Microblading

The Future of Eyebrow Permanent Makeup

We believe this technique is the future of eyebrow permanent makeup, and definitely opens new doors for a variety of new clients, including younger clients, who were afraid before to do eyebrow permanent makeup with the traditional machine. 

Manual Microblading is done by using a unique hand held instrument with a grouping of very fine needles in a row that deposit pigment into the dermis with stroking movements. 

This semi-permanent procedure creates the most natural looking eyebrows because the strokes are so fine that it actually looks like the client's own hair. Because the goal of Microblading is to appear more natural, no wonder it is becoming the most sought after procedure in the permanent makeup world. 

Semi-Permanent Makeup

The Microblading technique, sometimes referred to as Eyebrow Embroidery, Feather Brows, and 3D or 6D Brows, is the manual method of permanent makeup done with a hand held tool. 

This technique originated in Asia and has become very popular in the last few years all across the world. 

This technique creates very crisp, fine hair strokes that don't blur after healing that can sometimes be seen with some traditional permanent cosmetic machines. 

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Who is microblading for?

Microblading is for both men and women who want to effortlessly and naturally look their best at all times.

Is microblading suitable for all skin tones and skin types?

Yes! Regardless of skin tone or color, microblading can be used on anyone.

How will I look immediately after microblading?

For a few days after your microblading procedure, your eyebrows appear darker and more intense than usual. During the healing process, this will gradually lighten. There may be some redness and swelling.

How long does microblading last?

Microblading pigments are not embedded as deeply into the skin as traditional eyebrow tattoos, so the area will naturally fade over time. Based on skin type (normal, oily, dry) and age (young/mature), microblading typically lasts 1-3 years.