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Make up has always been a staple for any woman that wants to enhance their beauty. However, what we know as everyday makeup is taking on a new life. You have most likely heard of eyebrow microblading or permanent makeup before, and if not then this is still good to know what it is and if it is something you perhaps want to do.

Microblading, and other forms of semi-permanent and permanent makeup has become a tool to, not only enhance beauty and provide longevity, but also to give people their beauty back and rebuild their self confidence. People who have suffered from hair loss, or pigmentation issues can make use of these new and innovative methods of makeup to restore that which was damaged or lost. It is more than simply a tool to remove the daily hassle of reapplying and filling in your brows or applying your lipstick.

Looking at eyebrow microblading specifically, it takes away the hassle of having to fill in your brows everyday or draw on hair where there once was hair. No eyebrow pencils, no gel, no smudging. Eyebrow microblading is known as a semi-permanent eyebrow tattooing. Both these two words sound quite intimidating, but there is truly nothing to be scared about. Microblading is not as painful as it sounds, neither is eyebrow tattooing as permanent as it sounds. So for those that are still weighing their options, this might put you at ease.

Microblading, as opposed to traditional tattooing, entails the use of a small tool with tiny needles. These needles are used to draw single hair strokes by hand while also depositing pigment under your skin. The end result is realistic-looking brow hairs that will not wash away.



After your initial microblading appointment, it is advised that you go back after four weeks for a check up and a slight touch up. Once that is complete, you don’t have to go again for at least a year. It is important to keep in mind that the oilier the skin, the faster the fade. This is quite sad for those with oily skin because microblading does not come at a cheap price. Depending on where you live, it can range from $500 to $2000. So, before making any impulsive decisions, it's good to weigh up the pros and cons, and see what suits you.


Safe, effective, painless - As previously mentioned, microblading is not as painful as it sounds. It is done with precision and with care. And it will be over before you know it.


Natural looking results - It is important to make sure that you choose a professional with decent experience in microblading, seeing that it is semi-permanent, to perform this procedure. If done by a professional, you can expect beautiful, realistic-looking, fully eyebrows.


Saves time - Like they say, time is money, and in this case it truly is. Removing your eyebrows from your morning makeup routine, depending on how makeup savvy you are, can save you up to 10mins. That means 10mins more for hair or 10 more minutes of snoozing your alarm.


No smudges - For people who sweat a lot or are very active, eyebrow smudging is a nightmare. But with microblading this problem is completely eliminated. You continuously look great, whether you’re swimming or just having a busy day running errands.


Can save money in the long run - It is safe to say that women are quite generous when it comes to spending money on self-care. Microblading, even though it costs a great deal when getting it done, can save you money on all the eyebrow pencils you go through in a year and all the eyebrow tinting appointments you have to book.

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  • Requires aftercare - This is probably the most important part of the entire procedure. The area needs to stay dry, so put a halt on all activities that make you sweat and keep the area clean with antibacterial ointment.
  • Infectious or allergic reactions - As mentioned, make sure you get this procedure done by a professional to ensure that all equipment used are sterile and that they will be able to inform you of any allergens inside the pigment being used. Moreover, they will be able to inform you about the best aftercare routine for your skin specifically to avoid any infections that may occur.
  • Quite expensive - Microblading is not the cheapest option for good looking brows on the market, and this makes it exclusive and not available to everyone.

If you are looking into this option of microblading or any other form of permanent makeup, it is good to do research based on where you are. Do not hesitate to ask around for past experiences of other people. Do research on what works best for you and if this is the route you wish to take.



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