Microblading is a popular cosmetic procedure used to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. It involves using a handheld tool to create small, precise incisions in the skin and depositing pigment into the brow area, resulting in natural looking, fuller eyebrows. Microblading is a semi permanent makeup technique that involves using a fine blade to create
thin, hair like strokes in the eyebrows. It is typically performed by a
professional dermatologist. The objective is to improve the natural
growth pattern of eyebrow hair, resulting in a perfect appearance.
A topical anesthetic is applied to minimize any discomfort,additionally, a sterile, disposable blade is used to make tiny carving into the superficial layers of the skin. The fine, hair-like strokes created during micro- blading closely resemble real eyebrow hair. Microblading is semi- permanent, meaning the results can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on factors such as skin type and aftercare. The shape, thickness and color of the eyebrows can be customized to suit individual preferences.
Proper aftercare is crucial to ensure optimal healing and long lasting results. After microblading, it is important to avoid getting the brows wet for the first few days, refrain from touching or picking at the treated area and avoid using makeup or other products on the brows. Additionally, applying a prescribed ointment and following any specific instructions given by the dermatologist is essential for proper healing. While microblading is semi-permanent, the pigment will fade away with time. Hence, periodic visits to dermatologist will be much beneficial.