Eyebrows have always been recognized as an important feature of facial attractiveness, and brow repair is increasingly included in anti-aging therapies. Microblading is a revolutionary brow repair procedure in the realm of permanent cosmetics. Because of the interest and exposure generated by social media, it is now one of the most sought-after cosmetic procedures. With microblading, pigment is injected into the dermis layer with the assistance of a manual instrument and a blade comprised of stacked needles. For a more realistic appearance, the resulting crisp, discrete hair-like incisions mimic brow hair. The effects are semi-permanent and only last 12–18 months. With enhancements in microblading apparatus in recent years, there have been various changes in this process. Microblading is currently utilized not just for aesthetic objectives but also for dermatological disorders such as alopecia totalis, hypothyroidism, systemic therapy madarosis, and so forth. Because of its wide range of uses, it is an essential tool in any dermatological or cosmetic practice. However, as the popularity of microblading grows, so does the number of inexperienced experts conducting it, resulting in negative side effects.