Microblading is semi-permanent tattoo applied underneath the eyebrows.
This tattoo is done by hand with a single-blade utensil and is semi-permanent because it fades away after about a year.
Microblading is still a tattoo because it puts ink underneath your skin, but it is not as deep in your skin as regular tattooing, which is why it’s semi-permanent.
It can last from 9 months to 18 months; for some people, it can last longer or less, it depends on your skin type.
Most people re-visit the salon once a year for a “re-touch” in order to freshen up the procedure.
Microblading isn’t as painful as most people think it will be. It may be a little sore during the procedure, but it is not as dramatic as concerned people assume.
Some people choose to apply semi-permanent makeup because there may be a difference in shape between their eyebrows which they want to correct. Other people may have a lack of hair in their eyebrows.
Other people may spend time every morning applying makeup to their eyebrows, which is no longer necessary for people who choose to use the semi-permanent makeup from microblading.
There are some things to consider before booking microblading.
First, you need to make sure that you are not allergic to the dye in the ink that is used in microblading tattoos.
It is very rare to be allergic to the dye, but there are some people who have a reaction.
If you are allergic to hair dye, then this procedure should not be taken.
Second, you want to make sure that the microblading salon you go to is licensed and qualified. In the USA, there is the American Academy of Micropigmentation.
You should always ask your practitioner if they have the proper training and certification before booking an appointment.
The science behind tattooing is relatively simple.
The needle places ink under the second layer of skin, which creates a situation where the ink sits there and doesn’t move.
Usually when there is a break in the skin and particles are under underneath the skin, white blood cells act to remove the particles.
Ink particles are too big to be removed by white blood cells, which is why it is permanent. Microblading doesn’t tattoo deep enough into the skin to be fully permanent.
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