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SOME ARE BORN WITH
GREAT EYEBROWS
SOME ACHIEVE
GREAT EYEBROWS
AND SOME HAVE  GREAT EYEBROWS
DRAWN UPON THEM

EYEBROWS.  THEY CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR LOOK. 

Eyebrow tattoo Microblading. everyone wants a natural look but, unfortunately, all eyebrows are not born equally.  Microblading can even out the playing field by creating hair that isn’t really there Microblading eyebrows

Microblading, also known as hairline strokes and feather lines, is the art of giving your eyebrows a fuller look.  Microblading uses a tiny blade that deposits pigment slightly below the skin for a semi-permanent look that can last for years depending on your rate of cell regeneration.

WE ARE NOT ALL BORN MAKEUP ARTISTS.

That’s why there are so many people out there sporting the wrong eyebrows for their faces.

Did you know that where your eyebrows are supposed to go on your face is just mathematics? So, knowing that is understanding where, how high and how long your eyebrow should be in relation to your nose and eyes. At Brow Beat, we get eyebrows.  They make a statement.  They can be natural, have a higher arch and can create facial symmetry for a more glamorous version of yourself.

“Lets be honest, eyebrow gaps are more important than thigh gaps.”.

Eyebrow tattooing with a tattoo gun is becoming a thing of the past. Traditional tattoo needles go deep into the epidermis. The deeper the pigment deposit, the more layers of skin you see the pigment through. Eyebrows done this way can look unclear or distorted. This issue is referred to as “bleeding”. Microblading is deposited much higher in the epidermis, leaving less layers of skin to see each line through and creating a higher definition. (See diagram)

The hair-line strokes create a natural look whether eyebrow hair is present or not. Microblading is ideal for people suffering from alopecia or other hair loss conditions, as well as, for those of us who just want a perfect brow at all times, with or without make up or right out of the shower.

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SOMETHING YOU NEED  TO KNOW

Traditional eyebrow tattooing with a tattoo gun may, at some point over time, begin to bleed into a block-like color pattern due to the depth of the ink deposit.  The Microblading technique will not bleed like the pigment deposits with a tattoo gun.

Microblading Eyebrow Recovery & Aftercare

Microblading Eyebrow Recovery & Aftercare

Microblading post-care is very important to the appearance and longevity of your new eyebrows. The entire healing process will take 4-6 weeks depending on your body regeneration and age. Your new eyebrows will go through several phases during the healing cycle. Do not let any water, lotion, soap, or makeup touch your eyebrow area during the first 7 days after your procedure.

The pigment will appear very natural looking immediately after the procedure. The color of the pigment will appear much darker the next day. Apply the aftercare ointment given by your brow technician, make sure to follow instructions given. This can be done once at night time, but be sure to use the ointment sparingly as your skin needs to heal itself. Continue to apply the ointment for 7 days.

The following activities must be avoided during the post-microblading procedure:

  • Swimming
  • Excessive sweating through exercising
  • Swimming
  • Hot sauna, hot bath, or Jacuzzi
  • Sun tanning or salon tanning
  • UV/UVA Rays or chemicals
  • Picking, peeling, or scratching of the micro pigmented area in order to avoid scarring of the area or removal of the pigment
  • Household cleaning where you can get specks of dust on your brow
  • Drinking alcohol in excess, as it may lead to slow healing of wounds
  • Driving in open air vehicles such as convertibles, boats, bicycles, or motorcycles
  • Touching of the eyebrow area except for when rinsing and applying the post-care cream with a cotton swab

Wash your face carefully around the eyebrow without getting water on the treated area.  During the shower, keep your face away from the showerhead or take a bath.

The entire process of healing will take 4-6 weeks depending on your body regeneration and age. Your new, fresh, and fluffy brows will go through several phases during the cycle. Itching and flaking may appear during the first seven days post-microblading procedure.  However, experience has shown that by following these after-care instructions, these symptoms may quickly disappear.

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions that might help your microblading aftercare recovery be smooth-sailing:

  1. What can I expect right after my first treatment?

The most important thing to remember before, during, and especially after your first microblading treatment is that the color will look very dark at first.

