Glo Med Spa & Wellness
Microblading Treatment in Austin, TX
Visit Glo Med Spa & Wellness to get long-lasting Microblading Treatment for the illusion of fuller and thicker eyebrows. We are conveniently located at 9801 Anderson Mill Road Suite 120 Austin, TX 78750. For more information, call us or simply make an appointment online. We are open 5 days a week!
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo technique used at Glo Med Spa & Wellness Austin to create the illusion of fuller brows. With this method we can create almost any look: from a very natural light finish to a beautifully bold brow.
Microblading $699 & $150 for touch-up
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo technique used at Glo Med Spa & Wellness Austin to create the illusion of fuller brows.
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo technique used to create the illusion of fuller brows. First, we consult with our clients about the best brow shape for their face and choose a color that matches the natural hair color and skin undertone. The brow area is then cleaned and numbed for the treatment. Instead of using a tattoo machine, we use a little handheld tool to manually draw hair strokes. Lastly, we apply an ointment like the EyebrowDoctor Aftercare to help with the healing process.
What to expect
This all can take up to 30 to 40 minutes, depending on how full you want your brows to look. Clients are encouraged to schedule a follow up appointment four to six weeks after to make sure they are happy with the results or for if they need little tweaks. Results can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on your skin type (the ink fades faster on oily skin), products, and lifestyle.
How Long Does Microblading Last?
How long microblading lasts: You’ll need a touch-up in about a month. Then, microblading can last anywhere from 12 months to three years, depending on your lifestyle. A few ways to extend it: Stay out of the sun, since it can fade the pigment, and avoid putting exfoliants (like retinol and glycolic acid) near your brows, because they’ll lift the top layers of your skin with continued use—and the color with it.