Microblading is without a doubt an artistry that requires precision and expertise. In order to correctly fix tiny strokes without injuring the skin, our artists have an extensive understanding of skin anatomy and skin building. At the same time, to develop a finished service where the recovered shade is matched to your skin tone, we have an in-depth understanding of skin type, complexion, and colour concept.

Microblading is a kind of minimally invasive brow tattooing in which we will manually cut a lacerated notch within the skin. The teeny gap is doused with pigments, and when the eyebrow heals over the next few days, the outcome is clear hairstrokes that look like regular eyebrow hair.

After the colour soak, neutrophil cells are brought to the pigment-filled cut, and later on, the surface area is removed, leaving the incision filled with both pigment and cells. If it is placed correctly in the dermis, the pigment will readily blend into the skin.

Reshape and redefine

The idea that microblading is a semi-permanent technique is common, but it’s incorrect. Microblading, also referred to as a tattoo, is a lifelong pigment enhancement. Associated with a common misconception that the hair-like strokes produced by this treatment are semi-permanent and only last 9 to 18 months, this treatment option has recently gained popularity.

You can expect some tenderness and pain since eyebrow microblading requires many micro breaks in the skin to make slits that are filled with colour. To minimize the discomfort, a numbing anesthetic cream is applied to the affected area and left to work for half an hour. Numbing cream can also be administered if the pain increases while the treatment is being done.

Frequently Asked Questions

The level of discomfort experienced during microblading varies from person to person. Before the procedure, a topical numbing cream is typically applied to minimize any potential discomfort. Most individuals describe the sensation as a mild scratching feeling or slight discomfort.

Microbladed eyebrows are considered semi-permanent, meaning they can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on various factors such as skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare. Periodic touch-up sessions are recommended to maintain the desired shape and color over time.

Proper aftercare is crucial for the healing and longevity of your microbladed eyebrows. Your technician will provide you with detailed aftercare instructions, which may include avoiding excessive water exposure, applying a healing ointment, and avoiding picking or scratching the treated area.