5801 Long Prairie Road Suite 45, Flower Mound, Texas 75028, United States

(214) 304-9574

Microblade by Cheng


Microblade by Cheng


Cheng (Alice) Ye

(214) 304-9574


The Microblading Expert
The Microblading Expert

Cheng (Alice) Ye

(214) 304-9574


About Us

Permanent Makeup Expert

       Microblade by Cheng was  Founded in Shenzhen, China in 2013. It Is a fully licensed Permanent Makeup Cosmetic Tattooing Studio. The Permanent Makeup artist, Cheng (Alice) Ye has been in the beauty industry over 10 years. She is a licensed Esthetician in both China and the US. She is also a certified makeup and tattoo artist. Microblade by Cheng is now in the US and it is our pleasure to help you enhance your natural beauty with dramatic effects or a soft and natural appearance.

       Wouldn't it be nice waking up in the morning knowing you can just walk out the door and look great, without the 30 minutes to an hour of putting on makeup...drawing on those eyebrows, eyeliners and lips? Who doesn't want sweat proof and waterproof makeup in this Texas heat? We can help you achieve all of these! We love making people feel good and  know that permanent cosmetics can do that for anyone.

        At Microblade by Cheng, all we do is permanent makeup, all day, everyday. Permanent Makeup is our sole business and our true specialty. Our goal is to create a satisfying and transformative experience for each and every guest. We are dedicated to providing an inviting atmosphere and exceptional service, so we look forward to seeing you step into our sanctuary and leave with a smile. We promise you'll look and feel renewed and refreshed.



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Microblade by Cheng

5801 Long Prairie Road Suite 45, Flower Mound, Texas 75028, United States

(214) 304-9574


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  • Men and women who wish to look their best all of the time
  • Sparse or light hair on brows or lashes
  • Hair loss due to aging, alopecia, cancer
  • Hot Climate
  • High physical activity level
  • Busy schedules
  • Allergies to Conventional Makeup
  • Correction of asymmetrical facial features or scarring
  • Diminished or no natural lip line
  • Individuals who desire convenience, saving time & money
  • Individuals who have difficulty applying makeup
  • Adding balance, symmetry and color enhancement to facial features


  • Pregnant or nursing
  • Diabetic
  • Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
  • Viral infections and/or diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Pacemaker or major heart problems
  • Organ transplant
  • Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
  • On keloid or if you have tendency to keloid
  • Taking blood thinning medication 
  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)
  • Botox in the past 2 weeks

Pre-Care and After-Care

Permanent makeup pre-treatment advise and considerations

  • Do not use aspirin or ibuprofen for 48 hours prior to the procedure. 
  • No alcohol and No caffeine on the day of the procedure. 
  • If at all possible, try to schedule the appointment before or after your menstrual cycle.


  • If you wear lash-extensions and are having the top or bottom eyeliner done, please have them professionally removed at least 3 days before the procedure, so there is no residue of glue on your eyelids.
  • Eyelashes tinting should not be done within 48 hours before, and 7 days after the procedure.
  • Contact lens wearers should not wear lenses during the procedure or until the next day after it is done. Please bring your eyeglasses to your appointment.


  • Eyebrows tinting should not be done within 48 hours before, and 7 days after the procedure.
  • No Wax before the procedure.


  • We recommend that our lip clients take an anti-viral medication for a total of 5 days (2 days prior to procedure, 3 days post-procedure)
  • Examples of Antiviral medications: Acyclovir, Famvir or Valtrex.
  • You will need to contact you physician in order to obtain your prescription strength anti-viral medication. You should inform them of your decision to have permanent makeup applied to your lips and they will need to call your prescription in for you to pick up at your pharmacy.
  •   No alcohol 24 hours before procedure.
  •  Avoid sun and tanning one week prior to procedure.
  •  Must wait a minimum 6 months after lip fillers or implant 
  • Please note: You will be more sensitive during your menstrual cycle.


