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Eyebrow Microblading

Microblading is a technique of cosmetic tattooing performed specifically on the eyebrows. Like earlier methods of cosmetic tattooing, it is done by manually depositing pigment into the second layer of the skin (dermis). But what makes it truly unique is the hand tool used. The unique formation of microblading needles allows the artist to create the look of real eyebrow hairs by tattooing very fine hair-like strokes in the skin.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing technique used to enhance and shape eyebrows by creating hair-like strokes using a  handheld microblade.

Microblading typically lasts between 1 to 2 years, with factors such as skin type, aftercare, and individual lifestyle influencing the duration.

While pain tolerance varies, most clients report mild discomfort during the procedure. Topical numbing creams are applied before and during the process to minimize any potential pain.

The initial microblading session usually takes around 2 to 3 hours, including consultation, design, numbing, and the actual microblading process.

Initial healing takes about 1 to 2 weeks, during which the eyebrows may appear darker. Full healing and final color results are typically visible within 4 to 6 weeks.

Yes, clients work closely with the microblading artist to design the desired eyebrow shape and choose a color that complements their natural features.

It's advisable to avoid wearing makeup on the eyebrow area for at least a week after microblading to allow for proper healing. Once healed, makeup can be applied as usual.

When performed by a trained and certified professional using sterile equipment and high-quality pigments, microblading is generally safe. Adhering to aftercare instructions is crucial for minimizing the risk of complications.

Individuals with allergies or sensitive skin should inform their microblading artist beforehand. A patch test may be recommended to check for any adverse reactions to the pigments.

Touch-up sessions are recommended 4 to 6 weeks after the initial procedure to address any fading and ensure the brows' symmetry and color. After the initial touch-up, clients may need yearly touch-ups to maintain the results.

While microblading can be done on oily skin, individuals with very oily skin may experience slightly shorter pigment retention. The microblading artist can provide guidance on expectations and aftercare.

It's recommended to avoid direct sunlight, swimming, and certain skincare products during the initial healing period. Clients should refrain from picking at scabs or peeling skin to ensure proper healing.

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