Microblading is a permanent makeup procedure that is comprised of a manual implantation of pigment beneath the most superficial layers of the skin to mimic the appearance of hair strokes. This is also referred to as "feather stroke, 3D brows, and microstroking."
Permanent Brows, also known as tattoo brows, combo brows, powder brows are done with a tattoo machine to resemble brow makeup.
IS IT PERMANENT?
In all respects, yes, this is a permanent procedure. However, most clients will notice a decrease in darkness of the pigments as the skin accepts and heals. All cases are different, and everyone's skin is different. Most clients obtain optimal retention after one initial procedure and one touch up. Yearly touch ups are recommended, however some clients prefer to go longer between maintenance appointments.
This is a very common concern as you have most likely come to be very familiar with how your eyebrows look when filled, or penciled, in. Most likely, you will not be dissatisfied with the way that your eyebrows are mapped to your face, as this is done according to your unique facial symmetry and done in order to achieve the most aesthetically pleasing result.
Microbladed eyebrows are meant to mimic a natural brow with hair strokes and shading. In most cases, when an eyebrow is filled in manually, it is done without a gradience of color and appears rather solid. In this respect, your new eyebrows are mostly not as heavy as makeup but not jarring in difference.
Please note that we reserve the right to deny anyone of a procedure. Make sure to make your technician aware of any and all medical conditions that you have in order to ensure the safety of you and your technician.
In most cases, you may not receive microblading if you are/have: