Have you come across the before-and-after photos online of one eyebrow with irregular scanty hair and another that is unbelievably rich and perfect? Well, if you have tried to replicate the effect with an eye pencil, then you’ve already learned that it does not work. The technique used to acquire fine, full and shapely eyebrows is called microblading, and it has become a popular trend of late. To get you more acquainted with microblading, here are five questions that are frequently asked about microblading:
What is Microblading?
Simply put, microblading is a cosmetic technique where a special pencil-like tool is used to recreate the appearance of real eyebrow hair on the brow line. The penciled hair strokes are a perfect match to the actual hair strokes, creating a rich and full look. The effect is semi-permanent and more realistic than the traditional eyebrow tattoo.
Who is a Candidate?
If you have thinning eyebrows, eyebrows that lack color or eyebrows that are falling out of shape, you could get microblading to give your eyebrows the arch and volume they need. The procedure is a good option for most people who are interested in it.
What Should I Do After the Treatment?
We will make sure to provide you with any aftercare instructions that you may need in order to enjoy optimal results.
How Long Does It Take?
Microblading is a treatment that requires attention to detail and proficiency. Generally, the process takes a little bit of time; however, the amount of time taken usually depends on the individual case. How thin are the eyebrows? What is the desired shape? How much arching does the client need? These are some of the things to consider.
How Long Do the Results Last?
Microblading lasts a long time but eventually fades as it is semi-permanent. For optimal results, you might want to consider a touch-up treatment as needed.
Are you looking to reshape your eyebrows and claim that desired volume? The experts at Rejuvenate Med Spa in Oak Brook want to help. Don’t forget to take a look at our Rejuvenate Med Spa Reviews page, and to really learn more about microblading, contact us today and set up an appointment!