Thursday, December 1, 2016



Microblading, also referred to as eyebrow embroidery, feathering, etching, or shading, is a semi-permanent makeup technique that has been gaining popularity worldwide since the early 2000’s. Originally designed to help post-chemotherapy patients, microblading has become one of the most sought-after beauty procedures.  Like tattooing, a small (micro) blade is used to deposit pigment underneath the epidermis.

 The microblade has 7-18 microneedles when applied give the appearance of hair-like strokes.  Unlike a traditional tattoo, the pigment or color is impacted closer to skin’s surface using a microblading pen instead of a tattooing machine.

The microblading method is perfect for anyone who wants to enhance the appearance of their eyebrows. Regardless of the amount of existing natural hair, the hair-like strokes look astoundingly real.

Ideal microblading candidates are people who suffer from trigonometrical, alopecia, other hair-loss disorders or simply for someone who desires to alter the appearance of their natural brows.

Pigments used are totally different from tattoo ink, as they are specifically formulated to match the client’s natural brow color. Certain pigments have different undertones that are complementary to different skin tones.  

The realistic results last 1-3 years and are unapparelled, making microblading the number eyebrow solution.

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