Microblading & Machine Brows
What is Microblading?
Microblading is a manual permanent makeup procedure where the pigment is deposited superficially in the upper region of the dermis using a handheld tool, called a microblade. This procedure allows the artist to dramatically correct or fully reconstruct any lost eyebrows by creating the individual strokes. The strokes are fine, crisp, and have extraordinary definition and dimension. They are made to mimic the clients natural brow color, texture, and growth pattern.
Who does Microblading benefit?
All autoimmune diseases put hair at risk, as well as alopecia, cancer, trichotillomania, stress, or any other condition that causes hair loss. Additionally, this procedure can be hugely beneficial to people who have over-tweezed, over-waxed or simply not happy with the shape or symmetry of their eyebrows.
Microblading is a two step process, therefor, It is imperative to have a touch up done after 6-8 weeks. During the second session, you can adjust the color (darken), shape, add more strokes and/or add shading to complete the desired look. An annual touch up is recommended to retain the shape and saturation of pigment.