What Is microblading?
Anyone without naturally perfect eyebrows, or who lived through the trendy times where thin-was-in, or took the advice of the nail technician before he/she did the waxing, can benefit from microblading. It’s like a time machine where you can right the wrongs of threading and plucking.
Eyebrow microblading makes it possible to reclaim those brows of yesteryear and gives a little push to help our brows be close to as naturally perfect as possible.
The difference to permanent makeup
Microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo. A microblade tool is a series of micro needles. The microblade is dipped into a pigment and then used to make a fine cut in the skin. Unlike a tattoo gun, the microblading process requires only a “scratch” of the surface between the dermal and epidermal junction. This means the depth is not as deep as a regular tattoo. If you know anyone with permanent makeup on their eyebrows, they probably suffer from looking like they took a Sharpie to their forehead.
Microblading looks more natural and less harsh than permanent makeup tends to look because the pigment used for microblading has an iron oxide base. This type of base allows the color to softly fade over time. Inks used in permanent cosmetic tattoos are forever.
The iron oxide base and correct depth of application results in natural looking eyebrows without the unnatural shades common with permanent cosmetics.
Beauty routine time saver
Wake up and have perfectly brushed and filled eyebrows. Typically lasting somewhere between one to three years depending on your skin type and lifestyle. With all the time saved from having to perfect those lines and searching for the right brow fill, pencil, gel, or brush you can sleep in for a few more minutes every morning.