Microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing technique used for the eyebrows. Microblading can be used on someone with little to no eyebrows by creating an illusion of a more defined and fuller brow.
A doctor or tattoo artist maps out your new brows and then uses a handheld tool with tiny needles to add pigment into the epidermis (the top layer of skin) of your natural eyebrows, shaping them to your desired look.
Microblading can take up to 2 hours. Eyebrow mapping is done before the procedure where the artist will measure and draw the outline of the desired eyebrow shape. Then numbing cream is applied to the area. Next the artist will begin making tiny hair-like strokes to ultimately create a natural-looking brow.
You’ll need to touch-up treatments every 12- 24 months, as the color fades over time.