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  • You are under 18 (a letter of consent is required from guardian/parent.

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding

  • You have irritation of the skin of any kind such as blemishes, pimples, rash, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, sunburn on the area of procedure.

  • You are on Retin-A or Retinols.  Be off 7 days before appointment and avoid 30 days after procedure.

  • Diabetic (consult your doctor)

  • If you've recently received Botox within 2-3 weeks.

  • If you are sick,cold,pink eyes, coughing, etc. 

  • Have HIV or Hepatitis or any other viral infections and/or diseases

  • Undergoing Chemotherapy , must be off chemo 6 months.

  • Epilepsy

  • A Pacemaker or major heart conditions

  • Had an Organ transplant

  • If you generally don’t heal well and develop infections easily

  • If your old tattoo is too dark (please contact me)

  • If you recently tinted your brows, please wait 3-5 days before tattooing session

Avoid during the healing process:

  • No heavy workouts, sweating, hot yoga, spa beds, tanning, etc.

  • No makeup on eyebrows.

  • Sun exposure, wear bigger shades/baseball cap if needed.

  • No alcohol intake 24 hours before and after.

  • No caffeine before the appointment. 

  • No steam shower 1-2 hours before your appointment.

  • No working out the moment before your appointment.

  • No water activities for the next couple of weeks.

  • Avoid making an appointment 2-3 weeks before your big events.

Healed results will vary by each client. Using a pencil or powder may still be needed for some clients.

Previous tattoo work done?

Clear photos of your current eyebrows without makeup on them is required before proceeding with any appointments. It must be approved by the artist in order to determine if your previous work can be corrected/cover up. Please keep in mind, additional charge will be applied for tattoo cover ups. Send all photos to

How do I book an appointment?

What if I can't make it to my appointment?

I require at least 48 hours to cancel or reschedule your appointment one time. 

Can I buy this as a gift for someone?

Absolutely! I have gift certificates available for purchase, send an email to purchase.

What if I have oily skin?

Microblading is not suitable for oily skin types or combination skin, however, we do offer ombre powder brows that is suitable for ALL skin types.

If you sweat or get hot easily with dry skin type, you're considered "oily" skin type. If you're still unsure, please don't hesitate to send a text or email so we can better assist.

Does it hurt?

Varies by client's pain threshold, topical numbing is applied before the session and throughout the procedure to keep the client comfortable and relaxed.

Is this safe?

Our tattoo studio and its artists are properly licensed and comply with all local, state, and federal regulations related to tattooing. Most regions have health departments inspecting tattoo studios for compliance with health and safety standards. We maintain a high level of cleanliness and sanitation. Our supplies are disposable and one time use per client only. It's essential to do your research and choose a tattoo studio and artist carefully. Feel free to ask questions about our safety practices, certifications, and procedures.

Can I schedule for a consultation?

You can contact us through text (702) 890-2021 or email to address any concerns or questions, we will assist you.

Do you offer training?

Yes, please send an email to You can also find information under training tab.

Pregnant and/or breastfeeding?

Pregnant women are generally advised to avoid getting tattoos during pregnancy for several reasons: Risk of infections, healing complications, allergic reactions, stress and discomfort, uncertainty about inks, etc. It is advise to wait.

Do you offer payment plan? Or accept Care Credit? Checks?

Unfortunately, I do not. 

Is your studio handicap accessible?

Absolutely! Please send us a text message at your arrival so we can better prep for you and help if needed.

What if I previous tattoo? Previous microblading?

It is required for you to send clear photos of your current eyebrows first before making an appointment. 

Do I need a touch up after I get my eyebrows done?

To determine if you need a touch-up, consider the color intensity of your brows and whether they have faded more than you'd like. Discuss your concerns with your original permanent makeup artist, as they can assess the current state of your brows and recommend the appropriate course of action. If you choose to get a touch-up, make sure to follow the aftercare instructions to maximize the longevity of your refreshed brows.


How do I prepare for my appointment?

  • Get some rest and stay hydrated 

  • Wear comfortable clothing, be mindful of where the tattoo placement is.

  • Eat well before the appointment

  • Take your vitamins 

  • Bring water/snacks

  • Keep the skin moisturize

  • Shave if needed on the area being tattooed

What not to do before the appointment?

  • Tanning, skin scrubbing 

  • Alcohol/caffeine 

  • Sunburns

  • Numbing creams (try)

What to do after the appointment?

  • Your artist will apply a cover to protect your new tattoo

  • After 3 days, remove the protective cover and apply ointment to moisturize the tattoo

  • Keep the tattoo moisturize everyday until it's healed

  • Scabbing is normal

  • Do not scratch or pick the tattoo 

  • Keep your pets away from the tattoo, pet licking the tattoo can cause a reaction

  • You can use anti-bacterial soap (dial soap or softsoap) to clean the tattoo daily

What if I need a touch up on my tattoo?

  • Fine line tattoos often use thinner lines and delicate details. Over time, the ink may settle unevenly, causing some lines to appear lighter or less defined. Touch-ups can refresh and reestablish the lines' clarity and intensity.

  • All tattoos are subject to fading over time due to exposure to UV rays, skin regeneration, and other factors. Fine line tattoos are no exception. 

  • Skin type, lifestyle, and overall health can influence how a tattoo holds its color. Some people's skin may naturally absorb or metabolize ink faster.

  • The need for touch-ups varies from person to person and depends on factors like the quality of the original tattoo work, how well the tattoo is cared for, and the individual's skin type.

  • Finger tattoos, it's common for them to require touch-ups more frequently than tattoos in less exposed and less mobile areas, frequent handwashing is essential for hygiene but can also contribute to tattoo fading. Soap and water can gradually break down the tattoo. Fingers are often exposed to sunlight, and UV rays can break down tattoo ink. 

Do you offer corrections on tattoos?

  • The first step is to assess the existing tattoo, understanding its condition, color, design, and any issues that need correction. I will need to evaluate whether it's feasible to achieve the desired result based on the current tattoo. 

  • Achieving the desired result may require multiple sessions, we may need to layer new pigments and design elements to effectively correct or enhance the tattoo.

  • Clients should have realistic expectations about the results. While many corrections and enhancements are possible, there are limitations to what can be achieved, especially with very old or deeply ingrained tattoos. If you're inquiring of a correction of an old tattoo, please submit a message to to get a consultation.

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