Microblading is a manual micropigmentation technique that creates the appearance of hair using a pen-shaped tool. It's an ideal solution for people with hairless eyebrows who want to rebuild them in an artistic and hyper-realistic manner.
The technique uses micro-needles of the latest nano generation, which are three times finer than traditional tattoo needles. As a result, microblading improves the volume and symmetry of eyebrows, giving them a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing look.
It's best suited for those with normal to dry skin.
The hair-by-hair effect is achieved using a device, different from the one used in microblading, called a dermographic pen. It deposits pigment into the skin to simulate the appearance of natural hair strands.
Micropigmentation is recommended as a means of correcting or reconstructing eyebrows on delicate skin.
This technique is especially suitable for individuals with oily, sensitive, thin, or mature skin types.
It is the combination of the hair-by-hair technique with the makeup effect technique. Combining both we create the volume of hair and appearance of a made-up eyebrow.
In oily, sensitive, thin, and mature skin, it is advisable to realize both techniques with the demograph.
Eyebrows whith makeup effect
The desired makeup appearance can vary greatly depending on individual taste and needs, ranging from a subtle and translucent effect to a more bold and defined texture. To achieve a highly realistic appearance, varying levels of pigmentation should be applied in different areas of the eyebrows.
The intensity and concentration of color will affect the longevity of the effect.
This treatment can enhance, even out, or enhance the natural color of the lips. It is an effective solution for lightening dark lipsticks, improving symmetry, or creating the appearance of long-lasting lipstick.
The desired effect depends on individual taste and needs, and can range from a subtle and translucent appearance to a bold and defined texture, similar to that of a matte lipstick. The intensity of color affects the longevity of the effect.