Both procedures, Permanent Makeup and Microblading, have gained popularity and authority over the years. Majority of people who want to get their eyebrows done are often confused about what technique to choose. Each technique has its own characteristics, based on which the decision comes down to you.
The Egyptians were the first ones to experiment with their eyebrows. They used to shave their eyebrows completely off and draw them on very thin reaching the temples. It was considered the ideal image of beauty.
Eyebrows have always had trends constantly changing the shape, thickness and colour. For instance, ultra-thin eyebrows were popular some time ago. Nowadays, on the contrary, we deal with a completely different look – wide eyebrows with soft outlines and smooth bends.
Permanent Eyebrow Makeup allows not only save time spent on daily make-up but also corrects shortcomings. It is a real lifesaver for those who have alopecia or a lot of gaps in the growth of hairs. Not to mention, obvious shape and symmetry problems. There are three Permanent Eyebrow Makeup techniques: Hair-Stroke, Powder Effect and Combination Brow.
Hair-stroke technique is mainly used in cases when eyebrows do not have sufficient density or colour saturation. An Artist performs correction by adding single hairs of different length and direction in the necessary places following the natural hair growth pattern. Thereby, adjusting the form and density of brows to their full glory. The result is fully justified since it is almost impossible to distinguish the ”drawn” eyebrow from the natural one even with close examination. Permanent Makeup for all zones: eyebrows, eyes and lips, is performed using an advanced digital cosmetic tattooing machine.
Therefore, the question arises: but what is the difference from Microblading?
Microblading is a form of Permanent Makeup. The main difference of the method lies in the manual execution of the procedure. A Microblading Artist creates fine hair strokes following natural hair growth pattern using Microblading Pen (handheld tool). It is made up of several tiny needles to add pigment into the upper layer of the skin.
Even though creating perfect eyebrows seems an easy procedure it is a whole art. It is not right to say that one technique is better than the other. Each technique is intended to solve certain problems. Therefore, choose wisely your Permanent Makeup or Microblading Artist! Professional Artist will fully guide you through the process and advise you the perfect method that suits your face and skin type. Also, it is important to remember about Health and Safety regulations in order to avoid cross-contamination. To book your appointment follow this link.