Process of Microblading for Eyebrows

What exactly is a microblading?

Think of a Microblading as a tattoo. Eyebrow artists use pen-like tools with 7 to 16 micro needles in a variety of settings. The micro blades are so small that you cannot see the details with the naked eye, allowing you to realistically imitate the eyebrows by creating fine lines. Artists can also use shading techniques to manually apply ink by “tearing” the skin.

Does the microblading hurt?

The first micro blade treatment takes the longest. The initial appointment can last between 1 and 1.5 hours, depending on the artist’s skill level. This includes documenting, consulting, and planning the shape of the eyebrows you want to choose. A numbing cream can be applied to the eyebrows, after which the procedure itself takes 30-45 minutes. 

If you are interested in microblading, here’s the best new, it’s not a painful procedure. Thereforewhen you go to a skilled and knowledgeable eyebrow artist, those who have a lot of experience in micro-blading for eyebrow treatment, you will get great results with little or no discomfort.

How long does it take for the micro blade to heal?

The healing process takes approximately 2 weeks.  The day after booking, the eyebrows may become very dark, soft, and peel off (slight dandruff or mottled). Eventually, the colours will look natural after the healing process.

How long will the micro blade last?

It may be “permanent makeup,” but it does not last forever, and the colour will fade over time. Micro-blading can last up to 2 years, but how long the results will last depend on the reaction of people and ink. Generally, people recommend retouching colours and shapes every six months, but some clients say they need a touch-up 3-8 months after treatment. 

Will Microblading ruin your natural eyebrows?

Microbladingdoes not damage your natural eyebrows. Permanent damage to hair follicles may occur if a technician deposits the pigment deep into the skin or if an infection occurs, but that is rare.

Looking to get microblading for your eyebrows?  Why not visit to get a free consultation.  We are located at 9140 Leslie St, Richmond Hill.

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