Microblading is a tattoo/permanent make up procedure using a microblade hand tool and a technique that has been used in the East for centuries. It has recently hit the West and become very popular. Pigment is deposited into the dermal layer of the skin in hair stroke technique to mimic real hair and is ideal for anyone looking to enhance their eyebrows. The results are natural looking regardless of the amount of hair present.
Fine blades are used to deposit pigment under the epidermis and above the dermis. We imprint the blade into the skin in the basal membrane in thin hair like movements to give an impression of real brows. This makes the process more superficial than tattooing.
Microblading is the only form of tattooing that will completely disappear from the skin after a period of approximately 18 months. However a colour boost is recommended once a year to maintain the crisp hair strokes that were implanted.
microblading is a skill, it requires intensive training carried out over months not days. in order to get the best treatment you must research and find the most qualified. it is not a treatment that can be learnt in days.
If the treatment is carried out by an inexperienced, underqualified artist problems such as ink migration can occur, scarring and permanent damage to the area.
Answer yes to any of the above questions then microblading is for you.
You will be happy to be assured that as opposed to tattooing, microblading is much less painful.
In a scale of 1-10, people have rated it as 3. This is mild irritation during the procedure, and perfectly normal afterwards.
You will also not have that redness in the skin which is typical of the people who have had tattoos done.
This is why microblading is the option of choice for most people who want to look flawless.
The durability of micro blade pigment under the skin is around 1-2 years, depending on each client. A lot of factors will determine the result, the skin type, how the brows are maintained, UV exposure, products used on the skin etc