Manual microblading is a process that involves tiny, fine-point needles (instead of a tattoo gun) that make up a small disposable blade and handle (picture a very small tool that looks like a rat-tail comb) to scratch and deposit pigment simultaneously under your skin. The result? Realistic-looking brow hairs that don't wash off.
Yes, but also, no. Unlike tattoos that last forever, microblading is a form of semi-permanent tattooing. For microblading, we use a hand tool that lets us create thinner, more precise, hair like strokes that aren’t as deeply ingrained into the skin (compared to, say, hair like strokes created by a tattoo gun). The pigment also differs from that of a tattoo because (1) it’s only semi-permanent, which means your body eventually ends up metabolizing it so it fades away, and (2) the dye particles are less concentrated in microblading ink than in the ink of a traditional tattoo.
Microblading usually lasts 1-3 years depending on your skin type (oilier skin types tend to fade the fastest), but, clients should go back after four-six weeks for a touch-up and to check-in to make sure they're happy with the end result and touch up what may have faded away. After your touch up, you typically will not need another microblading session until 12-months, depending on your skin.
Microbalding is typically good for people with normal to dry skin. People with oily or little to know brows should consider Microbalding and shading. Which is a microblading and shading of the brow to give the brow a more full and density look.
We recommend that you use A&D ointment or tea tree oil for your brows for 5 days. Do not get them wet for 7-10 days and do not pick at or peel your brows. It will take 2 weeks for them to heal depending on your skin.
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