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We've all be there. You scroll through your social media and see image after image of faces with perfect eyebrows. You may be one of the millions of people who have thinning brows, or your once thick, healthy brows have begun to look sparse over time.
Whatever the cause, beautiful brows are back – and if you want the look, microblading could be your answer.
Eyebrow trends come and go, from the super thin brows of the 90s to the thick, lush brows sported by supermodel Cara Delevingne. As few of us were actually born with perfect brows, you might just need a little help when it comes to creating the perfect eyebrows. You have heard that microblading is the latest way to have truly gorgeous eyebrows, but what is it -- and how does it work?
What is Microblading?
Microblading is a type of eyebrow shaping that focuses on creating the most aesthetically pleasing brows for your facial structure. Each patient who comes to our Valdosta clinic seeking to enhance their eyebrows with microblading receives a completely custom procedure, designed specifically to best showcase and frame the eyes, and enhance their facial features.
The process uses a small tool with 10-12 needles attached. These needles are not designed to penetrate the skin, rather they scratch the surface (similar to a papercut) and deposit small amounts of pigment below the surface of the skin. These featherweight strokes are paired with medical-grade pigment to give you full, natural-looking eyebrows with very realistic hair-like strokes.
How is Microblading Different than Permanent Makeup?
Permanent makeup uses the same technique as having a tattoo. It penetrates the deepest layers of the skin, permanently marking it with ink. Microblading is not permanent makeup, with treatment lasting an average of one to three years.
What is the Procedure for Microblading?
During the procedure, your aesthetician will prepare the area removing any hairs that are not within the desired shape of your eyebrows. The zone to be treated will then be numbed using a topical anesthetic.
Once you have established the desired shape for your new brows, the needling process will begin depositing pigment into superfine lines. Once the procedure has been completed, extra pigment will be applied to the area for an additional few minutes.