All about How microblading is done?
Microblading – is a modern procedure that allows you to perform the most natural, long-lasting eyebrow tattoo. The manipulation is low-traumatic. It will enable you to correct the eyebrows by applying individual hairs with the help of persistent pigment. Also, the technique differs significantly from tattooing and cosmetic tattoo. However, let’s take a closer look at how microblading did, the features of the execution technique.
Preparation for Microblading procedure
Most importantly, you should be completely healthy during the procedure. The exacerbation of chronic pathology, fever, viral infections, and inflammatory processes is why postponing the manipulation to another day.
On the eve of the procedure, consult with a professional who will help you choose the colour and shape of future eyebrows.
After that, do not consume alcohol, antibiotics, blood thinners, or products containing caffeine before microblading.
Before the treatment, the artist paints the desired eyebrow contour, removes any excess hairs and treats the intervention area with an antiseptic. To avoid discomfort during microblading, the permanent make-up artist uses local anaesthetic gels.
The application is made with a unique spatula-shaped instrument. The cutting part consists of several connected needles, enabling the finest cuts and precise control of the pigment depth.
The specialist outlines each hair manually. If you have chosen the European style microblading, all strokes will be the same length and direction. With the Oriental style, the hairs are different in thickness, size, shape and direction of growth.
The average duration of the procedure is 1.5 hours. In addition, after the procedure, there is swelling in the intervention area. This phenomenon soon goes away on its own and is normal.
In addition, be sure to follow your beautician’s recommendations after the procedure. It will allow you to avoid complications and obtain the desired result. A month after the first microblading procedure, you should contact the specialist again for correction. In addition, some of the pigments will disappear naturally from the skin, so it is necessary to fill in the lightened areas with a dye.