Unlike a regular tattoo, eyebrow microblading is a form of tattoo artistry where pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. It is also known as “eyebrow embroidery,” or “microstroking.” Since the pigments are deposited closer to the surface of the skin, the hair strokes are crisper and more realistic. Our technician is a seasoned brow designer who has trained under industry elites. Only the finest and highest quality pigments and materials are used, and our tools are 100% disposable.
How the Eyebrow Microblading WorksWhen you've tried every pencil, powder, pigment, gel, and stencil at Sephora and your brows are still off fleek, microblading—a more permanent solution to thin brows—is the last-ditch-effort treatment that promises to change your brow life. Microblading has been described as creating a light tattoo on the surface that mimics strokes of brow hair. The results are incredible, and the non-invasive procedure delivers a pair of brows that literally look like natural hairs. Celebrities like Bella Thorne and Kristin Cavallari have fallen in love with the procedure, because it can amp up your individual star power, giving any woman, the brows she's always dreamed of.
Key Benefits of the Eyebrow Microblading
- Semi-permanent solution (up to 3 years)
- Fully restore the eyebrow shape
- Create a new brow
- Crisp, realistic, natural looking hair strokes
- Safe application
- No downtime after treatment
- Non-toxic & hypoallergenic materials
What does the Treatment Involve?
Eyebrow microblading is more than just applying strokes to the brow area. Microblading is performed with a hand-held tool that features tiny needles which place semi-permanent pigment into the skin, without going as deep as a normal tattoo.
The client is made comfortable with the application of an anesthetic numbing cream to the brows. Then the technique begins with mapping out the ideal brow shape for the client, measuring where each part of the brow begins, arches and ends and then using a pencil to outline the desired brows.
The artist then fills in the brows using the microblade tool dispersing ink in little strokes that resemble hairs. Once the skin has "opened up," the artist rubs the chosen ink color on to the microbladed points and allows the ink to settle in. After, the excess ink is wiped away, and the client instantly owns a new set of fuller, thicker brows.