Eyebrow Microblading


This form of tattooing creates thin strokes in your skin. These strokes are dyed with a pigment to look like individual eyebrow hairs. Microblading can make your eyebrows look fuller. It can correct their shape. It can even give you the appearance of eyebrows if you have none at all.


Before your procedure, a specialist talks with you. They find out what kind of eyebrows you want. They study and measure your face. Then, they draw out an eyebrow shape that's right for you. When you're happy with the shape, the process begins.

Implanting the pigment

First, you lie back and relax while a numbing cream is put on your skin. You'll wait while your eyebrow area gets numb. Then, your specialist uses a microblading tool to make fine strokes in your skin. The tool doesn't actually have a blade. Instead, several small needles lined up in a row create the tool's edge. These needles puncture the top layer of your skin. Pigment is rubbed into these fine strokes to create hairlike marks.


Your skin will heal over the next few weeks. The pigment fades quite a bit during this time. You may need a followup visit to get some final touch-ups. Microblading isn't permanent, but you can expect your pigment to last from one to three years. For more information, contact your microblading specialist.