Microblading 101

microblading guide

When considering microblading, it is important to keep in mind that you can’t just go to any salon to get the procedure done properly. Research is imperative to finding a reliable and trustworthy salon to get the results you’re after. Eye Design is the solution you need – located in the convenient and bustling Sydney CBD! Eye Design has only the best, experienced brow stylists that use top-notch quality products on their clients.

 

What is Microblading?

Microblading uses a tattooing technique and is a form of micro pigmentation. It involves implanting a pigment under the skin in hair-like strokes that imitate your natural brows. Microblading is done with a special formulated pigment that has a thicker consistency in comparison to tattoo ink but on the upside it doesn’t penetrate the skin as deeply. This procedure is perfect for anyone as it can really be tailored to your personal preferences in terms of pigment colour and subtlety level.

How Does Microblading Work?

Microblading involves using a metal hand held tool with ultra fine needles to help create a super realistic brow look. Each ‘hair’ is gently etched into your skin and hypoallergenic pigment is implanted under your skin. The initial session will take on average 2.5-3 hours. Aesthetic is placed beforehand your procedure to numb the area and so you basically don’t feel a thing!

Pros of Microblading

  • Convenience – you no longer need to worry about filling in your eyebrows every morning!
  • A natural, flawless look – and perfectly even brows!
  • Microblading is a great solution for people with allergies to cosmetic ingredients.
  • Microblading is minimally invasive – no time off work is needed after the procedure.
  • Organic pigment is used which means that the colour will not drastically change over time.

Cons of Microblading

  • It is semi-permanent look that lasts for about 1-3 years, so you need to make sure you’re certain about the shape and style that you’ve chosen.
  • Most procedures have no lasting discomforts, but some people may experience temporary redness and swelling after the initial procedure. This will vary from person to person, and depends on your skin type.

Think microblading could be for you? Visit Eye Design for more information!

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