Microblading, the Most Popular Form of Cosmetic Tattoo, is Now Available in West Bloomfield, MI

Do you wish you had fuller, natural-looking eyebrows?

Microblading is the process of implementing color pigment beneath the surface of the skin by means of a small, sterile, disposable needle to produce the appearance of fuller eyebrows or to enhance the natural features of the face.

Frequently Asked Questions About Microblading

Does Microblading Hurt?

At Chroma Tattoo, we use a highly-effective anesthetic cream during your procedure in order to numb the area. Although some discomfort is normal, we always go the extra mile to ensure your comfort..

How Long Does Microblading Last?

Cosmetic tattoo treatments will never completely disappear, but they will fade over time. We recommend having them refreshed every 1 to 2 years, depending on a number of factors. The rate at which your tattoo fades depends on the pigment color, sun exposure, and other factors. Please be aware that we cannot offer guarantees regarding longevity due to the wide range of factors.

How Old Do I Have to Be to Undergo Microblading?

You must be at least 18 years of age to receive microblading.

Can I Undergo Microblading While Pregnant or Nursing?

As a general precaution, we do not perform any microblading or tattooing procedures on pregnant or nursing women.

Can I Get My Eyebrows Microbladed if They Were Previously Tattooed?

Yes, you can as long as they are minimum 50% faded.

How Many Sessions Do I Need?

Most microblading procedures require more than one appointment, one for the initial cosmetic tattoo, and additional meeting(s) 6-8 weeks later to reevaluate and perform any necessary touchups. Some people prefer a bolder look, and everybody heals differently, so appointment number varies by client.

What is the Healing Process?

For the first few days, your semi-permanent makeup will appear slightly darker and bigger than the final result. During the healing process it, will lighten a bit to its natural coloration. Please visit our tips and aftercare page for more detailed information.

What Payment Methods are Available?

We accept all forms of payment, except checks.

Can a Friend or Family Member Join Me at the Appointment?

We allow 1 person to be present with you in the room during your appointment. Additionally, there is a waiting room for any addition friends or family members who you wish to join you.

What is Your Cancellation and No Show Policy?

If you cancel your appointment or fail to show up, you forfeit your deposit. If you choose to make another appointment in the future, another deposit will be required.

How Much is the Deposit?

There is a non-refundable deposit of $150 for initial microblading services, and $50 for annual touch-ups. The deposit DOES count towards the cost of service.

Microblading Policies

  • After healing, results will differ between individual clients, and some people find they may still need to use pencil or powder. Chroma Tattoo has no control over how the healing process is managed and what the final results may be. There is no guarantee and additional sessions could be required to get your desired results, and will be charged accordingly.
  • In order to book and confirm an appointment, we require a deposit to ensure that you are serious. This deposit will be deducted from the overall cost of your microblading session, and we require 48 hour’s notice in order to reschedule your appointment without penalty. If for any reason you cancel or do not arrive at your appointment, you automatically forfeit your deposit. Arriving more than 20 minutes after your scheduled appointment time may result you in the forfeiture of your deposit and your appointment being cancelled. Please notify us if you know you are going to be late. An additional deposit will be required to re-book any appointment cancelled due to lateness. All deposits are non-refundable!
  • Our prices are subject to change.
  • While we always strive to provide the best possible microblading services, there are factors out of our control that may result in you not achieving your desired outcome. Remember, each person will heal differently following the procedure.

Factors That Can Affect Your Outcome

  • Large pores - may result in color healing blurry or blended.
  • Acne or ingrown hair - injured skin is unable to be tattooed.
  • Shingles - microblading procedures can cause a flare-up.
  • Hair Transplants - hair transplants often result in damaged skin and mild scarring, which will affect your ability to retain pigment.
  • Ingrown hairs- and open bumps on eyebrows/area of procedure. Injured/inflamed skin cannot be tattooed.
  • Eczema- (Constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin). Skin is not healthy.
  • Psoriasis- (Constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin). Skin is not healthy.
  • Dermatitis- (Constant flaking/itching/irritation/shedding of skin). Skin is not healthy.
  • Rosacea- (Chronic acne-like skin indicated by redness). Skin bleeds easy and will not retain pigment well.
  • Moles/raised areas on/around area of procedure- Anything raised will not retain color.
  • Deep wrinkles in the eyebrow area- Hair-strokes will not lay properly in the creases, giving the eyebrows an uneven look
  • Fitzpatrick Skin type 1- (Redheads/translucent skin/light eyes). Due to hypersensitivity and thinness, this skin type bleeds very easily and does not take the pigment well.
  • Accutane (acne medication) within the last year- Skin composition is altered and will not heal well. Must wait 1 year before applying permanent makeup.
  • Retinol or Vitamin A user- Skin composition is altered. Must discontinue use 3 months prior to procedure. Extremely thin skin
  • Transparent or translucent skin bleeds easily and cannot hold pigment due to its thinness.
  • Tanned/Sunburnt skin- Skin is not normal color and is damaged.
  • Use of Latisse or any eyelash/eyebrow growth conditioner- Hair follicles are hypersensitive and will bleed easily.- Use must discontinued for 2 months prior to any procedure.
  • Have face/body dysmorphic disorder- Expectations can’t be met
  • Pregnant or nursing- At risk and sensitive due to change in hormones
  • Hemophilia- High risk/cannot stop bleeding
  • Heart Conditions/Pacemaker/Defibrillator (No exceptions)- High risk and on blood-thinning medications
  • Bleeding disorders- Increased bleeding which prevents pigment deposit
  • Thyroid condition and taking medication for this condition Hypo, Hyper-thyroidism, Graves Disease, Hashimoto's, etc.- Results in thicker skin.
  • Auto Immune Disorder such as LUPUS or Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia (MS, RA, Lupus or the like).- Due to the medicines to treat these diseases, the skin is altered and pigment will not retain. Also, the facial skin is not healthy and/or is bumpy, and the color will not heal evenly.
  • Trichotillomania (Compulsive pulling of body hair)- Due to constant pulling, scar tissue is prominent and pigment will not heal evenly/properly.
  • For eyeliner treatment: Using Glaucoma eye drops.- Eyelash follicles and eyelids are hypersensitive and will bleed easily and pigment will not retain.