What is involved with getting a microblading treatment?
Your provider will begin by outlining your eyebrows using a pencil to represent the appearance of your future eyebrows. They will use a microblading ruler to select the ideal shape. After determining the precise color, match, and style, they will begin the microblading treatment process.
Your provider will be inserting pigment into your skin, which is carefully delivered until the correct shape is achieved. They will make your eyebrow gradually denser using fine strokes, depending upon your aesthetic goals.
Brow microblading is not the same as tattoos, where pigment is inserted into deeper layers of the skin. With microblading, the pigment is inserted closer to the surface of the skin.
Multiple shades of pigment can be inserted for the creation of multi-layered eyebrows, offering something like a 3D eyebrow effect.
Microblading brow treatments typically take anywhere from two to four hours to complete, depending upon your individual cosmetic goals.
Immediately after your microblading treatment, your eyebrows may appear somewhat darker than they will over time. So don't be disappointed if they look somewhat darker than you expected at first. In about two weeks, your eyebrows should have completely healed and revealed their final look.