What Is Microblading?

Girl gets microblading eyebrows measured perfectly

Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique used to simulate the appearance of natural hair strokes for people with sparse or thinning brows. Although microblading is considered a form of cosmetic tattooing (which uses machinery), microblading artists apply each "hair" stroke with a handheld microblade. This manual use of “micro” needles to delicately deposit pigment into the skin creates the most precise, hairlike strokes that look identical to natural hair!

Pigment is color-matched and hand-blended by the artist to give you the most natural looking results that blend seamlessly with your existing hair. Each client’s brows are measured and mapped carefully according to their facial structure to improve eyebrow shape and symmetry. Eyebrows are the framework of your face; microblading corrects your framework, giving your face a more balanced and beautiful appearance.

Depending on your skin type and lifestyle, results typically last 12-18 months. Most clients will require 2 appointments to achieve full results, so a follow up or ‘touch-up’ appointment is recommended 4-8 weeks following your initial service.

Unlike eyebrow tattoos which can fade to a blue or red hue, microblading fades gradually and evenly over time; it retains it's original hue and only becomes less visible as it fades.

If you have any questions whatsoever, please don't hesitate to contact us! We're more than happy to answer all of your questions and address any concerns you may have about microblading. Ensuring you are comfortable and confident in your decision to book with us is our top priority!

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