Microblading

It is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that shapes eyebrows with a tattoo-like chemical. It tends to simulate natural hair growth in those particular parts. It makes your eyebrows look full, edgy, and always groomed. It is also known as micro-stroking, hair-like strokes, and feather touch. Initially, the pigment for treatment camouflages the gaps between your shape. Over time, the naturally grown hair replaces the pigment

The process uses a tool like a pen, and Its tip is a beveled edge with 10-12 needles. The area underneath resembles a scissor cut.

The needles embed fine, feather-like strokes of clinically-validated tint into the epidermal layer of the skin, creating fine, realistic, natural hair strokes. We ensure that our clients achieve their desired results using the best therapeutic techniques with the tools. We at Venus skin clinic offer the best microblading treatments.

Is microblading a tattoo?

Microblading is similar to a tattoo, but unlike a tattoo, it’s not permanent. They use different “inks”—traditional tattoos use concentrated tattoo ink. Cosmetic tattoos use smaller pigment particles. They are also applied differently. In Microblading, we apply the pigment to the surface of your skin. Your body eventually assimilates it until it fades away. It does not apply to your skin’s deeper layers, where it becomes permanent.

Because of the pigment used, microblading produces a semi-permanent “tattoo” that looks soft and subtle instead of opaque and bright as traditional tattoos. Over time, the ink on your brows will lighten a little from its original color, whereas a tattoo can have a bluish-green color on the edges when it begins to fade.

Is microblading only for thin brows?

Microblading can be great for those with thin eyebrows as it helps to get some fullness. But if you’re worried about your microbladed brows looking too drawn-on, we can add shading behind the hair-like strokes so that the empty spaces between the strokes aren’t so noticeable.

Those who already have some eyebrow hair and only want a little fill-in or enhancement to their natural brows can get a very natural look with microblading. However, microblading is not recommended for someone with thick eyebrows because it will make your brows look fuller and not groomed.

What is the microblading procedure?

The procedure consists of three main steps.

  • First, shape your brows to perfection using erasable pigments, depending on your desired look.
  • Once the client is satisfied with the outline, the second step includes making the whole process easier. Therefore, an anesthetic cream is applied to the eyebrow area, followed by anesthesia. You will feel a slight glow during the treatment.
  • The third and final step is to create the perfect stroke. A fine needle makes a tiny incision, and the pigment deposits to give a real-eyebrow look. The pigment stimulates hair growth in that particular area. It uses the industry’s best microblading ink.

The results obtained with this treatment are natural.

Is microblading painful?

No! A microblading tool looks like a precision blade and has a series of microneedles. A microblade is dipped in the chosen shade and used to make fine cuts or small strokes into the skin. This cycle embeds shade into the skin. It is known as miniature pigmentation. With the right strategy, microblading eyebrow results can look great and natural.

Do I need to do anything to book a service?

  • Please do not drink alcohol, coffee, or stimulating beverages when you arrive for your treatment.
  • Do not take niacin, aspirin, or vitamin-E 24 hours before treatment.
  • Avoid omega-3 (fish oil) for seven days before treatment.
  • He should avoid excessive tanning or sunbathing for three days before treatment.
  • Don’t wax for 2-3 days before treatment.
  • Avoid bandages, skin peels, lasers, or other medications for 14 days before treatment.
  • I need to be careful not to get my forehead wet for a few days, so I’ll take a shower and style my hair.

Does skin type affect results?

Microblading works better for some skin types than others, but you should always do a series of research to find the best technique for you. Darker skin types usually retain the most pigment. Thus, they have the sharpest strokes. It heals and has fewer unpleasant consequences.

Is there a need to still pluck my eyebrows after microblading?

Yes, you will still have to get your eyebrows plucked after micro-blading if you prefer a clean, well-groomed look. Your eyebrow hair will continue to grow naturally, so if you like to touch up or shape your brows, you’ll still need to tweeze, wax, or thread.