The Benefits of Microblading;
1. Reduce the amount of time necessary to get ready in the morning.
As every professional woman knows, you have to wake up every morning and ‘put on your face’. This ritual process of making yourself presentable to the world with make-up takes up a lot of time and can be tiresome. Since microblading is semi-permanent you won’t need to waste any more time filling in your eyebrows. Which means extra time in bed of a morning! All woman can benefit from time saved thanks to microblading.
2. Hair loss due to alopecia or chemo
Microblading was originally founded in Asia for cancer patients who had gone through chemotherapy and lost a significant amount of eyebrow hair. Microblading will benefit anyone who is experiencing hair loss or lack of hair growth in the brows. The natural looking hairstrokes used in microblading make it difficult to tell that you’ve had a procedure done and giving natural looking brows.
3. Does not smudge or smear off.
Microblaiding implants pigments into the first 3 layers of skin. Without having to add any make up, clients can enjoy any physical activity without the worry of losing the look of their brows. Regular make up wouldn’t make it through a hot yoga session! Also is waterproof so during them beach holidays or pool parties theres is one less thing to worry about!
4. Lasts 1-3 years
Microblading last 1-3 years based in environmental factors like sun exposure and depending on skin type. Each person is different.
5. Pigment does not change colour, only loses saturation
The pigments used in microblading are all organic and specially made so that they do not change colour. They will slowly lose saturation over time, cueing you to come in for a touch up session.
6. It is very safe
Miroblading is very safe and minimally invasive and has very little down time. We use 2 lots of numbing solutions throughout the treatment to help keep our clients as comfortable as possible.
The procedure itself is only about 10% of the true microblading experience, and the next 30 -60 days after are the real deal.
For more information, check out our microblading healing guide.