WHAT IS MICROBLADING?
Microblading is also known as eyebrow embroidery, eyebrow feathering, or brow micro pigmentation. It is a form of permanent makeup, however it is considered semi-permanent. Microblading is done by using a unique hand instrument with a small row of very fine needles that deposit pigment into the epidermis with a slicing, feathering strokes. The pigment is implanted in the Stratum basale, which divides the epidermis from the dermis layer of the skin. There is no machine used for this method. Because color is impacted closer to the surface of the skin, the hair strokes appear crisp and very fine. There is not a block look like traditional tattooing, nor is there any blue, grey or green fading.
The treatment lasts up to 3 years and will fade over time, however it is recommended you get a touch-up every 12-18 months for color enhancement. Fading is completely normal as your skin regenerates.
The method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows. The results of microblading appear natural regardless of the amount of hair present. Alopecia and Chemotherapy patients love microblading! As we age our eyebrows seem to fade over time due to excessive waxing, tweezing etc., microblading can be the cure. The pigments used are designed to match your original brow color and the hair strokes will blend in resulting in realistic, fuller looking brows.
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