How microblading is done?

Microblading – is a modern procedure that allows you to perform the most natural, long-lasting eyebrow makeup. The manipulation is low-traumatic, it allows you to correct the eyebrows by applying individual hairs with the help of persistent pigment. The technique differs significantly from tattooing and permanent makeup. Let’s take a closer look at how microblading is done, what are the features of the execution technique.


You should be completely healthy during the procedure. Exacerbation of chronic pathology, fever, viral infections, and inflammatory processes are the reason for postponing the manipulation to another day.

On the eve of the procedure, consult with a professional who will help you choose the color and shape of future eyebrows.

Do not consume alcohol, antibiotics, blood thinners, or products containing caffeine before microblading.

The first photo before the procedure, the second - the first course of the microblading eyebrows tattoo procedure, the third photo - retouching after a month. This technique is suitable for those who want naturalness and fine lines. The artist applies a pattern of lines to the entire browbone area for a natural and esthetic look.

Microblading technique

Before the procedure, the master applies the contour of the desired eyebrows, removes excess hairs, and treats the area of intervention with an antiseptic. To avoid discomfort during microblading, anesthetic gels are used topically.

The procedure is performed using a special spatula-shaped instrument. The cutting part consists of several needles connected together, which allows you to make the finest cuts and control the depth of pigment injection.

A specialist draws the outline of each hair by hand. If you have chosen microblading in the European technique, all strokes will have the same length and direction. When using the oriental technique, the drawn hairs differ from each other in thickness, length, shape, and direction of growth.

The average duration of the procedure is 1.5 hours. After the procedure, there is swelling in the area of intervention. This phenomenon soon goes away on its own and is the norm.

After the procedure, be sure to follow the recommendations of the beautician. This will avoid complications and get the desired result. A month after the first microblading, consult a specialist again for correction. Some of the pigments will be removed from the skin naturally, so it is necessary to fill in the lightened areas with dye.