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Get the eyebrows you’ve always wanted by top Nashville microblading experts

Are you searching for a way to enhance your current style or aesthetics? The Glamhouse Nashville is the place to go in Music City for high-quality, beautiful Nashville microblading and other semi-permanent makeup services. Our microblading clients can rest assured that they will receive safe and expert microblading treatments from our certified and experienced staff. The Glamhouse Nashville offers a wide variety of cosmetic services, ranging from natural to dramatic brows to power ombre, wax shape up, and more. Book today and feel your best tomorrow!

The Glamhouse Nashville provides top rated Nashville microblading services.

If you’re looking to add a touch of glamor to your look, microblading is a great option. Eyebrow microblading is a minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure using semi-permanent makeup to create fuller-looking eyebrows. Whether you want natural looking or dramatic brows, we have the perfect treatment for you! Book your microblading Nashville appointment today.

Nashville’s Top Microblading Artists

Eyebrow microblading is a popular semi-permanent makeup technique that involves using a handheld tool to deposit pigment into the skin to create the appearance of natural, beautiful, hair-like strokes in the eyebrows. It is a minimally-invasive, virtually painless cosmetic procedure, and in just one session, the professional Nashville microblading artists at The Glamhouse Nashville can help turn thin or neglected brows into beautiful looking ones.

There are several benefits to eyebrows microblading:

  1. Natural-looking brows: One of the main benefits of microblading is that it creates very natural-looking brows. This procedure involves creating individual, hair-like strokes, rather than filling in the entire brow area with a solid color. This creates more beautiful, natural looking brows that is less noticeable than traditional brow makeup.
  2. Long-lasting: Eyebrows microblading typically lasts for about one to three years, depending on factors such as the individual’s skin type and lifestyle. This makes it a longer-lasting option compared to traditional brow makeup, which requires daily application. Perfect for men and women who don’t want a high frequency treatment for their brows, such as with threading.
  3. Time-saving: Eyebrows microblading can save time in the morning, as you won’t need to spend time filling in your eyebrows with makeup. This is ideal for people with thin or uneven eyebrows who may looking for a solution to achieve natural-looking brows without makeup.
  4. Low maintenance: Because eyebrows microblading is a semi-permanent treatment, it requires minimal maintenance compared to traditional brow makeup. You will only need to get touch-ups for your brows every six to twelve months to maintain the desired results. Eyebrows microblading is different from traditional eyebrow tattooing in that it is not permanent and does not use ink.

How The Microblading Procedure Works

  1. Preparing the skin: Before the microblading procedure begins, the technician will clean the brow area and apply a topical numbing cream to your brows to help reduce any discomfort and make the procedure virtually painless. They will then draw a rough outline of the brow shape using an eyebrow pencil to ensure that the final shape is beautiful, symmetrical and to your liking.
  2. Applying pigment: Once the shape of the brows has been approved, the technician will begin the microblading process. Using a handheld tool, they will carefully draw individual, hair-like strokes into the skin using a pigment that matches your natural brow color. The strokes are made by inserting the pigment into the top layers of the skin using a fine, needle-like blade.
  3. Aftercare instructions: After the microblading procedure is complete, the technician will give you aftercare instructions, which may include avoiding sweating or getting the area wet for the first few days, avoiding certain skincare products or makeup on your brows, and applying a thin layer of ointment to the brow area for the first few days. It is important to follow these instructions to ensure proper healing and optimal results.
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Before & After

Here are just a few before and after shots of our brow clients.

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Nashville Neighborhoods We Serve

  1. Downtown Nashville
  2. The Gulch
  3. East Nashville
  4. 12South
  5. Germantown
  6. Sylvan Park
  7. Brentwood
  8. Green Hills
  9. Belle Meade
  10. Franklin


Nearby Historic Landmarks

Historic Tours of Nashville

Sylvan Park
Tourist attraction
Historic Tours of Nashville, 4408 Wyoming Ave, Nashville, TN 37209

The Parthenon

Tourist attraction, Monument, Museum, Non-profit organization, Art museum
The Parthenon, 2500 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
Built in 1897, this full-scale replica of the Athenian Parthenon also houses American art galleries.

United Nations Nashville Visit Historical Marker

Historical landmark
United Nations Nashville Visit Historical Marker, 2500 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37232

Marathon Village

Watkins Park
Shopping mall, Banquet hall
Marathon Village, 1305 Clinton St STE 100, Nashville, TN 37203
Shops, offices & historical information inside in a brick former auto factory built in 1881.

Music Row | Nashville

Music Row
Tourist attraction
Music Row | Nashville, Nashville, TN 37203

Historical Marker – Germantown Historic District

Historical landmark
Historical Marker - Germantown Historic District, Nashville, TN 37208

Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park

North Capitol
Tourist attraction, Memorial park, State park
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, 600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37243
This 19-acre plaza tells the story of the state’s history through plaques, tours & water fountains.

Belmont Mansion

Museum, Wedding venue
Belmont Mansion, Belmont University campus corner of Acklen Avenue & Belmont Blvd - behind Freeman Hall, 1901 15th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212
This stately mansion built in 1853 for a cotton heiress now operates as a historic house museum.

