Dallas 3D Eyebrow Microblading
What is the difference between 3D Feather Strokes or Feather Touch?
Dallas 3D Eyebrow Microblading
is also known as 3D Feather Touch or Microblading Feather Strokes; they are all the same treatment.
Best answers to 3D Eyebrow Microblading
- Micro Embroidery
- 3D Microblading is also known as:
- Feather Touch Embroidery
- Hair-like Stroking
- 3D Micro-Embroidery
There is a great deal of double-talk when it comes to 3D Eyebrow Microblading. So, let’s clear the jargon, and get down to the nuts and bolts of what Dallas 3D Eyebrow Microblading is. 3D Eyebrow Microblading is the same as Microblading. Some people call it 3D Microblading, some people call it Feather Touch some people call it 3D Feather Touch, but it all the same process. 3D Eyebrow Microblading is a superficial semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo that sits on the skin at a more superficial level than the traditional permanent makeup of yesteryear. It is two dimensional, made to look like actual three-dimensional real eyebrow hair. This is where the name 3D gets inserted.
The process is a tattoo art which mimics a three-dimensional eyebrow hair by creating tiny incisions into the skin on the eyebrow with a small blade. This blade is a row of 12-18 extremely fine micro-needles. Once the tiny cuts are made to the surface of the skin; ink is inserted in these small grooves, thus making it look like the groove IS a hair. These ‘grooves’ or ‘strokes’ follow the pattern of an actual eyebrow and can create an authentic and natural look of an eyebrow. The results are amazing, filling spots and making brows look thicker and fuller on the flat surface of the skin.
The name Feather Touch refers to the look of a feather, as the strokes look very similar. This title seems to have popped up more overseas and is used more frequently in Australia and New Zealand.
Dallas 3D Eyebrow Microblading is a semi-permanent treatment.
It is not the ink that makes it semi-permanent versus permanent; it is how superficial and shallow the ink is placed into the skin. It is this precision that keeps these micro-strokes looking clear, crisp and amazingly hair-like. The treatment begins with the artist applying a topical numbing cream to numb the surface of the skin, in order to make the client more relaxed. This numbing cream application takes about 20-30 minutes to reach its full effect.
This process is the first appointment, a touch up is required at 6-8 weeks.
Clients are advised to wear their eyebrows as they usually wear them each day. This assists the artist to improve existing shape and gives a baseline.
Clients are asked to refrain from all alcohol, aspirin, or aspirin products, such as blood thinners. Clients must also avoid Ibuprofen and Aleve for 24 hours before the appointment. The only product for aches and pain that will not increase bleeding is Tylenol. It is best for clients to cease taking Vitamin E and Fish Oil capsules for seven days before treatment (if possible). ALL of these can cause excessive bleeding. Excessive bleeding during the procedure will negatively affect the longevity of the semi-permanent makeup application.
Clients must avoid energy drinks & coffee for up to 24 hours before an appointment. Not having caffeine will help maximize relaxation as well as help to relax the facial muscles in the areas the artist will be working.
When the numbing agent is in full effect, it’s time to move forward to the shape. A complete client assessment form is filled out discussing the parts of the eyebrows the client is most dissatisfied with, and addressing length, thickness, starting and ending points. Although the given brow bone will limit some boundaries, there is some flexibility and multiple decisions to be made with the client. This client assessment form solidifies the eyebrow discussion and gets these decisions distinctively documented and signed before moving forward, helping the relationship and design to be irrefutably clear.
After the client assessment is filled out and the shape is drawn on and approved, it is finally time for the Dallas 3D Eyebrow Microblading to commence!
The artist Microblades the outline on first to break the skin to put on the second round of numbing agent. This numbing agent works quickly and allows the client to relax comfortably for the rest of the treatment. The second pass adds in upper and lower hairs inside the outline for the fuller or thicker eyebrows. The third pass for minor adjustments is sometimes needed and then finishing off with a color bath for the ink to make sure it has taken.
And voila! Great full eyebrows in just a few hours, minimal pain and time for up to several years of full eyebrow enjoyment. Feather- Touch, 3D Eyebrow Microblading bliss to shorten time spent on beautification each morning.