Your eyebrows will look thick and heavy, people panic sometimes because it’s very, very dark, but within the first week, it will fade by 50%. You just need to be patient.

After that first treatment, you can expect your eyebrows will feel somewhat tender and sore to the touch, but this should be resolved within a few days. Tylenol can help if it’s bothering you a lot, and apply Vaseline 3 or 4 times a day is going to make them feel a lot better.

It’s also important to know that for the first week it will be obvious you have had something done to your eyebrows. If you’re hoping to keep your microblading treatment a secret, you’ll need to schedule it at the start of a vacation or holiday period.

  1. Can microblading lead to an infection?

As with any open wound or exposed area under the skin, infection is certainly possible with microblading, but with the proper care, it’s fairly easy to prevent.

Avoid chlorinated pools, saunas, gyms and sweaty equipment, and avoid touching your own eyebrows in general unless you’ve just washed your hands. After 7 days, your microblading treatment is fully healed and the infection risk is nearly non-existent. It would be incredibly rare to get an infection after the first week of healing

  1. Can microblading cause scarring or keloids?

No. Keloids are from going too deep into the dermis layer, which results in scar tissue and a hardness in the skin. Instead, microblading is as fine and as shallow as a simple paper cut.

  1. Does microblading cause scab, flaking or peeling?

Yes. Scabbing a little is very normal for a newly microblade brow. During the first week, microblading clients are recommended to gently wash and wipe their eyebrows with a mild soap (avoid soaps with added fragrances as they can irritate the skin) and then use a cotton ball to gently apply Vaseline.

Most importantly, don’t pick or scratch your eyebrows. And be careful when washing, too, because rubbing the scabs off before the healing process is complete can actually remove some of the pigmented eyebrows permanently, compromising the overall appearance of your treatment.

  1. How soon can I wash my face or take a shower?

You can shower and wash your face immediately, but you need to be incredibly gentle or avoid your eyebrow area entirely.

Do not apply direct pressure or rub your eyebrow area. This can result in improper healing, infection, loss of pigment, and irritation.

  1. How soon can I wear makeup?

You can wear makeup right away. However, you need to be extra careful when applying any makeup powders. If makeup does get into the recently treated eyebrow area, it can lead to infection and irritation. Applying Vaseline to your eyebrows immediately before applying makeup provides a barrier of sorts that will help keep dust from your makeup brush from reaching your eyebrows.

  1. What can cause microblading to fade more quickly?

These are three things you should absolutely avoid during the first week of the healing process: Sun, chlorine, and saltwater.

  1. How often do I need treatments to maintain my eyebrows’ appearance?

You only need to visit a microblading technician every two years or so.

  1. Can I get microblading if my eyebrows have been tattooed?

Yes, definitely. At browbeat studio, we’ve had a lot of clients who got their eyebrows tattooed when they were younger, for example, and they just don’t want them to look so dark or obvious anymore. Microblading can soften tattooed eyebrows, give them a different look, and adjust them so they match your age, or your hair if it’s changed color.

  1. Can I get microblading if I have sensitive skin?

It is always important to share any concerns that you might have about the procedure with your microblading expert, and this is even more important for those with sensitive skin. Your microblading expert should be able to answer any questions that you might have about how your skin will react to the procedure.

One alternative to microblading that you might want to consider is micro shading. While microblading uses strokes to mimic hairs, micro shading fills in eyebrows with small dots. This technique is often favored by those with sensitive skin as the smaller dots are said to cause less irritation.

As long as you follow the aftercare instructions before the procedure starts, you will absolutely have amazing brow results.

Remember that this is probably the single MOST IMPORTANT part of the entire microblading process so make sure to follow it!

