Microblading is an advanced cosmetic eyebrow technique that uses a superfine row of needles to deposit pigments into the skin creating thin, hair-like strokes using semi-permanent pigmentation. Microblading is ideal for creating a very full and realistic looking brow, and is becoming an increasingly popular method in permanent and semi permanent makeup procedures.
Manual Microblading is quite similar to a hair stroke cosmetic tattoo machine method, however the strokes are finer, and are not implanted as deeply in the skin. Therefore, brows created with microblading look more realistic, but are not as permanent. They should be considered semi-permanent and usually last around 12 months before a retouch is required.
During the treatment the eyebrows are precisely measured and an outline is penciled on. The brow area is numbed, and then pigment is implanted into the epidermis (top layer) of skin directly above the dermis (second layer of skin) with the manual Microblading tool. Each drawn hair stroke is built up to form the new eyebrow within the measured shape, also known as the artist workspace. The after care is throughly explained followed by one more touch up about 60 days later to complete the final touches.