Microblading gives you natural-looking and enhanced-looking eyebrows instantly. You no longer have to choose between being late or finishing your makeup. You may also be able to skip plucking and waxing. Before you get into the benefits of microblading your eyebrows? Instead, let's talk about the benefits of microblading.
The good thing about microblading is that the results are long-lasting and that you only need touch-ups from time to time. Let's be honest, the eyebrows look of the 90s and early 2000s left us with thin eyebrows that only fit a Disney villain. Thin eyebrows are harder to fill in and can be difficult to grow back. Microblading is the answer to these eyebrow problems.
You can have fuller eyebrows without damaging or removing any of the existing eyebrow hairs you currently have. The added fullness and ease of waking up and running of the eyebrow with microblades are part of what has made it so incredibly popular. Microblading is now so common that finding a qualified and certified professional to perform the treatment in any given location is not even very difficult. It's also important to note that the stunning before-and-after photos you've seen on social media don't show the long-term effects of microblading.
This is because the pigments that are used in the microblading of the eyebrows have been chosen for their ability to maintain color and gradually fade over time. The photo above shows what my eyebrows look like now, about two weeks after dyeing and a year and a half after microblading. Most reputable eyebrow microblading places will apply an anesthetic cream before they get to work by scratching the pigment on the skin. If you have very blonde eyebrows like me, you'll probably have to dye them after microblading, which is annoying and also expensive.
The best thing about this treatment is that a good microblading specialist can create the appearance of naturally full eyebrows on any skin tone with any range of shades. After your first microblading session, you should expect to return to the studio after 8 weeks for a touch-up. But if you expect a touch up more than recommended by your technician, you may have to repeat the entire microblading procedure. You probably have a lot of questions about microblading and, fortunately for you, I have all the answers.
In addition, since microblading is a fairly new procedure, some technicians may not have received adequate training. The semi-permanent secret to pretending fuller eyebrows that look totally natural, microblading could be the hassle-free solution to spending hours pencil drawing on eyebrows just to get the completely wrong shape.