Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo that helps to reshape or fill in sparse eyebrows. A proper application will help camouflage missing eyebrow hairs using micro pigments in the colour of your choice. A handheld tattoo machine uses fine needles to apply these pigments and will also stimulate additional hairs. As microblading is a semi-permanent treatment, the colour will fade over time, so we recommend yearly touch-ups to keep your eyebrows looking natural and full.
There are a few simple steps to this redefining experience. First, you will have an initial consultation with your microblading specialist and design the look of your new eyebrows. The next step is the initial microblading procedure itself.
After the first microblading procedure, there will be a follow-up appointment four to six weeks later. During this time your skin will heal and form new layers, fading the pigmentation of your newly applied eyebrows. This next session is used to go over the lines again and make any minor adjustments to the style or colour.