Microblading is an innovative type of cosmetic semi-permanent tattooing that uses a small tool to draw little hair-like strokes on the epidermis of the skin. The difference between the two is where standard eyebrow tattooing is done with the help of a small tool and can give a stronger effect, microblading is a process of making unwanted or damaged hair look more natural by growing hair in the exact location you want it.

How Does Microblading Work?

Microblading involves a permanent tattoo artist, who is taught the use of a kit with a specific blade to plant pigment in the epidermis. They start by telling you what is the desired eyebrow shade that you want at the first date. The technician then helps you create the shape of your eyebrows which belong to the natural eyebrow growth and your facial structure. While getting the eyebrows in shape, anesthesias are applied to relieve the pain. The technician then uses a fine sharp tool to make incisions and fills them with dye that has the pigment of your natural eyebrows. This procedure is a starting point for the complete and lasting eyebrows’ shaping, and the process makes them retain for a year or three, depending on your skin type and post-care.

Benefits of Microblading

  • Natural Look: Microblading is not only aiming for a natural eyebrow line but also gives your eyebrows an absolutely natural look.
  • Pockets of Time Returned: You don’t have to outline your brows with a pencil every day.
  • Three years and counting: You don’t have to bear that shapeless, boring eyebrows anymore when you can get new ones lasting for a complete three years or longer if you take proper care of them.
  • Personalization: Let your creative juices flow and find the right shade and form of the eyebrow. 

Aftercare Tips

So that your new brows look good and last long, observe these aftercare tips religiously.

  • Avoid getting the brows wet: For the first 7 to 10 days, you may not want to engage in activities where your eyebrows might get wet, allowing them time to take in the pigment.
  • No makeups: Do not put makeup over the eyebrow area until they are healed completely.
  • Apply sunscreen: Stick the eyebrows with the use of protective layers of cloth along with the sunscreen each time you go out in the sun.
  • No sweat: Excess sweat could delay the healing process because of the wet condition of the treated area.

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