  • We recommend that our lip clients take an anti-viral medication for a total of 5 days (2 days prior to procedure, 3 days post-procedure). This is to prevent cold sores or blisters.
  • Apply repair cream on lips several times a day. This should be done for at least 7 days post treatment. Do not allow lips to become dry during healing. 
  • Lips may feel dry after healed, you may wear chapstick, lip balm or some lip protectant, make sure the tube of lip product is new.
  • No soaps, cleansing creams, or chemicals on lips. Wash your face carefully avoiding the lip area for 5 days.
  • Avoid moisture to the lips such as hot soups and hot coffee for 5 days. Drink everything through a straw until lips completely peel.
  • DO NOT bite into greasy, oily, salty or spicy foods, rather cut them up and place them into your mouth.
  • While eating, do not constantly wipe your lips with a napkin or keep licking your lips at this will impede the healing process. 
  • DO NOT PICK dry healing tissue or you WILL remove the pigment color!
  • Apply cotton pad soaked with normal saline on lips for 2 minutes after procedure 4 hours, Do it three times a day for five  days after the procedure. 
  • Avoid underwater swimming and bathing for a minimum of 4 weeks to avoid bacterial infection.
  • Do not brush teeth for five days after procedure, use mouthwash. 
  •  Do not expose the lips to direct sun exposure or tanning beds for 4 weeks. 
  • No smoking, No kissing while lips are healing.
  • IMPORTANT: Minimal scabbing and/or flaking may occur 3-5 days after procedure. DO NOT pick, rub, wipe,  scratch at the scab by hands, let the scab pieces fall off naturally. 


  • Keep your treated area dry and clean for 3-5 days.
  •  Powder/ombre eyebrow can clean with cotton pad soaked with normal saline after procedure 4 hours, lightly wipe the skin tissue from the brows. Do it two times a day for four days after the procedure.
  • Do apply healing cream for about 4 days.
  • Important: Minimal scabbing and/or flaking may occur 3-5 days after procedure. Do not pick, rub, wipe, scratch at the scab by hands, let the scab pieces fall off naturally.
  • For post treatment care, only use recommended products to clean the treated area.
  • Please do not use any makeup near the procedure area including mascara and eyeliner products during healing process.
  • In the first two weeks after the treatment avoid swimming pools, sunbathing, tanning beds, sauna, and intense training accompanied by sweating (sport activities), and avoid contact with dirt/dust.
  • IMPORTANT: Failure to follow post-procedure after care may cause loss of pigment, discoloration, or infection.
  • Touch-up, if needed, must be completed within 4-12 weeks of initial procedure.



Q. What is Permanent Makeup?
A. Also referred to as Permanent Cosmetics, Cosmetic Tattooing, or Intradermal Pigmentation. It is the process of safely implanting natural pigments into the dermal layer of skin for lasting color. Micropigmentation is a modern term for this treatment, which uses the same technology as tattoo. It is a specialty within tattoo that requires specific education, training and tools. Artistic and technical skill combined with extreme attention to detail determines the final look of the inserted pigment. 
Permanent makeup is used for a variety of cosmetic enhancements, the more popular being, permanent eyebrows, eye liner, and lip liner/color. Other permanent makeup procedures include vitiligo, scar camouflage, areola restoration, hairline enhancement, and more. Permanent makeup has also been used to cover-up or improve the appearance of scarring, stretchmarks, birthmarks, freckles/age spots, and uneven skin discolorations. 

Q. What is micropigmentation?
A. This is the name of the process used to implant color in permanent makeup. Permanent makeup permanent cosmetics, micropigmentation and intradermal micropigmentation are all words used within the industry to describe cosmetic tattooing.

Q. Is it the same as a tattoo?
A. It is a form of tattoo, although different techniques and pigments are used. The equipment for the facial permanent makeup is also different than that used in traditional body art.  The true definition of a tattoo is pigment being implanted in the dermal layer of the skin. 

