What is microblading?
Eyebrow trends come and go, from thin to sharp to bard and bushy. The trend that we can't get enough of is microblading, a new technique that fills brows out or reshapes them by drawing on tiny lines that look like individual hairs.
How is it done and how often?
Microblading is done with a hand-held tool that puts pigment into the skin, but doesn't go as deep as a normal tattoo would. Microblading is semi-permanent. Your micobladed brows should last between one and three years, but typically is touched up every eighteen months. Two appointments are needed; one for the initial procedure and then six to eight weeks later for a touch up.
How long will my appointment take?
The actual microblading is probably the shortest part of the appointment. A lot of time is spent getting to know you and your medical condition, whats realistic for their face, and drawing on the eyebrows to make sure the client is happy with how they look. The experience technician will measure your face to find the best shape for your new eyebrows.
Not everyone can have microblading done. If you have any of the follow: