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 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!
Call BrowBeat on 214 432 3077 or book your Microblading appointment.