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CANCELLATIONS:

A minimum 24 hours notice is required when rescheduling your appointment. Deposits, payments, and appointments are forfeited if you arrive late or if you reschedule within less than 24 hours of your appointment time. If you choose to cancel your appointment, you will automatically forfeit your deposit. All deposits are non-refundable.

NO GUESTS PLEASE:

Microblading is a very detailed and focused procedure. In order to minimize distractions, please don’t bring guests to your procedure. This includes children, spouses, friends, & pets.

DEPOSITS:

A $50 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is due immediately upon booking to secure all appointments. Deposits will be charged upon booking your reservation. This deposit is to ensure that you are serious about showing up to your appointment and will be applied towards the total cost of your procedure. Deposits can be made via credit card using my online booking system, Paypal, Zelle, or Venmo. The remaining balance will be charged the day of your procedure preferably in cash.

TOUCH-UPS:

must be scheduled between 6-8 weeks following your first session. This enhancement session is crucial for the best results.  Additional touch-up appointments may be needed for oily, problematic skin, those with dark pigmented skin and people who do not follow after care instructions properly, there will be a touch up fee of $100-$150 applied.

IMPORTANT FOR ALL MICROBLADING CLIENTS:

Microblading is a multiple-step appointment process. Healed results will vary with each individual client. NO guarantees will be made. Additional sessions (at an additional charge) may be required to obtain optimal desired results. Although we give our best efforts to provide you with quality service, many factors can result in a less than desired outcome as each client will heal differently. In order for your new brows to heal properly (and look their very best) following all Pre & Post Care Instructions are crucial! Pre-Care Instructions are designed to limit bleeding and skin sensitivities during the service. Excessing bleeding during the procedure can dilute and expel the pigment color and lead to poor results