If you're looking for a way to keep your eyebrows looking full and beautiful with little maintenance, then microblading may be the answer. This procedure gives you natural-looking, defined brows that retain their size and shape for up to three years.
Microblading does have its pros and cons, just like any procedure that involves tattooing instruments. However, you may find the benefits outweigh the risk.
What Is Microblading Exactly?
Microblading is a form of tattooing, so choose a professional certified tattoo artist to do the procedure. Doing so makes the procedure safer and ensures the best results.
The procedure consists of making hundreds of tiny strokes to create a texture that looks like a natural eyebrow. This is done by making tiny cuts in the skin to place the pigment. Hundreds of tiny strokes make up one eyebrow, but the results last for up to three years.
What Are the Benefits?
Microblading creates wispy strokes of pigment on the eyebrow ridge that supplements your natural look. While it is a tattoo, it doesn't look like a regular tattoo and it's undetectable.
The procedure gives you full, natural-looking eyebrows that retain size and shape for years. There are several benefits to choosing microblading.
- Saves you time when getting ready to go out
- Can give you back the eyebrows of your youth
- Gives immediate results with no downtime
While some tattoos fade or discolor over time, you don't have this issue with microblading. The organic pigments do not change color and fade gradually.
What Are the Risks?
As with any procedure that requires breaking the skin, there are some risks involved with microblading.
- Infection in cuts
- Allergic reactions
These risks are lower if you choose a licensed professional to perform the microblading. Professionals use sterile tools and clean water to avoid the spread of infection.
Anyone who has a skin condition near the eyebrow area shouldn't consider microblading without first consulting a physician. If you have certain conditions or take blooding thinning medication, it puts you at a greater risk for infection and bleeding.
If you have any of these skin conditions near the eyebrow area, microblading is most likely not safe for you.
For most people, microblading is safe, but if you are unsure, it's best to contact your physician or a dermatologist to determine if the procedure is right for you.
Microblading is an excellent way to have full and beautiful brows with no effort. If you want natural-looking brows that last for years, this may be the procedure for you.