Microblading Eyebrows Treatment
It is a semi-permanent secret for faking fuller eyebrows that will look totally natural…
Microblading and Microshading may sound similar but are totally different. Microblading creates hair-like strokes in your existing brows, whereas Microshading creates tiny dots and shading along your brows for a less defined finish. Compared to Microblading has a individual hair look, Microshading has a much softer finish.
Microblading lasts between 6 to 12months depending on your skin type and maintenance. Touch-up sessions are required.
A numbing cream that is applied before the procedure keeps the patient comfortable. It’s sometimes the sound of the blade that people sense – a small scratching sound.
People whose eyebrows are sparse due to age, excessive threading or eyebrows that are misshapen due to traumatic scars can benefit from semi-permanent makeup. People who have lost hair due to medical conditions like Alopecia Areata, chemotherapy etc can also undergo Microblading.
Yes, post Microblading you need to continue shaping your natural brows and dye.
Microblading won’t stop your natural hair growth. It neither prevents nor causes hair loss.
For the first 48 h, avoid contact with water over the treated area. Only pat dry the face for cleaning. For the next one week picking or peeling off scabs should be avoided. Do not use an exfoliant, antiaging creams, or astringents. Make-up should be strictly avoided for 1 week. Swimming, steam, or sauna can be started after 2 weeks only. Waxing or threading of eyebrows should not be done for 2 weeks post-treatment. Avoid excessive sun exposure, stay protected by using sunglasses.
It may vary from 15,000 to 30,000 depending on the thickness of the natural brows and the technique used.
Ombre brows are a shading technique giving a much softer look. Powdered brows mean creating fine dots that give the appearance of powdered eyebrows and not hair strokes. This pigment lasts longer compared to Microblading.