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What Is Microblading? | Here's Everything You Need To Know.

Updated: Sep 11, 2019

Microblading is a type of permanent makeup in which a small handheld tool withholding several tiny needles at the tip, is used to add pigment to the surface of the skin (upper region of the dermis) and to draw hair-like strokes with the tool to mimic natural hairs in your brows.

Microblading the eyebrows is a relatively new method that empowers experts with the ability to draw hair-like strokes to mimic natural hairs, creating the perfect eyebrows for you. This method can be used in any situation, whether it is a health condition (alopecia, chemotherapy), permanent eyebrow damage due to many years of plucking, if you are not happy with the shape of your eyebrows, you desire thicker and fuller brows, you want to refresh your look, or if you simply desire perfect eyebrows.

Microblading has many advantages:

Our experts can design and shape your brows to make them look exactly the way you like them to look. Hair-like strokes will be drawn into your brows with the microblading tool to mimic natural hairs in your brows.

Another advantage is that microbladed brows, have the ability to be re-shaped to some extent during your touch up session. Unlike tattoos, even if you want to change your brow shape completely and make them look completely different, you can!

Since microbladed brows are not fully permanent (as some call it, they're Semi-Permanent), if you get tired of the style and shape of your brows completely, there's always the possibility to stop your touch-up sessions and let the pigment fade away over time and do a new shape and design after they've faded away.

Microblading gives you the benefit of having it both ways:

- Getting out of bed everyday without wasting precious time to fill in your brows

& at the same time

- Having the option of changing the shape and style of your brows by letting it fade away

If you like the sound of that, schedule a free consultation!

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