President James K. Polk Tomb

North Capitol
Tourist attraction, Tomb
President James K. Polk Tomb, 600 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37219

Andrew Jackson Statue

North Capitol
Historical landmark, Tourist attraction
Andrew Jackson Statue, 471-599 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219

Historic Doctors Building Plaque

Historical landmark
Historic Doctors Building Plaque, 700 Church St, Nashville, TN 37203

Nashville WhatLiftsYou Wings Mural

The Gulch
Tourist attraction
Nashville WhatLiftsYou Wings Mural, 302 11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
Pairs of intricate, white lace wings adorning a black wall by Kelsey Montague, popular for photos.

Downtown Presbyterian Church

Tourist attraction, Church, Presbyterian church
Downtown Presbyterian Church, 154 Rep. John Lewis Way N, Nashville, TN 37219
William Strickland–designed 1840s church that served as a hospital during the American Civil War.

Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery

Historical landmark, Event venue, Tourist attraction, Restaurant, Wedding venue, Winery
Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery, 5025 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37205
Greek Revival-style plantation house & grounds dating to the 1840s, with a winery & event spaces.

Birth of Bluegrass Historical Marker

Historical landmark
Birth of Bluegrass Historical Marker, 132-178 Opry Pl, Nashville, TN 37219

Walk of Fame Park

Tourist attraction, Memorial park
Walk of Fame Park, 121 4th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
Star-studded pavement honoring Nashville music legends alongside the Nashville Music Garden.

Hatch Show Print

Tourist attraction, Commercial printer, Print shop
Hatch Show Print, 224 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203
Legendary design shop known for its woodblock prints of classic country music stars, with tours.

Fort Nashboro

Historical place, Tourist attraction
Fort Nashboro, 170 1st Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201
1780 log-cabin outpost, the foundation of Nashville, built by pioneers led by James Robertson.

Old Town Trolley Tours Nashville

The District
Sightseeing tour agency, Bus tour agency, Tour agency, Tourist attraction, Tourist information center
Old Town Trolley Tours Nashville, 201 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge

Bridge, Tourist attraction
John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, Nashville, TN 37213
3,150-ft. pedestrian-only truss bridge over the Cumberland River, offering views of downtown.

Fort Negley

South Nashville
Historical landmark
Fort Negley, 1100 Fort Negley Blvd, Nashville, TN 37203
Overlooking the city, this celebrated park boasts the ruins of a Civil War fort & a visitor center.

First Fort and soliders grave yards in old South West

Historical landmark
First Fort and soliders grave yards in old South West, Nashville, TN 37218


West Meade
Historical landmark, Art museum, Botanical garden, Sculpture, Sculpture museum, Tourist attraction, Wedding venue
Cheekwood, 1200 Forrest Park Dr, Nashville, TN 37205
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens’ eatery offers elevated cafe fare in a polished space by the west lawn.

Shy’s Hill

Burton Valley
Historical place, Tourist attraction
Shy's Hill, Benton Smith Rd, Nashville, TN 37215
This site of a Civil War conflict has a walking trail, commemorative stone markers & scenic views.

Sri Ganesha Temple in Nashville

Tourist attraction, Hindu temple
Sri Ganesha Temple in Nashville, 527 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, TN 37209

Historic Valve House at Radnor Lake

Historical landmark
Historic Valve House at Radnor Lake, Oak Hill, TN 37220

Historic Travellers Rest Historic House Museum

Crieve Hall
Historical landmark, Event venue, Local history museum, History museum, Tourist attraction
Historic Travellers Rest Historic House Museum, 636 Farrell Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37220
Andrew Jackson & Civil War history at a 1799 house & estate showcasing pre-1840 antique furniture.

Old Harding Pike Historic Marker

Historical landmark
Old Harding Pike Historic Marker, Old Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37221

Frequently Asked Questions About Microblading

    1. What is eyebrow microblading?

      Eyebrow microblading is a form of permanent makeup that provides thin or missing eyebrow hair the appearance of real hair using small deposits of pigment into the epidermis. It is used to create the appearance of natural, hair-like strokes in the eyebrows.

    2. Is eyebrow microblading painful?

      Some people may experience mild discomfort during the eyebrow microblading process, but it is generally not considered to be painful. Your technician may apply a numbing cream to your brows to help reduce any discomfort.

    3. How long does microblading last?

      Microblading brows typically lasts for about one to three years, depending on factors such as the individual’s skin type and lifestyle. It is recommended to get touch-ups every six to twelve months to maintain the desired results.

    4. Can anyone get microblading?

      Not everyone is a good candidate for microblading. Those with certain medical conditions, such as diabetes or autoimmune disorders, may not be able to get microblading. It is important to consult with a trained and licensed professional to determine if microblading is right for you.

    5. What is the recovery process like after microblading?

      After microblading, the treated area may be red, swollen, and slightly tender for the first 24-48 hours. You should avoid applying makeup or skincare products to the area and avoid sweating or getting the area wet for the first few days. It is also important to follow your technician’s aftercare instructions to ensure proper healing and optimal results.

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