Eyebrow Micro Blading

 

              

Microblading is a method of semi-permanent eyebrow drawing. It is done using a very fine blade to deposit pigments into the outer layer of the skin which is called epidermis. Because the color is closer to the surface, the strokes appear crisp and very fine, but do not blur after healing.

 

The difference to ordinary permanent make-up is that Microblading is not done by a machine. The pigments are manually placed into the skin using Microblading manual pen which is equipped with sterile packaged blades (U-shape). The blade glides with gentle pressure over the skin and causes a fine cut. The cut is as fine as a papercut and you can hardly distinguish it from real hair.

Microblading comes with many techniques and approaches. There are 3D Eyebrows, where the hairstrokes are laid out in a specific pattern across the eyebrow ridges, creating a 3D effect. There are also 6D Eyebrows where the actual depth of the microblade varies on each individual hair stroke that also includes shading. This creates an even more dimensional, fuller, and natural result. Microblading is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows. The results are natural looking, hair-like strokes, regardless of the amount of hair present.  People, who are suffering from alopecia, trigonometrical or any other condition that causes hair loss, can benefit greatly from Microblading, as well as people who simply aren't happy with their eyebrows. This procedure is perfect for both men ​women

        

Microblading typically takes two appointments to complete. In the first appointment, the client is profiled and the eyebrows are drawn on with a waterproof pencil, so the artist and client can agree on the look. The artist then microblades the eyebrows and the client is ready to go back into the world. There is some mild scabbing and aftercare required, but your microblading should be completely healed in 30 days.

 

The second appointment is a touch up at least 30 days after the first session. This allows enough time for the ink in the epidermis to naturally slough off, and the color to settle into your skin. In the touch up appointment, the artist can see how your skin has received the ink and make any necessary corrections.

 

Sometimes a client’s skin undertones may have unexpected effects on the ink's color, and the artist may need to add color to adjust. These kind of corrections are normal with any microblading artist and an essential part of the process, as everyone’s skin is different and receives ink differently.

 

 

 

 

 

 



    





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