As always, please let me know if you have any questions. You may call 214-432-3077 or message me at our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BrowBeatDallasAdvancedMicroblading

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Semi-permanent Eyebrow Makeup Technology Microblading

Microblading Semi-permanent Eyebrow Makeup Technology

Over the past few years, the semi-permanent eyebrow technology has taken Instagram and other social media platforms by storm. It is just so impossible to have missed the countless before and after pictures of thin and messy brows that became flawless, thick brows after the microblading treatment. This technology is created with short, precise hair strokes that are individually filled to your original brows. Here are some of the techniques they are using in microblading:

  • Powdery Filled Technique
  • Soft Hair Stroke Technique
  • Ombre Technique

But first thing’s first. What is eyebrow microblading, how does semi-permanent eyebrow makeup work and what other eyebrow procedures are there?

Microblading is the method of applying semi-permanent make-up in your eyebrows. It is done by manually inserting pigment into the upper layers of skin to give the impression of fullness and shape to your fantastic brows. The experts use a manual blade so that the strokes are sharp and crisp. The results of this method should look natural and just like hair strokes.

For those who aren’t sure if they need to have the same look for a long period of time, a semi-permanent strategy for the eyebrows maybe the fines choice. The primary difference between a permanent eyebrow and semi-permanent eyebrow technique is how deep the color will enter the skin.

Semi-permanent makeup involves having pigment implanted into the epidermis using a fine needle – similar to a tattoo but the process is less painful, the “ink” used is usually mineral based and the results are not permanent. Unlike a regular tattoo, microblading is a form of tattoo artistry where the pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. The artist draws hair-like strokes with the tool to imitate natural hairs in your brows.

When it comes to having microblading done, a technician will take six measurements on your brow bone to make out the perfect shape for your brows. The process usually takes between one a half to two hours and at least one touch up will be needed to get your final result.

The healing process is relatively quick – but final results may not be visible until several weeks after your appointment because of how the skin heals.

The results will not wash off and usually last for a couple of years – but can be maintained and kept for longer with touch-ups, usually one a year.

There are several terms used for the methods involved to design and create beautiful eyebrows. Permanent makeup or permanent cosmetics are called micropigmentation or dermapigmentation. Techniques vary dependent on the cosmetic artist doing the work and the individual needs and desires of the client. While tattooing and permanent makeup are similar, there are differences. One primary difference is that pigments are used when applying permanent makeup while thicker ink is used for tattooing.

Powdery Filled Technique

This is the slightest obtrusive and may be the perfect strategy for those who still have a reasonable sum of hair in the eyebrows. It may be too a great choice for those who might have misplaced hair in one spot due to a scar or a few sort of mishap. A delicate fine color that matches your common hair color can be utilized to fill in meager zones in the eyebrows. This is frequently best for those who need to fill in, shape, or upgrade what is as of now there.

Sometimes different techniques are combined when designing the eyebrows. The hair stroke simulation method may sometimes be used and then powder fill used to match the client’s hair color. In this case, the powder fill method is used in addition to a hair stroke or feathering method. The soft fill technique is similar to a powder fill. The primary difference is that the entire brow area is filled in with pigment instead of just in various places.

Soft Hair Stroke Technique

This strategy is moreover alluded to as hair reenactment or in some cases, feathering. This gives the eyebrows a common, feathered look. It is a more common see than a strong or delicate fill since the eyebrow looks like numerous small hairs instep of one strong color. In any case, hair strokes alone without any foundation will likely require more touch-ups. This hair stroke strategy is regularly combined with other strategies such as powder fill or more broad feathering.

Ombré Technique

Ombré is permanent powdered brows method for clients who favor fuller result than hair strokes but still exceptionally delicate. It’s a method which looks like day by day cosmetics done with an eyebrow pencil or eyebrow shadow. The tails of the brow are darker and blur into a light starting to the forehead, giving a idealize Ombre cosmetics influence. The impact will be waterproof, smudge-proof, and totally characteristic.

As soon as the process is complete the color will appear a little bit darker than what is expected. It will take a few weeks to heal completely. By the third week, the color should have lightened to the expected color. You might be advised not to go swimming during these weeks of healing to make sure the color sets in completely. If any touch-ups are needed they will usually be done a month or two after the initial procedure.

Finally, make sure a trained professional does your procedure, a professional with experience performing the method that you choose. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. When finished, you can enjoy your beautiful, natural looking eyebrows for years to come!

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