Microblading Can Help You Cover Up Old Eyebrow Tattoos
If you have tattooed brows that you are unhappy with, you can cover them up with microblading. You may dislike your tattooed brows because they’re the wrong form. If this is the case, a skilled microblading artist can modify your brows to make you feel more confident in your appearance. A microblading professional may also adjust the color of your brows. They can even repair any flaws made by the tattoo artist. Often, eyebrow tattoos are darker and less natural-looking than many people want. Traditional cosmetic tattooing involves machines implanting ink into the dermis, a deeper layer of the skin than microblading. When ink is implanted into the dermis, it increases the possibility of ink expanding and seeming unnatural.
Meanwhile, with microblading, pigments are placed less deeply into the skin. This reduces the probability of spread. Microblading is done by a trained artist who applies the pigments with tiny, hair-like strokes. The pigments resemble your actual brows, making them perfect for people who want to seem as natural as possible. Micro bladed brows fade over time, so you shouldn’t have to commit to one form or color of eyebrow for the rest of the time. Instead, you may modify your eyebrows as they fade to match your requirements. Since micro bladed brows are touched up every few months, they may always seem natural and attractive.