What is Microblading?
Microblading is a form of Permanent makeup using a hand held device, in which pigment is
deposited into the epidermal layers of the skin. This technique can also be seen as a type of eyebrow
architecture. It is all about creating the best shape for each face – a totally bespoke approach for
The process is very precise thanks to the tool that is used which is effectively like a pen with the nib being a sloped blade with 10-12 little needles at the end - needles that don’t penetrate the skin but just delicately scratch the surface, much
like a paper cut.
The needle very finely implants featherweight strokes with a medical grade pigment on the epidermis layer for the skin, creating fine, realistic and natural hair strokes.
This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance their brows with natural looking hair strokes.
For best results, client is required to return four to six weeks after the initial procedure for a perfecting visit. Pigment retention varies depending on skin type, age, aftercare, medication, certain chemicals and type of pigment used
This is suitable for anyone who wants a natural look that lasts.
You'll need a touch-up in about a month (the cost of this is typically budgeted into the fee of the initial service). Then, microblading can last anywhere from 12 to 18 months depending on your lifestyle.
A few ways to extend it: Stay out of the sun, since it can fade the pigment, and avoid putting exfoliants (like retinol and glycolic acid) near your brows, because they will lift the top layers of your skin with continued use, and the colour with it.