Having a good eyebrow can help accentuate the eyes, shape the face, and make one become more pretty and beautiful. However, not everyone is born with perfectly-manicured brows and drawing the eyebrows every day is such a tedious task, so that’s why we need EYEBROW MICROBLADING, a newish semi-permanent technology which can help us reconstruct the brows, fill the gaps or even cover the over-plucked areas.
What Is Micorblading
Eyebrow microblading is used to provide a semi-permeant and full camouflage to a missing eyebrow hair with a real hair appearance by using unique cosmetic tattoo technique that deposits a small amount of pigment into the outer layer of skin to create fine hair strokes.
Eyebrow microblading can be used to enhance or produce a unique eyebrow design, to mitigate the effects of hair gaps, to extend the eyebrows or as full eyebrow reconstruction technique. Each microblade stroke is applied uniquely, thereby allowing the individual to control the color, density, and shape of the eyebrows.
It is a non-invasive cosmetic approach and topical anesthetics will be used to reduce any pain and discomfort. If done by the right person, results will last for a long duration averaging in between 18-24 months, especially with the appropriate care.
Three Types of Technique
The popularity of microblading also spawned microshading and microfeathering. Well, let’s see what are their differences.
Microshading employs a stippling method, which gives broader coverage and will create a soft, powdered effect that resembles eyebrow powder.
As for microfeathering, the brow artist will use ones existing brow hairs as the base and simply fills it in as needed. It will create a natural, fluffy-looking brow.
Microblading is best for anyone who wants a natural brow look. It is a technique to resemble one’s individual hair strokes. The pen is so fine so it can easily create a very natural look.
Frequently Asked Questions
Semi-permanent make up lasts anywhere between 2 to 3years, it really depends on where you go and what type of machine and pigment they use, and how well your skin takes the pigment. No two people are the same.
For best results avoid drinking electrolytes for five days prior. Do not consume alcohol within twenty-four hours before your appointment. Come in with a fresh face and avoid shaping or waxing your brows before your appointment. Our technicians will shape your eyebrows the day of the appointment.
The color will appear darker through the first week or so. After seven to ten days, exfoliation takes place. The top layer of the skin peels off, leaving a softer, lighter color below. As the treated area continues to heal, itching may occur. Itching is a good sign as it means the skin is healing. The complete healing process for eyebrow microblading typically takes six weeks and then a touch up appointment follows.
Avoid chlorine, exfoliation creams, and sun exposure since they may cause your color to fade. Scented soaps can strip the color similar to a regular tattoo. Use minimal water during this time and avoid saturating your brows in the shower. Do not scratch off any potential skin that is drying and flaking. The healing process needs to be natural for best results. Avoiding extreme heat or exercise to avoid sweat is also important.
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