Microblading is ideal for someone who has experienced some hair loss and wants to achieve very natural looking eyebrows. It comes with its own unique set of criteria that will help determine whether you are a candidate or not. Eyebrows are easily one of the most defining features of the face and have become a focal point of the latest beauty trends. Whether you prefer yours thick and bold, or arched and precise, it seems like everyone is obsessed with having their “set of eyebrows on point”.
There are organic pigments, which generate a brighter and richer color, but they fade faster (usually to red). Then there are inorganic pigments, which are derived from minerals. There are not so many colors to choose from, but they are not prone to fading. Not all pigments are created equal, so be sure to ask your artist what they use and simply measure their confidence in them.
If she's good, she'll know what she's talking about and you'll quickly realize that. She used a healing ointment and her microblading never crusts while mine got all nasty and disgusting and peeled off right away. Vacationing (microblading) is a tattoo and, therefore, is a minor injury to the skin that takes time to heal. Because, if, like us, your eyebrows suffered at the hands of newbies and tadpoles in the style of Christina Aguilera (look at the mistakes of the eyebrows to avoid here), then an obsession with microblading is basically inevitable.
Unfortunately, pre-existing skin conditions and skin treatments can greatly compromise the effectiveness of microblading, leaving you and me in an unfavorable situation. Microblading, when done professionally, is a form of semi-permanent tattoo that engraves hair-like strokes on the eyebrow and gives you a desired looking eyebrow. You may be the first information there is, but since microblading has been developing in years, yours won't be the last. Thanks to microblading, we have been given a solution that allows us to have the eyebrows that we have always dreamed of by tattooing them in microblading in a very natural and discreet way.
If you love being in the sun, and especially if you have sun-damaged skin, microblading won't be a good option for you. With microblading, the technician uses extremely small blades to make small hair-like incisions just above the dermal layer of the skin while depositing pigment directly into those incisions.