Dermaluxe Spa is your premier destination for microblading in Houston!


Microblading is a great option if your eyebrows have thinned with age, are over-plucked, suffered from hair loss, or you simply want to improve the shape and look. Whether you're looking to enhance your natural brows or create a completely new look, we're here to help you achieve your desired results. Let's start your journey to perfect brows today

Microblading $450

Microblading is a permanent makeup procedure used to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. It involves using a small handheld tool with tiny needles to deposit pigment into the skin in fine, hair-like strokes, creating a fuller and more defined eyebrow shape. The results typically last between one to three years, depending on factors such as skin type and aftercare. 

Perfection Visit $100

A touch-up visit, commonly recommended after a permanent makeup procedure, is best scheduled approximately 6 to 8 weeks after the initial session. 

3 to 6 Months $150

Touch up 3 to 6 months after last visit.

Semi-Annual $295

Touch up 6 to 12 months after last visit. 

Annual $350

Touch up 12 to 15 months after last visit. 


If any of the below apply to you, microblading is NOT a good option. If you're not sure microblading is right for you then we recommend you book for a consultation first.

  • You have moderate to extremely oily skin and/or rough textured skin, large pores, very red prone skin (rosacea), sun damaged skin or excess dead skin (keratin) build up. If any of these apply to you then a consultation is highly recommended. 
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Frequently Asked Questions

Everything You Need to Know About Microblading.

Here you can find answers to frequently asked questions. If you cannot find the answer, feel free to contact us via email or phone.

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We are committed to delivering the highest quality microblading services. Our experienced and certified technicians use state-of-the-art techniques to enhance your natural beauty. Here are some key reasons to choose Dermaluxe Spa:

  • Expert Technicians: Our technicians are highly skilled and certified in the art of microblading. They have a deep understanding of facial aesthetics and are dedicated to providing you with the best results.
  • Top-Quality Products: We use only the finest pigments and tools, ensuring your microblading procedure is safe, long-lasting, and beautiful.
  • Client-Centered Approach: Your satisfaction is our top priority. We work closely with you to achieve the look you desire, tailored to your unique features and preferences.
  • Safe and Sterile Environment: We adhere to the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene, ensuring your safety and comfort during every visit.
  • Natural-Looking Results: Our microblading technique is designed to create natural, realistic-looking eyebrows that enhance your facial features without appearing overdone.

Microblading is a permanent cosmetic procedure that involves the precise manual application of pigment to create fine hair-like strokes in the eyebrow area. The process includes the following steps:

  • Consultation: We begin with a thorough consultation to understand your goals and expectations.
  • Brow Mapping: Our technician will map out the ideal eyebrow shape for your face using precise measurements and your unique facial features.
  • Pigment Selection: We carefully select the pigment color that best matches your natural brow color and skin tone.
  • Microblading: Using a handheld microblading tool, our technician will create fine, hair-like strokes in your eyebrows, following the mapped-out design.
  • Aftercare: Proper aftercare is crucial for optimal results. You will be provided with instructions on how to care for your freshly microbladed eyebrows.

Microblading is considered permanent makeup and can last anywhere from 12 months up to 3 years. However, the longevity of the results may vary based on factors such as skin type, lifestyle, and how well you follow the aftercare instructions.


Individuals with oily skin may find that the pigments fade faster due to the natural exfoliation of the skin. Similarly, those who engage in activities that cause excessive sweating or sun exposure may also find that the results fade more quickly.


On the other hand, individuals with dry skin may find that the pigments last longer, as there is less natural exfoliation of the skin. Additionally, people who take good care of their skin and avoid activities that may cause fading of the pigments may also find that the results last longer.


Yes, a touch-up session is typically recommended 4 to 6 weeks after the initial procedure. This touch-up allows us to fine-tune and perfect the results, ensuring they are long-lasting and meet your expectations.


Yes, a consultation is a crucial part of the microblading process. During the consultation, we assess your needs, discuss your desired outcome, and provide important information about the procedure. This ensures that both you and our technician are on the same page and that your expectations are met.

Before your microblading appointment, please keep the following in mind:

  • Avoid alcohol and blood-thinning medications for 24 hours before the procedure.
  • Refrain from using retinol or vitamin A products for at least one week prior.
  • Do not consume caffeine or other stimulants on the day of your appointment.
  • Arrive with clean, makeup-free skin to ensure the best results.

If you have any more questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us. We're here to help you achieve the perfect, natural-looking eyebrows you've always wanted.

  • Skin Irritations: This includes skin conditions like acne, rosacea, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, rashes, or any active skin infections in the eyebrow area. Microblading should be postponed until these conditions have cleared.
  • Recent Botox: If you've had Botox injections in the past two weeks, it's advisable to wait a bit longer before getting microblading, as Botox can affect the position of the eyebrows. 
  • Chemical Peels or Laser Resurfacing: Microblading is not recommended within six weeks of undergoing chemical peels, laser resurfacing, or other similar skin procedures.
  • Recent Sunburn: You should avoid microblading if you've had sunburn in the past two weeks. Sunburned skin can be more sensitive and may not retain pigment effectively.
  • Accutane Use: If you have taken Accutane within the last year, it is recommended to wait until you've completed the course and your skin has stabilized before considering microblading.
  • Prone to Keloid Scarring: Individuals prone to keloid or hypertrophic scarring should approach microblading with caution, as it involves creating small incisions in the skin that could lead to scarring.
  • Extremely Oily Skin or Large Pores: These factors may affect the retention of pigment and the overall results of microblading. It's essential to discuss your specific situation and schedule a consultation.
  • Eyebrow Hair Transplant: If you've had an eyebrow hair transplant, we don’t recommend permanent makeup. 
  • Chemotherapy: Microblading should be postponed until after chemotherapy or radiation treatment is complete, and medical clearance is obtained.
  • Epilepsy: If you have epilepsy, it's essential to inform your technician, and they may recommend specific precautions before and during the procedure. Doctors note is required. 
  • Organ Transplant: Individuals with organ transplants should consult with their healthcare provider before considering microblading, as immune system function and medication regimens may be factors to consider.
  • Pacemaker or Major Heart Problems: Microblading may not be suitable for individuals with pacemakers or severe heart conditions. Consult with your healthcare provider before undergoing the procedure.
  • Pregnant or Nursing: Microblading is generally not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding due to hormonal changes, increased sensitivity and risk of infection.
  • Diabetic: Individuals with uncontrolled diabetes may experience slower healing, making microblading less ideal.
  • Sickness: If you're currently ill, such as with a cold or flu, it's advisable to postpone the procedure until you've fully recovered.
  • Viral Infections and Diseases: Active viral infections or diseases may increase the risk of complications during and after microblading. It's essential to wait until you are free of such infections before undergoing the procedure. 

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•The American Academy of Micropigmentation Permanent Makeup
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•Phi Contour
•Phi Removal
•Texas Laser & Aesthetics
•Red Cross OSHA Blood Borne Pathogen


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Sat: 9:00am - 1:00pm

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7670 Woodway Dr. Suite 268

Houston, TX 77063

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