Eyebrow Microblading is a technique that involves filling in your eyebrows with semi-permanent tattoo ink to look like brow hairs. Similar to getting a tattoo, this treatment uses tiny needles that make up a small blade to deposit the pigment under your skin. You can save a ton of time every morning as brows take a solid few minutes in one’s daily makeup routine.
If you haven’t heard all the buzz surrounding eyebrow Microblading, you are bound to have a whole lot of questions. We’ve got you covered because it’s super important to make an informed decision when it comes to anything even remotely permanent. microbalding unique technique microbalding eyebrows Austin
Shaping eyebrows correctly is the foundation to getting perfect eyebrows. Using what is called the golden ratio, your facial features, and some measuring, I draw the perfectly shaped eyebrows for your face directly on your skin for you to see.
Tiny emulated hair strokes are etched in to the skin using a micro blade tool. Microblading is done in layers, so the first layer will hurt the most. On subsequent layers, we can use numbing cream and your body will also kick in with its natural response to help numb the pain. So subsequent layers hurt less.Expecting a scratching feeling and sound. Your eyes will water and you will probably sneeze!
The ingredients are a combination of pigments, glycerin, witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol, aqua, rosin, and DMDM hydantoin. Pigments are gamma ray sterilized, vegan and also cruelty-free. All ingredients can be found in the MSDS (just let us know if you require details).
Aftercare instructions which includes no exercise for week (avoid sweating) and keeping them completely dry to 10-14 days, yes this may seem like a long time! You will be given some Vaseline that you can put over the top to stop water getting in. Remember the skin is open like a wound, so you have to avoid getting any infection. They will look quite pronounced and you will probably get used to that fierce look but be prepared for them to fade. After 5-7 days they may start to itch as the skin is healing, which is perfectly
normal – try not to touch them! As they fade more you may well get disappointed but stay patient – it is normal for brows to go a bit lighter as part of the healing process, but then colour will come back again.