Micro Blading Of Eye Brows
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Microblading is a cosmetic procedure in which a trained cosmetologist uses a handheld tool to create small, precise cuts in the skin in order to implant pigment into the eyebrows. This is done in order to enhance or reshape the eyebrows.
The procedure typically starts with a consultation to determine the desired shape and color of the eyebrows. The cosmetologist will then use a numbing cream to minimize any discomfort during the procedure.
During the procedure, the cosmetologist will use a handheld tool to create small, hair-like strokes in the skin, using pigment that matches the natural color of the eyebrows. The strokes are carefully placed in order to create a natural-looking shape and thickness for the eyebrows.
The entire process can take a few hours, and may require touch-up sessions in order to achieve the desired results. After the procedure, it is important to follow any aftercare instructions provided by the cosmetologist in order to ensure proper healing and maintenance of the eyebrows.
Overall, microblading can be a great option for those looking to enhance or reshape their eyebrows, but it is important to choose a trained and experienced cosmetologist in order to achieve the best results.
Most frequent questions and answers
Micro blading can last anywhere from 18 to 30 months. In general, it requires touch-ups once or twice a year. Once pigment from the procedure begins to noticeably fade, you’ll need to go back to your practitioner for a touch-up application.
Although the procedure can take upward of 2 hours, most people report only feeling minor pressure or discomfort and less pain than a typical tattoo due to the use of a numbing cream. Of course, this will depend on your own personal tolerance to pain. Some level of pain or discomfort should be expected.
It sounds scarier than it actually is, and if done correctly, it will look completely natural. People are always amazed at just how natural it looks. “You can barely tell, even up close, what is a natural hair and what is one of the strokes.”
Saline can be injected or micro bladed into the skin to remove the pigments. Remicrolading with saline essentially opens the skin and allows the saline solution to seep into the epidermis. This method theoretically removes the tattoo pigment, but can also damage the skin.
Yes, definitely! Extra hair growth will make your micro blading look more natural and could eventually eliminate the need for extra touch-ups at all.