Microblading has been around for over a year. This cosmetic procedure appeals to those who want perfectly shaped eyebrows day and night. It’s an excellent alternative to permanent tattooing, offering a more natural look. Since microblading is quite new, most people have never heard of it.
Let’s find it out how it works and what to expect:
What Is Microblading?
This cosmetic technique creates subtle, natural-looking eyebrows. The results are temporary and last for one to three years. The difference between a permanent tattoo and microblading is how deeply the ink is injected into your skin. Artists who specialize in microblading use a small tool or digital pen with micro-needles at the end to create hair strokes. Compared to permanent tattooing, the ink doesn’t go as deep.
The color and shape of your new eyebrows will fade out naturally over time. However, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. After all, you don’t want to be stuck with the same brow shape for life. Your face changes over the years, so your eyebrows will need a makeover at some point.
Microblading is a two-part process. After the initial session, you’ll need a touch-up four to six weeks later. Yearly touch-ups are recommended too. If you’re not happy with the results, you can request changes during the touch-up session. Prices vary from $400 to $1,400 based on the artist’s expertise and location.
Is Microblading Worth It?
This cosmetic treatment fills brows out and improves their shape by drawing on fine lines. A typical session lasts about two hours and requires no downtime. You can go home or return to work right away. However, it takes between 25 and 30 days for your skin to heal completely.
Compared to eyebrow extensions, this technique requires little maintenance. You can touch your eyebrows anytime, go swimming, and use standard makeup removers. It’s no need to buy special treatments or book weekly sessions. Although microblading costs slightly more than other treatments, waking up every morning with perfect brows is worth the price.