Q. Are there other health concerns?
A.  People with a history of cold sores need to pre-medicate with an anti-viral drug (Zoviraz, Valtrex, or Acyclovir) prior to a lip coloring procedure. People with active Glaucoma that requires eye drops to treat cannot have eyeliner due to the pressure sensitivity in the eye. Any active skin condition such as exema, psoriasis, or cystic acne in the area must have clear skin in the area being addressed at the time of the procedure.  Depending on the amount, people taking blood thinners may or may not be best candidates for permanent makeup. Prospective clients with any other chronic medical condition (metabolic) being treated by a physician should have written authorization from your doctor. Similarly, even though there has not been any documented cases related to complication(s) from permanent makeup pigments, tattoo inks or topical anesthetics, we do require a written authorization from your primary care physician or OBGYN, if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.

Q. Does it hurt?
A.  A topical anesthesia is used as needed to help pre-numb and numb the areas to be treated. This helps to alleviate any minor discomfort you may experience during the procedure. On a scale of 1 to 10, our goal is to keep the pain threshold below '2'. However, every person has a different pain threshold and level of tolerance. We will customize the anesthetic process for each individual using a variety of topical anesthetics designed specifically for the sensitive facial areas. There are circumstances that may exacerbate discomfort, such as being on or near your menstrual period, under a lot of stress, recent head/sinus cold etc.
Q. How long does a procedure take?
A. Usually, each procedure appointment is approximately two hours.  The majority of the time is spent in selecting the appropriate color for your skin, and in measuring and artistically drawing on the planned procedure prior to actually implanting the color. Adequate time is allowed for topical anesthetic to make you completely comfortable. You will also be given thorough aftercare instructions for optimum healing and outcome.

Q. Can I have eyeliner and lips and eyebrows all done at once?
A. Yes, a full-face procedure will take 3-5 hours. In fact, one advantage is that your aftercare for all the areas is all done at once. 

Q. How does the healing take place? When will I see the final result?
A. Immediately after the procedure, the area treated will look much darker and much more defined than the final results. Be prepared for the color to be significantly lighter (even 30%-50% lighter depending on numerous factors) and the overall appearance much softer and more natural after the healing occurs. It will take time for this transition, based on how quickly the outer layer of your skin exfoliates. Usually the exfoliation (peeling, flaking) process occurs about 4 to 5 days and will be complete at about day 7. The dark residual pigment is then lost, leaving a soft natural color behind. At that point the contrast between the initial intense and dark color and the new softer and lighter color may be such that you may be very disappointed. Do not worry! It is expected and normal. 

The final result is not absolute until 4 weeks. Skin tone, exfoliation, settling of the color into the dermis all contribute to the final outcome at about 4 weeks. Usually the eyebrows and eyeliner are basically healed and true to tone and depth of color after 7-10 days.  The lips go through a different type of process and often appear too light after the initial “peeling” in the first 3-5 days. The color intensity becomes more visible after 3-5 weeks. A review of the procedures will take place in 4-6 weeks after to check for perfection. At times, minor touch-ups are needed for a nominal charge, unless a full second application is desired.

Q. What factors affect how long the color lasts?
A. The skill of the technician, the quality of the pigments used, the individual's skin type, how dark the original color is, sun exposure, use of exfoliating skin-care products, and lifestyle (e.g., swimmer).

Q. I am nervous about the fact that it is permanent. How can I know what to expect before I have it done?
A. We use makeup pencils to draw it on in advance for your approval. Then we are always cautious to keep on the side of light and natural, for we can always add more color later during your follow-up visit.

Q. My lips have no color, and I want daily natural color without appearing to be made up. Can this be done?
A. Yes, this can be achieved. We custom blend all of our lip colors to the individual’s preferences. People of color with very dark natural lip tone are not good candidates for the lip procedure.

Q. Can I have lip liner only, and leave the lips natural?
A. This is not stylistically recommended. It is recommended that the lip liner be gently blended into the lip tissue just inside the borders of the lip line. That way you achieve definition and color in the lip border, can add fullness and create a perfect shape, but it doesn’t look like just a ring of color around the lips. This is a specific technique and looks best when using a natural color that mimics the interior color of your natural lip tone. 

Q. What is eyelash enhancement?
A. Eyelash enhancement is a highly recommended add-on to eyeliner. Essentially, it refers to coloring the area in between lashes of the top eyelid, which is implanted just below the eyeliner at the base of the lash line. It compliments the eyeliner which often hides behind multiple layers of lashes, creates definition and framing of the eyes, and provides a subtle and a professional look with illusion of thicker and fuller lashes. Many clients don't need to use the mascara anymore.

