Are you still using a pencil, gel, or powder to fill in your eyebrows each day?
There is absolutely no need to invest your hard earned money into buying yourself expensive eyebrow pencils to fill in your eyebrows only to get the shape completely wrong. In fact, they only offer a temporary solution which would start to fade away at the onset of the evening.
Thanks to the latest advancements in technology, we now have the means of a permanent eyebrow in the form of eyebrow microblading.
Well, Microblading is the art of applying semi-permanent color to the eyebrow with an incredibly fine sterile blade. Tiny precision hair strokes are drawn delicately on the brow area to create a perfectly shaped eyebrow.
We all know the importance of strong brows because they are a great indicator of emotional expression. One way to really stay natural and up your beauty quotient is to give attention to the eyebrows.
Microblading is super popular right now. The procedure involves slicing the skin with a razor-sharp blade and implanting ink under the brows. The hair-like strokes are created along the eyebrow to enhance, reshape or create a natural-looking brow.
The biggest and most obvious benefit of microblading is that they will not smudge, smear or wash off like traditional makeup. This can last up to 18 months and would probably fade only after its prescribed duration.
Many confuse this process with tattooing, but unlike tattooing, they are done on the surface and not in the deep layer of skin. So they are quite safe but there are people who are sensitive and allergic to some pigments. In that case, perform a patch or scratch test to ensure you are not allergic prior to the treatment.
Before making an appointment, you must know what shape and color would suit your face.
Get the right shape
Google some images of brow makeup that you normally wear on a day to day basis or the one you believe would suit your face. Take a makeup trial of that shape and then proceed.
Get the right color
Take a look at your hair, eye color, and skin tone to ensure the correct color pigment choice. It’s always better to go natural as you can always add more into the top up session for a darker color.
If done professionally, this will bring a new shape, color, density, symmetry and balance to your face.