Are you a good candidate?

For Microblading and Permanent Make-Up?


We know that life is non stop but it is really important to read the information below in its entirety before scheduling your appointment. We want our gorgeous clients to be educated and fully a part of this process.

- Must be over the age of 18.

- You are  not a candidate if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.

Before booking your appointment, please answer the questions below, to help determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure.

- Have you ever had permanent makeup before? It does not matter how new/old or how faded the old tattoo is, please text a photo of the brow area with no make on to Customer Care at 860-993-4079 before scheduling your appointment to see what your options are. If you are a candidate please select the "Tattoo Cover Up" option, we need to schedule a longer appointment time for cover ups so it is vital you schedule properly. Thank you.

-Do you have any medical conditions (i.e.: lupus, alopecia, etc.)? If you answered yes please get clearance from your physician and let your technician know so they can use the proper technique.

Have you received chemotherapy or have been taking any sort of chemo medications? 

If you answered yes please get clearance from your physician .

Do you have dermatitis, eczema or any other skin disease around the area that will be treated?

If you answered yes please get clearance from your physician .


Do you have large pores or blemishes on the brow area?

If you answered yes please wait to book your appointment until you are fully healed. If you made an appointment and a blemish appears please reach out to our Customer Care line as soon as possible.  We will not be able to Microblade over the blemish. Be on the look out to avoid the less than 72 hour cancellation fee.

Are you allergic to Lidocaine, Epinephrine, Glycerin, Titanium Dioxide, Cetaphil and/or Carmine? 

If you are not sure we recommend reaching out to our Customer Care line and scheduling a free scratch test that will help us determine if you are allergic to the products used in our Microblading procedure. We use not one but two types of numbing to make sure you are comfortable. A lot of our clients fall asleep and wake up with perfect brows because the pain is so minimal.


Are you taking any antibiotics?

You must be off at least 2 weeks before appointment.


Are you taking any Accutane or other acne medications? 

You must be off at least 1 month prior to your appointment.


Are you taking fish oil? 

We recommend to be off  the supplement for at least 2 weeks prior to your appointment. This is in order to retain pigment to the fullest capability possible.


Are you taking diet pills of any kind?

You must be off at least 2 weeks prior to your appointment.


 If you answered NO to all the questions please go ahead and book your appointment here.

 If you answered YES to one or more questions, please text 3D Microblading Customer Care line at 860-993-4079 with reason why prior to scheduling.



-We recommend getting waxed or threaded for any stray hairs prior to your appointment date, as to not further irritate the skin by doing hair removal right before your microblading application. 

-Please bring in photos of what you like so you and your artist have a clear understanding on what your eyebrow goals are.

- Do NOT take any medications (ibuprofen, aspirin) 24 hours before procedure. 

-We recommend getting botox 1-2 weeks prior to microblading so the muscles have settled

- No alcohol within 48 hours of your session to avoid excessive bleeding 

- No caffeine on the day of the session

- No strenuous work outs for a week after the procedure. Sweat can cause infection.

- Avoid sun exposure 2 weeks before and 2-3 weeks after the procedure

-No children at our facility for their safety 

- We ask that your guest wait in the lobby area 

What to expect with the healing process:

-The healing process takes 6 weeks. You must wait 6 weeks between appointments to make sure pigment has  resurfaced and to avoid causing scar tissue. 

-Pigment will look dark and intense the first week or so because the pigment is fresh. Color lightens by 20-40% when the new skin heals over.

-Any redness or swelling will go away within 2-3 hours but in some cases slight redness/pinkness around or in the tattooed ares will last for 2 months

-The tattoo can get dry and flakey and sometimes appear missing or patchy as skin heals over pigment. It typically resurfaces into week 3-4 of healing. After 6 weeks if it hasn't resurfaced or hair strokes flaked off while healing it is recommended to schedule a touch up between 6 weeks-3 months of initial application date. complimentary touchups are complimentary up to 90 days from initial procedure, after 90 days there is a charge for your touchup. it is our clients responsibility to schedule the complimentary touchup as soon as possible 6 weeks from initial procedure. We are very busy and our schedule is filled solid 4 to 6 weeks out so please book your complimentary touchup asap as to secure your perfect date and time. Some clients experience no scabbing or patchiness, we just like to inform our clients of all possible outcomes as to not be alarmed. The healing process is just that, a process. Everyone's skin heals differently so it is important to follow aftercare instructions given by your technician and be patient with the process. Absolutely no picking or scratching.

-You will start to notice a softer and more natural looking results week 4-6 of healing. You are completely healed and can schedule a retouch if needed from 6 weeks on from your first session.

-Microblading is a two step process. A 6 week touch up is recommended for new clients to complete a defined eyebrow shape and color. A minimum of 6 weeks is required between appointments to avoid the development of scar tissue and infection. In some cases you will need a third follow up if your skin type doesn't retain the ink well. There are different ink options for different skin types. Any adjustments in color, shape and strokes can be made at the touch up.