Q. I have little to none eyebrow hair.  Can eyebrow be made to look natural, and not "drawn on".
A. Yes! Using highly specialized techniques, we can replicate the look of natural individual hairs.  The effect looks like your own eyebrows, not like someone drew your eyebrows on with a magic marker. 

Q. I am planning a cosmetic facial procedure. Should I wait until after that for my permanent makeup?
A. Sometimes yes, sometimes no.  It depends on the cosmetic procedure you are undergoing. For example, we prefer to do lip color first before getting filler to augment the lips. We can create the perfect lip line to follow later. It is advised if planning any cosmetic procedure within 4 weeks of permanent makeup that you have a personal consultation to determine the order in which you should get your procedures done. 

Q. What is a touch-up or follow-up? How many applications are needed?
A. Touch-up, also known as follow-up procedure that may be needed in 4-6 weeks after the initial procedure. 
Although most clients are satisfied with just one application, a few may notice lack or loss of color after the healing. This happens due to different reasons including, but not limited to, individual body chemistry, swelling, bruising, bleeding, medications, etc. If a touch-up or follow-up is desired, it is scheduled approximately 4-6 weeks after the initial procedure, so that the area is healed properly, since it is merely a re-coloring of any areas that have lost color intensity. Even then, the procedure requires numbing the whole area again, and using a new set of needle, anesthetics and supplies.

Q. What is color boost or refresher? When is it required?
A. Color boost, also known as refresher, is simply boosting the color of existing color. A color boost is required, when you feel the need to use the pencil to add more color. It is advisable to have color boosts done when needed, ratherthan waiting too long which may result in a new procedure. Few clients may need the color darkened (color-boost/refresher) within one year after the procedure, while others enjoy their makeup for many more years before needing a refresher. 

Q.Is the procedure safe?

A.We strive to provide the absolute best services and of course that also means we use the best tools! All of our tools are individually packaged, single use, and adhere to the highest standards of sterilization.​  We use state-of-the art machine. The parts that actually touch the client and the needles that penetrate the skin are all pre-sterile from the manufacturer and we use medical grade needles. There is no physical way for the needles or casings to transmit air-born or blood-born diseases or bacteria within the system.  All other aspects of the procedure are done to OSHA standards – the same standards of sterility, cleanliness and patient protection used in any clinical medical setting.

Q. Why don't people who have body tattoos require a 'color boost'?
A. Actually, body tattoos do fade over time as well.  However, they don't fade as quickly due to following reasons: Permanent makeup is on the face, not on body parts which are hidden under clothing and shielded from the sun. Face is exposed to other external elements including water and chemicals during face washing and makeup application/removal. Also the chemistry on the face works at an accelerated rate as compared to body parts which is sluggish is comparison. ​The technique used in permanent makeup on the face is much different than on body parts, it is more superficially implanted. ​

Q. Does permanent makeup work on all scars?
A. Scars are very tricky to anticipate. Test patches are done to determine how receptive the scar is to the color, and what the final color will be. A scar cannot just be correctly "colored" on the initial visit. Getting it right is a process that will take more than one visit. The only scars that can successfully be camouflaged are scars that are lighter than the surrounding skin tone.  Scars that are raised or Keloids, dark red or purple scars and scars that are less than 9 months old cannot be treated.  Some individual skin types are not good candidates for the scar camouflage process. A personalized consultation will determine if this process if indicated for your situation.

Q. Are you a licensed facility? Do you follow or do you have to meet any specific federal, state, or city guidelines?
A. Microblade by Cheng is a licensed permanent makeup tattooing studio. We are licensed by Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) under Texas Department of State Health Service. Texas Department of State Health Services Drugs and Medical Devices Group is responsible for the enforcement of Health and Safety Code, Chapter 146, Tattoo and Certain Body Piercing Studio Act. We must meet/exceed Minimum Standards within 25 TAC (Texas Administrative Code).