Finding the right eyebrow microblading artist for you can be a daunting task. There are so many options available to you, but who is the right one??? Here is a list of the top 11 things you should consider when selecting your eyebrow tattoo and microblading artist.
1) Do they have a website?
This seems like a no-brainer. A website can tell you a lot about your artist. What there background is, what services they provide, price list, FAQ’s, photo gallery, contact info, etc. A website is like a quick resume that you can review before selecting if the individual is right for you.
Be weary of websites that have very little information on them. This is a clear sign that your artist does not feel it is important to provide the public with adequate information about them and their services. If they don’t invest time on their website, how much time will they invest on you?!
2) Do they have an FAQ Section?
Since no one likes to read or talk on the phone anymore, an FAQ section on a website can answer a lot of your questions, before you decide to schedule your appointment. FAQ’s can help answer more
thank 60% of your questions.
3) Do they answer your questions or return your calls?
I can’t tell you how many times I hear about businesses not returning people’s calls or emails. I strongly believe in providing the best customer service and that begins with responsiveness. I am never too busy to answer any of your inquiries. No question is ever stupid or too much. If a business feels it is unimportant to spend time communicating with you, imagine what will happen after your procedure? You should always expect to receive a response within 24 hrs.
4) Do they have Before and Afters photos?
Before and After photos are a great way to see how skilled your micrblading artist is. Does their technique and style suit your needs? Make sure that the photos are of their “actual” work and not taken off of the internet. A good indicator of authentic photos is a marking of the company logo or branding on the photograph. People who do not post their actual work either have something to hide or do not have any experience.