Eyebrow tattooing is not the same as it was ten years ago. But how do you find an eyebrow tattoo artist near where you live?
Eyebrow tattoos are also known as:
-Three-dimensional Eyebrow Tattooing
Microblading has made a massive entrance into the western culture over the past three years, but what constitutes an excellent eyebrow tattoo and how can you find an eyebrow tattoo artist in your city?
Tattoos are everywhere today. Celebrities, people in the media, actors, and singers are all associated with tattoo art or some form of body modification. More than sixteen percent of Americans now have at least one tattoo. Forty-nine percent of those being between the ages of eighteen to twenty-five, seven percent of those people have more than one tattoo on their body.
Tattooing dates back thousands of years and is not just a modern and fresh way of expressing yourself. The Mayans honored their Gods by illustrating their myths through body tattoos. Powerful animals were also depicted by Mayan tattoos and could be of eagles or serpents. Getting a tattoo in the Mayan culture was painful and dangerous. The procedure sometimes lead to sickness or infection thus giving it status for the added pain and danger. In modern society, tattoos can be a way to confirm one’s individuality and gives youth a way to take control back from modern culture. Many tattoos in youth are used to convey a message of rebelliousness, are in memorial or just straight up decoration.
In Japan, tattooed foreigners were banned from public waters such as hot springs and resort hotels. This rule has been getting more flexible since Millions of foreigners are pouring into the county ready to spend their hard-earned tourist dollars. In 2013 a New Zealand tourist with traditional Maori tattoos was turned away from an ‘Onsen’ or hot springs. From this incident tattooed foreigners have been permitted to bathe but while not allowing the same exception for tattooed Japanese tourists. Japanese with tattoos still behold an embarrassing stigma to many of a more traditional standing. Although just art and expression to most, tattoos in Japan have a mark of disgrace from association with organized crime and Japanese underworld.
Tattooing has become very versatile in the 21st century. It could mean religion, expression, crime, death or just plain colorful art. face tattooing in the form of mimicking makeup treatments is becoming very popular in the United States.
So what is eyebrow tattooing? Eyebrow tattooing is now widely referred to as Microblading. Traditionally eyebrow tattoos of the past used a tattoo gun to outline and then fill in like a coloring book, your eyebrow. This yesteryear procedure looked harsh and unattractive and in most cases makes a block-like line colored eyebrow. Microblading has taken over this method, making brows look natural and erasing the permanence of traditional linear tattooing. So why is Microblading semi-permanent as compared to permanent tattooing? Microblading ink deposits are deposited in the skin much more superficially that a tattoo gun. A tattoo gun puts ink into the dermis level and this depth is what makes it permanent. Microblading ink is deposited much higher up in the epidermis, in the skin layers that will regenerate in 1-3 years. The skin in the top layers over time will lose the pigment making it slowly fade off to nothing. It is this semi-permanent appeal that makes Microblading so appealing. Since the ink is deposited superficially, these strokes look much more clear and can impersonate eyebrow hairs more vividly. It is this crispness that makes Microblading so vivid and so natural it is hard to detect.
Artists’ are cropping up all over America. Here are some pointers on choosing an eyebrow artist near you.
Make sure your artist is not working out of their home. It is illegal for an artist to work out of their home and is a state regulation violation. These people will not be licensed therefore should not be trusted.
Find an expert in the Microblading filed. An expert will have plenty of images to look at to view the quality of their work. An experts’ work will be diverse and will showcase pictures of all brow situations ages and styles. It is this diversity that will make them an expert.
Lastly, find out what people are saying about the artist you choose. Reviews and testimonials will be available to read and study. Experts will be available to talk to you and put you at ease about getting a Microblading treatment.
Lastly, find out what you are committing to and educate yourself. A Microblading expert will take time to explain everything to you before your treatment begins. BrowBeat studio gives each client a 30-minute education about healing, inks, and aftercare and makes time to answer any additional unanswered questions.