are required to be present during the consultation and during the time of service.
Do you tattoo hands, fingers or faces? Yes, if you are already considerably tattooed and are willing to take the risks involved with healing those areas. We do not make a practice of tattooing those areas on individuals as a first tattoo.
Do you do white ink tattoos? The process is significantly more difficult than black tattooing and has a low success rate. If you are willing to consent to the risks involved and make an appointment Amber will provide white ink tattooing.
What do I need to get tattooed? To be 18 or older, unless parental consent is available, with a valid government or state id with your photo and date of birth.
What is Microblading? Microblading is a relatively new, manual method of using a group of fine needles to deposit pigment into the top layers of skin. This method creates a fine, crisp detail to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. Microblading is used for those who suffer from alopecia, other conditions that cause hairloss as well as people who are not happy with the natural appearance of their eyebrows. The pigments used are formulated to match your original eyebrow color and are meant to blend perfectly in to existing eyebrows. The results are typically a natural, fuller looking brow.
What is the Ombre Eyebrow Tattoo? Ombre mimics the coverage of powdered, filled in eyebrows. The effect is a fade from dark to light, working from near the temple to near the nose. Some clients will be a good candidate for ombre even if they were a good candidate for microblading.
How long do they last? The results can vary depending on factors outside of the procedure. These factors revolve around skin type, darkness of body hair, aftercare, ability to heal, and personal care routines. During the consultation, we will discuss the overall potential of the procedure based on your personal pre-screening.
Does it hurt? Pain is a part of any implementation of pigment. Every person will experience a different level of pain based on their personal tolerance. Most clients find the first pass tolerable, after which, we are able to use a lidocaine based numbing agent to help with continuing the procedure.
Is it safe? Absolutely. Sterilized, single use tools, disposable needles and supplies are used during the process.
Will I need a touch up? Most clients will need a touch up between 6-10 weeks following the initial service. Within a week of your first procedure the color will fade significantly and can fade up to 50% within the 6 weeks following. This is an expected occurrence that allows you to make any small detail changes while the touch up is carried out.
Why do I need a touch up if this is semi-permanent? The face sees more wear than any other part of the body. This happens because of exposure to the sun, foods, skin care routines and other factors. Each of these factors can have a varying weight on the over all healing process.
How long does it take? The procedure could take up to 3 hours in total.
How long does it take to heal? Healing time varies from person to person. Generally it takes 7-10 days, but can take up to 14 days for complete healing.
What if I don’t like it? Microblading is considered a semi-permanent procedure which allows flexibility for color and shape. Over time the pigment will fade, but we will work closely with you to ensure you are getting the service you want. If you are not 100% certain you would benefit from this service please continue to ask questions and research before you commit.
Hours of Operation
Tuesday to Saturday : 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Sunday to Monday : Closed
We are also closed during New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas.