What is Microblading?
Microblading is semi-permanent tattoo technique used on the eyebrows to create, enhance, or reshape the appearance of the shape and color of the brows. This technique is performed by a handheld tool with 10-12 small needles at the end, placing a semi-permanent, medical grade pigment delicately on the epidermis layer of the skin. Unlike traditional eyebrow tattoos, microblading does not penetrate deeply to the skin, and creates natural, hair-like strokes to the eyebrows. Depending on a person’s skin type, microblading will last between 12-18 months.
Who is it for?
Microblading is ideal for someone who has experienced hair loss to the eyebrows and who wants to a fuller, natural looking eyebrows. Microblading can also be a great option for naturally sparse brows or lack of hair growth due to a health condition.
Who is not a candidate?
Certain pre-existing conditions and situations will not be ideal for microblading such as:
What are the benefits?
Microblading is a safe, noninvasive procedure to create a customized effect to the eyebrows for each individual’s preferences. The pigments used will not smudge or smear and will reduce the amount of time needed to fill in the eyebrows with products. It is a virtually painless procedure that will provide 1-3 years lasting results.