In contrast to a brow pencil that you brush off before bed, eyebrow microblading is a more sophisticated brow process that uses a superfine row of needles to deposit color into the skin, resulting in tiny, hair-like strokes. Microblading is a permanent cosmetic method that is gaining popularity for producing extremely thick and realistic-looking brows. The therapy is similar to machine-based hair stroke cosmetic tattoos, except that the strokes are finer and not as deeply implanted into the skin. As a consequence, micro bladed brows appear to be more attractive as a consequence, but they are not as permanent as they just last 2 years.
To implant pigment, technicians utilize very thin blades to create hair-like incisions in the epidermal skin layer. Incisions are made to seem like hair strokes. These strokes are added to the new shape, and the spot is gradually thickened with further strokes and color, depending on the desired conclusion. Because our consumers are in the hands of a true artist, the technique we use produces remarkable outcomes. This is a two-part therapy that includes an initial appointment and a follow-up session.