Keeping your eyebrows looking great can be a hassle, even for those lucky individuals who are gifted with good-looking brows. The amount of time spent plucking, sculpting, coloring and shaping your brows can be overwhelming when you just want to go out and have a little fun.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could wake up every day without having to worry about whether your brows are evened out or filled in correctly? Or better yet, knowing you don’t have to do anything at all with your eyebrows?
You can. Microblading helps you keep your eyebrows looking great all day and all night.
The Microblading Procedure
Thanks to a technique involving detailed cosmetic tattoo pigments, microblading is itself a form of cosmetic tattooing.
But microblading so much more than just a conventional tattoo. Rather than using a machine, a skilled professional uses a specialized microblading pen with extremely fine tattooing needles to hand-draw the new brows hair by hair, stroke by stoke.
Choosing a Microblading Specialist
The best way to decide where to get microblading done is to look at results. Examine before and after photos so you can see for yourself if you are happy with the look that has been achieved on other patients.
Another important point to know is that microblading is a meticulous process that can take about two hours to complete—and if it’s less than that, it probably isn’t being done correctly or expertly. You want someone who is going to take the time to do it right.
You may have heard that microblading is expensive. But the truth is that the price of microblading can vary from person to person. Everyone’s brows are different, and your eyebrows may require considerably less work than someone else. The best way to find out what the cost will be for you is to come in for a consultation.
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There are many factors involved in properly performing the microblading procedure. A person’s skin type, the size of the pores, whether the skin is oily, normal or dry, the sensitivity of the skin, whether the hair is light or dark, how much existing hair there is on the eyebrows—all of these things can influence the tools and techniques required to give you perfect brows. It’s important to consult with our experts to find out if microblading is right for you.