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This small procedure helps transform your existing eyebrows and gives you the appearance that you have make up on 24/7. Get the perfect shaping of your eyebrow all year long

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3D Microblading
Touch up 4-6 weeks

In our WOW GIRL NYC salon, we perform two types of microblading:

Below in the gallery we present to your attention examples of our work.

3D organic Microblading: your eyebrows will look as natural as possible, graceful hairs will give the eyebrows a beautiful shape.

3D organic Microblading: your eyebrows will look as natural as possible, graceful hairs will give the eyebrows a beautiful shape.

Below in the gallery we present to your attention examples of our work.

1. Perfect eyebrows for 12-18 months

The pigments fade naturally over time.

2. Mineral-based pigments

Hypoallergenic & completely safe for the body.

3. Creating the perfect shape

Produce the highest quality work and services for every client.

4. Safety and painless

The manual method has no spilling under the skin.

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique, similar to eyebrow tattooing but applying advanced tools and pigments. It is done manually, by using a tool which looks like a blade consisting of 10-12 tiny needles, and some specially created pigments. The blade delicately scratches the surface of the skin, much like a paper cut, mimicking the hair strokes so realistically. Once the eyebrows are ‘mapped’, the microblading pigment is gently inserted into the scratches, making them look like genuine hairs. The entire process gives the brow a thicker, fuller and more natural look.

The best candidates for getting microbladed eyebrows are people who already have their own eyebrows but want to add some shape, color or density. It is enhancing what you already have so if you spend some time on doing your eyebrows with a pencil every morning, this is a great solution for you.

Also, it is perfect for people with alopecia, or hair loss caused by a number of reasons (natural hair loss, invasive treatments such as chemotherapy, etc.). The treatment is mainly convenient for people with normal to sensitive skin, while oily skin types are the least convenient ones, since the pigment is often ‘rejected’ by the skin.

We absolutely LOVE working on male brows. Microblading is an excellent option because it mimics the look of hair, not the look of makeup.
Here are the most important factors in making microblading look as natural as possible:
1. Proper color matching. We custom-blend pigment for each client. We are (almost) always trying to match your natural brow hair color. This way the “fake hair” and real hair will blend together and you won’t be able to differentiate between the two. (The only exception to this is if you have naturally very light brows. If your hair is see-through blonde we will use a darker color to give your brows the visual impact you’re looking for.
2. Stroke pattern. Similar to color, the direction and patter of how we place the individual strokes in the skin is critical in achieving THE BLEND. Everyone’s brow hair has a natural growth pattern. Take a good look at your brows — some of the hair probably grows upwards, some sideways, and some downward. Each microbladed stroke needs to be placed in the same direction as the hairs nearby to ensure you don’t end up with “hashtag brows.”
3. Shaping. Now this is where (typically) we have the biggest difference between a masculine and feminine eyebrow. Masculine eyebrows are more imperfect, with much less definition. We leave all of your stray hairs and achieve shape change by adding visual impact in particular areas. We don’t want anything too “done.”

So there you have it! Microblading for men. For guys who want a little fullness in their brow, whether they’re looking for a more defined shape, a bold look, or something that looks very natural and almost invisible to the naked eye: microblading for men is totally a thing.

By using a topical ointment the eyebrows area is covered and set for approximately half an hour, until it kicks in:

STEP 1: Shaping the brows

Consists of preparing the area around brows by threading the hair and cleaning up the area.

STEP 2: Numbing

The actual treatment consists of several steps that usually look like this.

STEP 3: Choosing a pigment

Choosing a color of your eyebrows according to a hair and skin color.

STEP 4: Measuring

The area of the eyebrows is measured, taking into account face shape, symmetry, facial features etc.

STEP 5: Needling process

Process of creating fine strokes and covering them with pigment. If there is any discomfort at this stage another quick layer of numbing cream is added to the area.

STEP 6: Implementing pigment

A final layer of pigment is added, after which the eyebrow area is cleaned.

STEP 7: Touch up

Filling in the gaps where the pigment hasn’t taken or healed properly.


The most important thing you need to do first is to carefully research all the permanent makeup artists in your neighborhood or town and choose the one that has a certificate, experience, and positive reviews.
Before and after pictures are also very important, since you want to have an insight into the artist’s work. The best option is a recommendation by someone who has already had a microblading treatment. But if you cannot find anyone that way, rely on the internet reviews.
Feel free to ask your microblading artist anything you want to know about the microblading procedure. They need to give you detailed information about the preparation and the aftercare.

  • Don’t go sunbathing or tanning and try not to work out on the day of the treatment
  • Stop using any retinol or Vitamin A products one month prior
  • Avoid alcohol, caffeine, ibuprofen, aspirin and fish oil supplements for at least 24 hours prior to your appointment
  • Don’t pluck or wax your eyebrows at least a week before the treatment
  • Also, don’t do any facials at least two weeks before the treatment


Microblading aftercare is a very important part of the treatment. If you don’t follow the advice given by your esthetician, some complications might emerge.

Most artists advise keeping the treated area dry for at least ten days after the microblading treatment. Others, on the other hand, claim that it is not true that washing your brows after the treatment is forbidden. You must remove bacteria, but make sure to do that by gently washing your face and the treated area with an antibacterial soap recommended by your esthetician.

Also, check with your artist which products are strictly forbidden and avoid using them. After washing your brows, dry them by gently patting with a clean tissue. You will need to do this for at least a week.

Besides that, there is a list of things you need to avoid after the treatment.

  • Exposure to the sun
  • Going to the swimming pool
  • Sleeping on your face
  • Working out and sweating
  • Having long and hot showers

Also, you mustn’t touch your brows and remove the scabs on your own.

Follow these steps religiously if you want perfect microbladed brows that will last.


The healing process lasts for about a month.

1st week: Your eyebrows will probably be swollen and too dark at first, but after the healing period is finished, they will start getting the desired shape and color. It is vital to follow the aftercare steps during the healing period.

2nd week: After two weeks, your microbladed brows will start to look very light and you might feel as if they are disappearing. It is normal since your skin is regenerating and naturally exfoliating. There’s no need to worry – your eyebrows will regain the color after some time.

4-6th week: Four to six weeks after the treatment, your eyebrows might seem a little bit patchy and uneven, which is why you need to have the mandatory touch-up. The first touch up is done after the color to fully set in, which is not earlier than a month after the treatment. Its purpose is to fill in the gaps and fix anything you don’t like or want to change.

You will finally be satisfied with the look of your eyebrows after about six weeks.


10 AM — 8 PM

81 2nd Avenue, New York, NY

STE 1, 10003

+1 929 666 27 72