What is Microblading?
Microblading is a manual skill of semi-permanent eyebrow make-up. The shape of the eyebrows is carefully calculated to create symmetry and aesthetic balance. Microblading is also known as 3D Brows, Micropigmentation or Eyebrow Tattoo.
How does Microblading work?
Microblading pigment is applied into the surface layer of the eyebrow skin using sterilized tools. The pigment is chosen to match the natural hair color of the brows. After healing, the color may become several hues lighter than the natural hair color. Symmetrical results are achieved while the client 's eyes are closed and eyebrow strokes are always drawn in the direction of natural hair growth to achieve a realistic look.
Correction or "touch-up" is done 1 month after the first treatment because between 10 to 15 percent of drawn eyebrow strokes disappear after the first treatment . The color is extremely dark during the first 5 to 7 days. After 1 week, 40 to 50 percent of color intensity is lost.
Pain during microblading treatment is relative. Mild anesthetics in form of cream or liquid are used to make the treatment as comfortable as possible.
With proper Microblading After Care and touch-up, results can last up to 1 year.