Brow Microblading in Winnipeg

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What is Brow Microblading?

Discover cutting-edge innovation in natural-looking eyebrow enhancement and cut down on grooming and makeup time with microblading! At Total Wrapture, our expert microblading technicians utilize an advanced approach to craft stunning 3D embroidery brows that are semi-permanent, lasting from 1 to 3 years. This technique is a safe and gentle way to personalize your brows, achieving your desired flawless look.

Employing meticulous hand tool methods, our experts replicate the appearance of natural brow hairs, seamlessly integrating them into the skin’s epidermal layer for a naturally fuller effect. This progressive method of semi-permanent makeup is an excellent choice for those seeking thicker, more defined eyebrows. Microblading is a procedure that is Health Canada registered, and our highly qualified and experienced microblading technicians ensure you receive quality microblading for your unique skin.

Cost & Service Menu

Microblading consists of a two-part procedure. The first stage involves an initial session lasting about 3 hours. Four to six weeks later, a touch-up appointment is necessary and lasts approximately 2 hours.

This second appointment is vital to fine-tune the contour and hue of your freshly microbladed brows. Additionally, it ensures a longer-lasting shape and colour by adding more pigment.

Brow Microblading
$360
Touch-up: 1-5 months
$115
Touch-up: 6-9 months
$160
Touch-up: 10-18 months
$220

Prices are subject to change without notice.

Results

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the procedure take?

The actual treatment takes approximately 2 hours, depending on how much enhancement is required.

However, you will spend an additional hour before this receiving a thorough consultation to study your skin, discuss colour and shape, and to allow the topical anesthetic to achieve its optimal efficacy.

This time will all be built into your appointment.

Does microblading hurt?

While microblading is designed to be virtually pain-free, some clients may experience mild discomfort. To ensure maximum comfort, a topical anesthetic cream is applied before your treatment, and a numbing gel is used throughout the procedure.

How should I prepare for my microblading appointment?

  • Avoid alcohol, caffeine, painkillers, and blood-thinning medications for at least 24 hours before your appointment. This is in order to reduce pinpoint bleeding during the procedure, which can dilute the pigment.
  • Discontinue the use of skincare products containing active ingredients (such as retinol, hydroquinone, vitamin C, AHA/BHAs, salicylic acid, and topical acne medication) for at least 2 weeks prior to the treatment. This is to avoid sensitivity and increase your comfort.

What are the microblading aftercare instructions?

Your expert microblading technician will give you personalized aftercare instructions based on your unique skin. However, here are some general guidelines.

General Microblading Aftercare Information:

  • Periodically blot the brows with gauze soaked in the recommended microtonic for up to 3 hours.
  • Avoid touching the treated area with unwashed hands to prevent the risk of infection. 
  • If you wear glasses, sanitize them regularly during the healing process if there is a chance that the frames may come into contact with your brows.
  • Gently clean the eyebrows with cool water twice a day, using your cleansed fingertips. Pat the area dry with a clean towel, avoiding any rubbing or scrubbing.
  • Apply a very thin layer of the recommended aftercare ointment or cream twice a day. 
  • Refrain from using makeup, creams, or any other products on the treated area for at least one week to allow the pigmented skin to heal.
  • Avoid picking, scratching, or peeling the scabs that may form during the healing process, as this can lead to scarring and pigment loss.
  • Avoid excessive heat or humidity for one week following the treatment or until scabbing is no longer present to prevent premature fading and ensure proper healing. This includes direct sunlight, tanning, saunas, swimming pools, and excessive sweating.
  • Avoid putting your brows directly under a stream of water or your head at an angle where rivulets may stream down on your brows.
  • Avoid activities that can cause excessive friction or trauma to the treated area, such as facials, exfoliation, and rigorous physical activities, until the healing is complete.

How long is the microblading healing period?

There is no downtime associated with this treatment and you can go right back to your day as long as you follow aftercare instructions.

The pigment will initially appear darker or more vibrant, but it will soften and blend to a natural hue within 2-3 weeks. You will receive comprehensive aftercare instructions to ensure optimal results.

How long do microbladed brows last?

Microblading is a semi-permanent procedure with results lasting between 1-3 years. As the pigment fades over time, touch-ups can be performed to maintain the desired appearance

Are there any side effects after to a microblading procedure?

After a microblading procedure, some individuals may experience slight redness, swelling, or tenderness in the treated area. These are normal side effects and usually subside within a few days.

How much does microblading eyebrows cost?

The cost for a high-quality microblading service begins at $360 and may vary slightly based on the specific requirements and intricacies of achieving the desired outcome. See our online booking system for the most up-to-date pricing. 

Is microblading suitable for everyone?

While microblading is versatile and suitable for most individuals, it might not be the best option for those with certain skin conditions, allergies, or health concerns.

You will receive a complimentary consultation with an experienced micropigmentation technician prior to the procedure to ensure microblading is right for you.

Here are the main contraindications:

  1. Pregnant or nursing
  2. Skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, or active acne in the treatment area
  3. Open wounds, lesions, or sores on or around the brow area
  4. Blood conditions such as hemophilia
  5. Blood-borne diseases such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C or HIV
  6. Heart conditions or high blood pressure
  7. Diabetes
  8. Autoimmune conditions such as lupus
  9. High susceptibility to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
  10. Pre-existing hypertrophic scarring or keloids
  11. Allergies to any of the ingredients used in the microblading procedure, such as pigments or numbing creams.
  12. Medications such as blood thinners, anti-inflammatory drugs, immunosuppressants or steroids such as cortisone or Accutane.
  13. Recent surgery or medical procedures in the brow area, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy. 
  14. Botox or filler in the treatment area during the past two weeks

What is the difference between microblading and traditional eyebrow tattooing?

Unlike traditional eyebrow tattooing that uses a machine, microblading involves manually drawing individual hair strokes with a special tool to give a more natural and realistic appearance to the brows. The semi-permanent nature of microbladed brows allows for changes in the future that adapt to natural skin aging, changes in hair colour, and current trends.

Can I wear makeup after my microblading procedure?

It is best to avoid applying makeup directly on the brows for at least a week or until the area has fully healed to prevent infection and ensure the best pigment retention.

How often should I get my microbladed eyebrows touched-up?

A touch-up is typically recommended 4-6 weeks after your initial procedure. After that, periodic touch-ups every 6 months can help maintain the desired shape and pigment intensity.

Can I get microblading while pregnant or nursing?

We wait until after pregnancy and nursing to perform microblading due to potential risks associated with rare infections, and also because hormonal changes can affect pigment retention.