Microblading, 3D/6D Eybrows,
Microstroking, Eyebrow Embroidery,
Semi-Permanent Eyebrow Tattooing,
Different Names Same Procedure
Have you heard of Microblading? Maybe "Microstroking" "Eyebrow Embroidery" or "3D / 6D Eyebrows"? Microblading is a relatively new cosmetic tattoo procedure that encompasses the beauty industry, which offers women (and men) a solution to the need for makeup, or non-existent hair growth to have the most realistic forehead tattoo possible.
There are many reasons why women choose to have Microblading cosmetic treatments. Whether it's saving time and the hassle of applying it every day or maybe you want to change or improve your natural characteristics.
Many people opt for Microblading cosmetic because they often cannot use conventional cosmetics. For example, sports enthusiasts, those with an active and busy lifestyle, people with sensitive skin or allergies, people with visual impairments who find it difficult and those with alopecia could benefit from Microblading.
Microblading has many names such as 3D Eyebrows, Eyebrow Embroidery, 6D Eyebrows, and Micro Pigmentation. It is applied by inserting small amounts of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin to enhance the features of a woman. The pigment enters the second layer of the skin, creating a beautiful color that resembles perfectly applied facial cosmetics.
Treatments can last for many years depending on a variety of factors, including skin type, amount of sun exposure and lifestyle. The color will fade over time, so it is recommended that a refill every 18 months keep the color fresh.
Whatever your reason, there are many benefits to complement most lifestyles.
Fill on the depilated eyebrows
Hair loss through chemotherapy
Hair loss with alopecia
A need to use an eyebrow pencil for sparse eyebrows.
Either good or bad, the eyebrows are one of the main facial focal points and can modify the appearance of your face by making the changes smaller. The eyebrows can lift the face, and with just fixing the eyebrows here and there, you can lift the eye area, creating a natural-looking arc and lift without having to undergo any cosmetic surgery. Not all of us are blessed with perfect eyebrows naturally, and over plucking them is so easily done, leaving us with scanty or ill-formed eyebrows.
The eyebrow Microblading has several different names, such as Microstroking, Micropigmentation, Eyebrow Embroidery, Eyebrow Feathering and 3D Eyebrows.
No matter the name, the eyebrow Microblading procedure is relatively new here, but it has been popular in parts of Asia and Europe for approximately 25 years.
Microblading eyebrows continue to grow in popularity in the United States, and although it seems that the party arrived a bit late here, it is actually a good thing since it has allowed the techniques to improve since its origin.