Getting to Know Eyebrow Microblading

»Posted by on Dec 10, 2018 in Microblading | 0 comments

Eyebrow microblading is a type of manual or hand method of semi-permanent cosmetics for your brows that creates fine hair strokes that are natural looking. The results of microblading are natural looking, full and thick eyebrows. In this article, you will be able to learn more about microblading.

How Microblading Procedure Works

During the procedure, the pigment is applied using a specific tool specially made for Eyebrow, which actually has a row of some fine needles in order to create thin hair like a look in the skin. Furthermore, the pigment is bladed below the epidermis as well as the shallowest area of the dermis, making very fine and natural looking hair strokes.

With Eyebrow microblading, a very natural result will be achieved, since the hairs are bladed into your skin basing on the direction of your natural hair growth. A touch up is also often included four to six weeks after your initial Eyebrow microblading initial treatment.

How Long Does the Microblading Procedure Last?

Depending on your own skin care and type, the pigment will slowly fade over 18 to 24 months. The procedure will be a bit uncomfortable most especially for those people who are more sensitive, but, there’s an anesthetic applied during the process in order to keep the pain to a minimum, wherein it will be completely tolerable.

The Healing Process of Microblading

Your new brows will actually go through several healing cycle phases. The healed color’s true reflection can only be assessed three to four weeks after treatment. Correction and or touch-ups of the design or shape are also recommended at least four weeks after the initial treatment. Most of the time, the color will go from very dark to light, to just right.

Immediately right after the procedure, the microblading pigment will appear very dark and sharp. This is due to the fact that the pigment is still on top of the skin and hasn’t settled in yet. Furthermore, the color of the microblading pigment will gradually soften.

Most of the time, these 15 pre-existing conditions are the most common reasons why microblading NYC  practitioners won’t allow you to try microblading:

  1. Circulatory disorders (a note of your doctor is required)
  2. Bleeding disorders (a note of your doctor is required)
  3. You are taking medication for blood thinning
  4. Currently on Accutane or any other strong retinoids (you should wait until six months after treatment ends)
  5. Breastfeeding – while treatment is possible, anesthetic won’t be possible if you are a lactating mother
  6. Pregnancy
  7. On moles, birthmarks, or keloids, or even if you have a possibility to keloid
  8. Serious diseases like epilepsy, cancer, autoimmune disorders (a note of your doctor is required)
  9. Diabetic
  10. You have recently had Disport or Botox treatment (should wait two months)
  11. Old PMU
  12. If you have a sunburn
  13. You have a broken capillary right in the brows area
  14. After waxing – must wait for three days
  15. After chemical peeling – must wait for two weeks
read more