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My Experience With Micro Blading!!

A couple weeks ago I went to Grand Arc and saw the amazing Nancy to get my eyebrows micro bladed! Overall, the whole experience was great and I would recommend Grand Arc (and Nancy) for micro blading again.

When I arrived there, Nancy was waiting to show me around and begin explaining the process. She was thorough, in depth, and ensured I knew what the process entailed in full. We discussed my goals and she gave her suggestions. She then did a symmetry test and numbed me up! Then we got started. Throughout the whole experience, Nancy continuously checked in with me ensuring I was happy with the result and that my pain level remained low. Her explanation of the process truly made me feel very comfortable. We also had some great conversations which I think distracted me from any minimal pain. 


Before and After:



I've tagged the Grand Arc website (And Nancy's instagram) down below so you can book your appointment!!

Grand Arc Website:

Nancy's Instagram:

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  1. I've been looking for a place to get this done - so happy you did this review!!!! Your brows look amazing :)

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  2. Looks great! I have wanted to do this for so long, think it's time. Thanks for sharing

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