EYEBROW TINTING VS MICROBLADING
We know how tiresome it is to put on eyebrow makeup every day; it has to be parallel, it has to complement your skin tone, it has to be not so thick but also not so thin.Brow products in cosmetics have come and gone, and in Eyebrow Tinting Vs Microblading we’ve experienced enough fails from pencils, powders, and gels getting our eyebrows dark, or too light.
JUST WHAT ON EARTH SHOULD YOU DO TO HAVE PERFECT EYEBROWS, RIGHT?
Here’s the thing, the answer you seek is within your reach. Verdict: it seems as if products may not be the solution for some of us. In order to get that brow shape that goes a long way, a microblading or a tinting treatment may be more suitable.
EYEBROW TINTING VS MICROBLADING
(Definition, Pros, and Cons)
Let’s say your endgame isn’t to remove brow hair or alter the shape of your brows, but instead to make them appear fuller. If you’re sick of filling in your brows every day, tinting is one option.
In a nutshell, Eyebrow Tinting is the process of dying your brow hairs. It doesn’t involve any hair removal, though it certainly can be combined with waxing, tweezing, and threading.
Tinting is great for people who have fine or transparent hair; it will give the brow more dimension and help it look thicker. The process requires a professional eyebrow technician to apply semi-permanent dye to your brow hairs, enhancing their shape and overall thickness. The results are immediate, you can see it directly after the short process.
Bear in mind that the dye deposits COLOR ONLY on your hair, not your skin, so it does not work to fill in patchy spots or add length. So it’s best for women who have well-shaped brows, to begin with.
Color selection is also essential with tinting. This is something your professional can help you with, eyebrow technicians know what color would match your skin. For example, redheads look fantastic in light taupe colors, while red brows can look clownish.
Tinting results last approximately one to three months and costs lower than any semi-permanent tattoo. Here’s the thing, though—this in-salon service is actually illegal in some states, so do your research before pursuing it.
Microblading is a type of eyebrow architecture. It is all about creating the best shape for each face – a totally bespoke approach for each client.
MICROBLADING IS THE BEST OPTION for everyone. It can be a cure for hair loss due to overplucking or some sickness like alopecia.
The semi-permanent secret to faking fuller eyebrows that look totally natural, microblading might just be the hassle-free solution to spending hours penciling in your eyebrows only to get the shape so completely wrong.
The process is very precise, thanks to the tool that is used which is effectively like a pen with the nib being a sloped blade with 10-12 little needles at the end – needles that don’t penetrate the skin but just delicately scratch the surface, much like a paper cut.
The needle very finely implants featherweight strokes with a medical grade pigment on the epidermis layer for the skin, creating fine, realistic and natural hair strokes.
DO NOT MISTAKE MICROBLADING as a TRADITIONAL TATTOO, IT IS NOT. While the traditional tattoo is permanent, and “printed”, Microblading is semipermanent and looks like a NATURAL HAIR STROKE on your eyebrows. Microblading’s hair strokes are far more natural looking than a traditional tattoo’s; thanks to the special pen tool that a professional microblading technician uses.
Unlike Eyebrow Tinting, Eyebrow Microblading is semipermanent that can actually last for more than a year. Splash all you want into the water!
Although in order to microblade your brows the technician uses a pen tool, the Microblading process does not hurt at all; thanks to the numbing cream that is applied before the process goes farther.
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