Microblading, also known as 3D eyebrow embroidery, is a technique used to create eyebrow hair strokes to give the appearance of fuller and darker eyebrows. This manual method uses precision tool to deposit pigment into the epidermal and superficial dermal layers of the skin. Unlike the block-like traditional eyebrow tattoos, microblading creates subtle, natural-looking brows by mimicking the strokes of hair.
Both women and men may benefit from this procedure. Especially for those who want to correct the imperfections of the brow with a more natural-looking technique. In general, optimal results will depend on client’s skin type and whether skin has prior permanent makeup procedure. The purpose of microblading procedure is to create a natural effect utilizing hair strokes to fill gaps and correct undesirable eyebrow shapes resulting from excessive tweezing. The best results will imitate hair as much as possible and blend with existing hair.
Depending on the individuals, the entire process takes approximately 2-3 hours.
The thickness of the eyebrows immediately after the procedure will normally be 15% higher than before they will have healed. In addition, after a few days, color may be up to 30% darker. Final result after the first procedure are typically seen after 3 weeks.