What is Eyebrow Microblading?

Microblading, or semi-permanent brows are now at REJUV AVE. You might be asking yourself, what is Microblading? It’s a fantastic way to define, reshape and fill in brows that may be thinning naturally or over-plucked. And unlike thick, bold, permanent eyebrow tattoos… Microbladding is a much more natural looking option. The process involves etching pigment into the brows that mimic individual hairs. The results are semi-permanent strokes that look just like your natural hair… lasting years, without the fear of having dark lines not blending with your naturally changing brows.

Many of our clients have had this procedure done by Christopher Drummond at REJUV. I’m not overexaggerating when I say, some of the clients left in tears of joy! Well, during the past year, our very own Brittany Krecek spent a great deal of time training and getting certified by Chris. Many of you know her as our Novalash expert as well. She is super talented and has already performed microblading on a number of clients with fantastic results. You can see one of Brittany’s clients results below:


The process of microblading involves custom mapping of your new brows to ensure you are satisfied with the shape. You will also have the opportunity to choose a shade of pigment to fit naturally with your existing brows. Your initial appointment will take approximately 2 hours. Topical numbing cream will be applied to aid in any discomfort, but the process is very well tolerated and has no downtime.

Are you excited about waking up every day and not penciling in your brows?!? The first step is to schedule a consultation with Brittany. It’s important to understand all aspects of the process, post care and have clear expectations of your expected results. The cost starts at $400, but there is no charge for the consultation.

Microblading is very much an artform, and Brittany is extremely talented and meticulous in her process. Call us today to schedule your appointment. (810) 701-8088

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