The Phi Brows microblading procedure creates growth by using a microblade that resembles the natural flow of hair growth, similar to eyebrow hair, for a more natural look. The main purpose of the Phi Brows process is to create brows that no one can tell have been tattooed semi-permanently. Phi brows microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow pigmentation technique that is performed manually. Phi brows microblading pigments are synthetic-organic in origin, include no nickel, heavy metals, or iron oxide, are free of allergies, are not tried on animals, and have a formula that complies with current European law.
Also, the chosen color stays consistent during this period and does not change to red or blue. Using sterile disposable equipment, the pigment is injected into the surface layer of the skin. The pigment is chosen to complement the natural color of the hair. To generate an exciting look, the strands are always pushed in the direction of natural hair growth. In the first 5 to 7 days, the color of the drawn threads is darker. After 7 days, the hairs diminish by about 40% to 50% of their intensity. If the color appears to be excessively black, do not attempt to remove it by any means. After 7 days, the color will fade as the skin heals. The period of color stability is mostly determined by skin type. On oily skin, the color will last less time.
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