What is Microbalding?
Microblading is a semi-permanent form of cosmetic tattooing. However, in contrast to typical tattoos, which are applied to the skin with a tattoo gun, microblading applies color to the skin while drawing hair-like strokes along the brows. While a tattoo on your body may develop a blue-green hue around the edges as it ages, the pigment in your brows may gradually lessen a few shades from its initial color.
Although microblading can be slightly uncomfortable, how much pain you experience will depend on your personal pain tolerance. Before starting, your brow stylist will apply a numbing gel, and they might add an additional layer in between passes.
What happens when you get your eyebrows microbladed?
An example of eyebrow architecture is microblading. It all comes down to giving each face the ideal form.
The procedure is extremely accurate because of the tool that is used, which resembles a pen but has a sloping blade with 10–12 tiny needles at the end that gently scratch the skin, not piercing it like a paper cut.
Fine, realistic, and natural hair strokes are produced by the needle’s extremely fine implantation of featherweight strokes with a medical-grade pigment on the epidermal layer of the skin.
How long does microblading last?
The lifetime of the pigment can vary depending on your skin type, but microblading can last anywhere from 12 to 18 months.
“Those with normal skin can last up to 18 months, while those with somewhat more oily skin tend to last around the 12-month.
If you don’t keep getting touch-ups every 18 months or so, your brows will eventually fade away. With the colors used, there is no scarring or discoloration, so you wouldn’t know if you let them fade out.