Have you been aware of this new trend called Microblading technique?
This eyebrow trend has been growing in the cosmetic industry over the past few years. The procedure aims at making eyebrows look perfect and natural. This technique is a unique process tailored to benefit individuals who desire brow definition, to cover gaps of lost hair, to extend an area, or full reconstruction of the brows.
Other names for this permanent makeup procedure are eyebrow embroidery, microstroking, feather touch, 3D and hair like stroke. It is a form of tattooing that replaces partially or totally missing eyebrow hairs with simulated hair using fine deposits of cosmetic tattoo pigments.
Microblading is an intricate art, to say the least. This is an act where organic pigments are deposited below the outer layer of the skin, by creating fine blade-like “hair” in the brow region, artificially, and then filling it with pigment. Specialized tools are required for this procedure, and a very stable and experienced eye and hand as well. There could be chances of infection if improperly sterilized tools are used or disposable tools are reused.
There needs to be some level of caution with regard to these things. Microblading is performed using aseptic technique (as well as all permanent makeup procedures), needles are always sterile and single use, Tina and associates/ apprentices disinfect the area of the skin prior to the tattoo service and clinical grade single use associated equipment and consumables used.
Once the procedure is done, there is a possible need to touch-up the eyebrows. After one month when eyebrows are completely healed and skin has regenerated is the time to touch up any places where pigment is missing or shape needs perfecting. This needs additional level of skill and a keen eye for spotting the issues and finding proper solutions to all of them, so as to make sure that the client is fully satisfied.
Choosing an artist with expertise and impressive technique is critical for achieving impressing naturally enhanced brows. Because each stroke is done individually, Master Artist Tina B, is able to perfect the clients specific shape, color and density. It is critical to get the pigment in the proper layer of the skin. If during the procedure the pigment is applied under the skin too shallow or too deep, there is a risk of the color of the pigment turning ashy or poor retention.
If after the procedure, the client should follow aftercare instructions given them correctly. The customer needs to keep the eyebrows clean to prevent infection. Ointment will be given and specific directions to follow. Never let a layer of crust form on the eyebrows, which can take off a significant percentage of pigment. Sometimes even with the greatest of care the eyebrows will need a little touching up in a month.
Factors to consider
If the customer has oily skin some lines will appear blurred.
It is better to procedure before or after au radiation or chemo.
If you are pregnant and don’t have a waiver from the doctor we will have an additional consent and release form for you to sign.