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everything you need to know about microblading your eyebrows
The latest advancement in the cosmetic world is microblading, which is considered as one of the best tools for effective eyebrow enhancement on the Microblading Addison’s market today. Many women have already started to take advantage of this newest, safe, painless and highly effective method of making their eyebrows appear healthier without all the daily hassle of constantly applying makeup.
Also known by a variety of names such as: –
Hair Like Strokes
Unlike the sometimes “marker-like” effects of traditional eyebrow tattoo, microblading is more of an embroidery of strokes that looks just like real hairs.
Microblading is perfect for those who want to fully revamp, define, cover gaps or fill-in over-plucked brows. This method is also a great option for those who just want to add a slight arch for their brows, and the results are extraordinarily natural and almost undetectable. This eyebrow enhancement treatment will not only benefit any individual who wants fuller eyebrows for beauty enhancements, but is also beneficial to those who are currently experiencing a loss of hair in the eyebrows caused by skin conditions, hair loss (like alopecia), or other factors. You will also benefit from a permanent makeup solution ( Microblading Eyebrow,Eyebrow Tattoos, Eyebrow Threading, Eyebrow Tinting) of being tired because of having to always put makeup on your brows every day. This gives you extra 30 minutes every morning when you are applying your regular makeup, giving you aesthetically flawless brows with no risk of smudging.
One of the main issues that women face today, especially those with active lifestyles, is that traditional eyebrow makeup has the tendency to smear or smudge during the day. If you are in search of a permanent eyebrow enhancement, then you should absolutely consider getting microblading now, and get the look you deserve every day. If you’re still not sure how Microblading Addison technique differs from traditional eyebrow tattooing, here it is: during the microblading process, the microblading technician uses a special hand-held microblading tool to draw on individual strokes one by one. It’s an extremely meticulous process that takes around two hours to complete. Since the results will last for up to two years before beginning to fade,
it’s good to know that the technicians pay so much attention to detail. The first hour, they will be drawing the shape in with a removable pencil. That’s the longest part and the most important step. During this time, the best-customized shape for every client is chosen (but rest assured that you have the power to choose whatever style you want for your brows). Besides that, you should be cautious of offers that claim to complete the process in one hour since this is a very meticulous procedure.
Before the microblading begins, the technician usually applies some numbing cream into the skin to minimize discomfort, which makes the whole process as painless as possible. Most clients say that they only feel some very light ‘stings’ during the procedure as the hair strokes are infused into the skin. After the whole process, you are expected for the second session for touch-ups. Unlike other eyebrow treatments, which you have to be careful about maintaining, Microblading Addison is low maintenance (except for touch-ups once a year). Pain depends on how you can manage pain itself. Some feel more pain than others. Overall, it’s just like little kitten scratches. You feel it, but it’s not unbearable, unlike traditional tattooing.
Still, freshly microblade brows should be protected from all liquids during the first week – no sweaty workouts or washing your face with water. Some patients experience itching and redness during the first week, which Vaseline can alleviate. Brows will look slightly darker at first, but the color will fade 30 to 40 percent. Aftercare ointments are provided during your first appointment. Overall they look great right away and you don’t have to hide. Slight redness and mild swelling are normal.