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What is Microblading?

There is a wide range of terms used to describe this technique, the more general being Microblading. Other common terms are; Feather eyebrow tattooing and Eyebrow embroidery.  Whilst terms may vary, they all broadly refer to the same process where an artist applies colored pigmentation to a client's eyebrows using a fine bladed hand-tool. This creates small hair-like strokes to imitate natural eyebrows. Unlike a standard eyebrow tattoo, the pigments are not implanted into the skin and will naturally fade over time. This method is semi-permanent and can last up to 3 years depending on each individual's skin type. 

 

Miocroblading is ideal for clients who want to naturally enhance the look of their eyebrows. People suffering from alopecia, those who have over plucked, or have sparse eyebrow hair growth can greatly benefit from microblading.

The results are natural and shape fuller looking brows.