Microblading & Eyelash Extensions

Who Should Consider Microblading?

While there are thousands of eyebrow products on the market, those that tend to opt for microblading want fuller, natural-looking eyebrows but don't want the hassle of filling them in every single morning, or the worry that the pigment won't last all day

How Long Does Microblading Last?

Microblading can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on your skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, and the products that you use. However, touch-ups are commonly needed about once a year, especially for those with oily skin, as the ink tends to fade and blur faster.

What Happens at a Microblading Appointment?

After the area is sanitized and numbed, our technician consults with the client on the eyebrow shape that will be drawn on. While you can bring in pictures like a haircut, we think that in order to create a true natural-looking brow, we like to follow the direction of the natural brow hairs and takes into consideration the client's face symmetry and age. We also consult with the client on the pigment of the ink, which is chosen based off of the natural color of the brow hairs and the skin's undertone.

What Is the Aftercare Like?

After-care instructions are not merely suggestions to take lightly, as it can have a direct impact on the brow look you end up with! Our technician will go over aftercare instructions with you. Proper aftercare is crucial in order to preserve the pigment and to prevent blurring or fading. We suggest keeping them dry from water and sweat for a week or longer, and to refrain from wiping. We also recommend applying our ointment once a day to speed up healing.

Right after the treatment is done, the brows will be darker and slightly red, but the redness and the pigment will slightly fade in color as the brows heal. Additional treatments cannot be undertaken until the area has completely healed (~6 weeks). Your brows will go through many healing stages, all of which result in a beautifully healed brow.

Can Anyone Try Microblading?

People with healthy skin are good candidates for microblading. That goes a long way in tipping the scales in your favor for a safe treatment and satisfying results. Since the procedure requires traumatizing the skin, if the skin is unhealthy, the outcome will be unpredictable and most likely not ideal. That means people with bleeding disorders, active inflammatory conditions near the eyebrows like eczema or shingles, allergies to ink, taking prescription acne medications like Accutane, using products with anti-aging ingredients like retinol, and taking blood thinners or supplements may not be good candidates for microblading. Always talk with your doctor before undergoing a treatment such as microblading. What is Eyebrow Tinting? Crafting thicker eyebrows can certainly be done from home with brow pencils and serums. But if you're looking for something a little more permanent you may want to consider eyebrow tinting. Eyebrow tinting is the process of applying semi-permanent dye to enhance, shape, and define your brows. It will give your brows the appearance of thicker, more youthful looking brows. Our service includes a FREE CONSULTATION. Sessions are short and work on most skin types, skin tones and hair colors. Grey hairs can be a bit trickier. Consult with our Estheticians to see if you are a candidate! Schedule an appointment TODAY!

What Are Eyelash Extensions?

An eyelash extension is defined as one, individual lash being securely bonded to one of the clients own natural eyelashes with professional grade adhesive. This process is repeated on most of the client's natural eyelashes until they are filled in on both eyes for an a natural, seamless and lightweight alternative to mascara or strip lashes.


No need for mascara or an eyelash curler - experience longer, fuller and darker lashes. Our Lash Extensions are weightless, soft and natural looking. Results are immediately visible.

  • Semi-permanent - last several weeks.
  • Great for special occasions and regular daily wear.
  • Water-resistant - shower and swim worry free.
  • Available in various lengths, thickness and colors.
  • A relaxing procedure taking 45-120 minutes.

FULL SET / $180


Spa400's lash artist, Amanda Pufpaff, performs a "classic" style on all of her clients - meaning, that only one extension per natural lash is applied, as opposed to other styles that use multiple extensions per natural lash. Her technique ensures a long-lasting, less damaging outcome over time that won't weigh down the client's natural lashes. Amanda can make the lashes look fully voluminous, creating a dramatic effect, or have a more natural and subtle feel to enhance a client's beauty without being too noticeably obvious.

How Long Are the Lashes?

Lash extension lengths and widths are determined upon the consultation with each client. The client's desired look is taken into consideration while deciding this, however, it is important to remember that above all else, the client's quality and health of their natural eyelashes will ultimately determine the appropriate "esthetic" for their lash extensions. This professional decision will reduce or eliminate stress or damage to the client's natural lashes.

How Long Does It Take & What Is the Aftercare?

The timing for a full set of lashes is approximately 2 hours, where the fill-in appointments are roughly 1 hour up to 90 minutes. Clients are encouraged to book their fill-in appointments every 2-3 weeks to ensure proper maintenance. Any length of time longer than 3 weeks can result in an up-charge closer to the cost of a full set. Cleaning of the lash extensions between appointments is strongly recommended, as the skin's natural oils can interfere with the effectiveness of the adhesive bonding quality. It is important not to use heavy applications of eye creams or lotions, and also to NEVER use water-proof mascara on the extensions as that product can only be removed using oil-based solutions as it will break down the adhesive.

Amanda thoroughly reviews the aftercare instructions with every client, so they get the most out of the lashes.