Eyebrows have the ability to change your appearance. They give you confidence, help you express yourself all in a look that fits perfectly to your face. But as you age, eyebrows begin to fall and become lighter and thinner. So, what can you do to get fuller brows without having to manually fill them in daily? Microblading. In simple terms, Microblading is creating a semi-permanent tattoo where there once were eyebrows to create a thicker and fuller brow look.
Microblading can give you back that full youthful eyebrow look you want and achieve the brows of your dreams. Changing your eyebrows by just a few millimeters has a significant affect on how your eyes themselves look. No matter your age, women look younger and ultimately more attractive when their eyebrows stand out.
Microblading is a process that involves tiny, fine point needles to deposit pigment under your skin. The result? Realistic looking brow hairs that won’t wash off.
So, is Microblading a tattoo? Yes and no. Unlike tattoos that last forever, Microblading is a form of semi-permanent tattooing that creates thinner, more precise hairlike strokes that aren’t as deeply ingrained into the skin compared to strokes created by a tattoo gun. The pigment also differs from that of a tattoo because (1) it is only semi-permanent which means your body eventually ends up metabolizing it so it fades away, and (2) the dye particles are less concentrated in Microblading ink than in the ink of a traditional tattoo.
Custom colors can be achieved using several shades that compliment your hair color and skin tone so your brows will look multidimensional and real.
Before beginning, our Licensed Microblading Artist, will draw in your brows first to make sure that you like the shape before Microblading. After approving the shape, the Microblading application begins, depositing pigment into the brow area.
Microblading usually last one to two years depending on your skin type. Oilier skin types tend to fade the fastest. You should come back after six weeks for a touch up and to check in to make sure you are happy with the end result. After the first six weeks you typically won’t need a touch up for 12 months.