It is fine to  call eyebrow the   most important feature of the face because  they  serve as its frame and draws attention to the eyes.

Though  many ladies  often desire perfect eyebrows, they  end up having too thin brows with sparse hair and in some cases, the entire area will be bald. This have so far discouraged  many.

Now ladies  have resorted to using pencils of different shades and eyebrow gels and the likes to fill in the brows to the desired shape, a tedious task that is prone to mistakes and sometimes end up looking disastrous. Hence the  reason microblading was introduced to serve as a solution.

 

The term ‘microblading’ has been floating around for years and is only just gaining proper recognition.Microblading is a semipermanent process that can be used to cover gaps or lost hair, to extend the brows or for total brow reconstruction, for cases where the brows have little to no hair.

How It Is Being Done
Microblading is likened to a cosmetic tattoo that begins by outlining the brows with a removable pencil to create the shape that would eventually be worked with.
The shape drawn is usually one that best fits the client.

A state of the art tool filled with nine or more tiny needles is then used to create precise, hair-like strokes that are not deeply ingrained into the skin, unlike tattoos. Total control is conferred upon by the technician and the strokes come out looking more refined. The strokes made are so light that they end just under the first layer if the skin.

After making these tiny superficial cuts, a pigment is deposited over the the already drawn arches and allowed to seep through the hair-like wounds.

There is only a slight discomfort in the procedure and the result is ready for selfies when finished!

The process which lasts for approximately two hours requires low maintenance, only requiring touchups once in a while and can last for up to 2 to 3 years, depending on an individual’s skin retention ability and the type of pigment used.

 

 

People often ask, *what is the difference between microblading and tattoo?*
The difference is quite clear. Eyebrow tattoo is a permanent procedure that involves using a machine (tattoo gun) to introduce pigment into the skin. Microblading involves using a shallow, Hand held tool with nine or more tiny needles to make shallow, razorlike cuts on the surface of the akin and then the pigment is allowed to seep in.

Where as an eyebrow tattoo is an unnatural- looking solid line, microblading looks real.

Micro blading is a trending procedure amongst ladies, fast gain in popularity as it saves time and stress of drawing a brow.

Here are the top benefits of microblading

1.It saves time

If you always spend a lot of time in the mornings to get ready, you can think about going for microblading. It can cut down the preparation time by a significant amount. Most of the women are tired of this ritual process that they will have to go through every single day in order to make them presentable to the world. Since this is a permanent makeup, you will be able to get rid of this hassle for the rest of your life.

 

2. It looks natural and perfect
Though it is artificial but you need nit bother because it appears very natural. Eyebrow microblading is powerful enough to deliver natural looking eyebrows . This can be considered as the main reason why this technique is recommended for individuals who are suffering from hair loss or skin diseases such as alopecia. Cancer patients, who have lost eyebrows due to chemotherapy, can also think about following microblading to get effective results.

3. It stays intact always
Eyebrow microblading technique has the ability to implant pigments to the first three layers of your skin. Therefore, you don’t need to think about adding any makeup. This would give you the opportunity to take part in a variety of physical activities, instead of worrying about the way you look.

 

Now with all we have explained  so  far have you  been able to understand how microblading will work for you ?  If yes then you should get one.

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