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What is Microblading?

Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure used to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. It involves using a manual handheld tool with fine, sterile needles to create small incisions on the skin's surface and deposit pigment into the eyebrow area.

There are many different terms and techniques for cosmetic PMU eyebrows for men and women.

Popular terms for microblading are:

  • Brow Embroidery

  • Feather Stroking

  • Powder brows

  • Ombre Brows

  • ComboBrows

  • Fusion Brows

  • Hybrid Brows

  • Microshading

  • Nano Brows

The goal of cosmetic eyebrow tattoo is to create natural-looking, fuller eyebrows that complement your facial features.

Microblading can improve your confidence in several ways.

First, it can help reshape and define your eyebrows, filling in sparse areas and creating a more symmetrical appearance. This can enhance your overall facial symmetry and balance. Additionally, microblading can save you time and effort in your daily makeup routine, as you won't need to spend as much time filling in or shaping your eyebrows. The results of microblading are long-lasting, typically lasting 1-3 years, which means you can enjoy the benefits of beautifully shaped eyebrows for an extended period.

However, it's important to consult with a skilled and experienced professional who can assess your unique features and deliver the desired results. They can discuss your expectations, determine the most suitable eyebrow shape, and ensure that the color matches your natural hair color and skin tone.

To maintain your microblading results and ensure they last as long as possible, consider the following tips:

  1. Follow the aftercare instructions: Your microblading artist will provide you with specific aftercare instructions. It usually involves avoiding water, excessive sweating, sun exposure, and applying any recommended ointments or creams. Follow these instructions carefully to promote proper healing and pigment retention.

  2. Avoid touching or scratching the area: During the healing process, it's important not to touch, scratch, or pick at the treated area. Doing so can disrupt the healing process and potentially remove the pigment.

  3. Protect your eyebrows from sun exposure: Sun exposure can cause premature fading of the pigment. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen on your eyebrows and wear a hat or seek shade when you're outdoors for extended periods.

  4. Avoid swimming or saunas: Avoid swimming pools, hot tubs, saunas, and steam rooms during the initial healing period, as exposure to excessive moisture can affect the healing process.

  5. Schedule touch-up sessions: Microblading typically requires a touch-up session after the initial treatment to perfect the shape and color. Follow your artist's recommendations and schedule touch-up sessions as needed to maintain the desired results.

  6. Consider additional touch-ups: Over time, the pigment will naturally fade. To maintain the appearance of your microbladed eyebrows, you may need additional touch-up sessions every 1-2 years.

Remember, it's essential to consult with your microblading artist for personalized advice and to address any concerns you may have about maintaining your specific microblading results.


Vanessa Jackson is the CEO and lead technician of Evoluer Microblading and PMU.


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