The most common microblading myths
The microblading trend has been in the industry for a long time. And now, many beauty enthusiasts have started doing it with satisfactory results. But microblading is not taken well by everyone in the beauty industry or even the general public. Just like many other popular trends or things, microblading too has its fair share of myths.
Have these myths also prevented you from investing in eyebrow microblading services?
Tiny needles picking your skin sure can be painful, but not as painful as the myths claim. The area that will go through the process will get a numbing agent, and you will hardly feel any real pain. While the first application might be a bit more painful, it will grow on you. Some patients shared their experiences and said that it doesn’t hurt more than waxing your legs.
Even other issues like sunburn, later on, will be manageable easily.
It’s never going away
While we certainly use ‘permanent makeup’, it doesn’t mean it will remain forever. The pigment used in microblading is not the same as the one used for tattoos, and the ‘permanent makeup’ will eventually go away. Patients, who are looking for having an eyebrow all the time must invest in follow up sessions.
Your brows will not have a natural look
Not entirely a myth. But still not true for most of the part. At the very beginning, your eyebrows will look darker than normal and artificial. But with time, the pigment lightens, and it looks just like your natural brow. You can expect it to blend in after a few weeks.
But, indeed, your eyebrows will always look done and ready after microblading.
It’s for everyone
Many things go on a microblading process – like, the fitness of your skin, your age, skin sensitivity, quality of your skin, etc. These are important for determining the safety and effectiveness of the process.
But it also means that microblading is not for everyone. Many artists don’t recommend it if you have thinner blood. Sensitive skin, especially, doesn’t do well with the pigment.
The process involves a blade
While the process is known as microblading and the tool looks like a blade from an angle, it doesn’t involve a blade. The tool is a construction of many needles together, which helps the pigments in being deposited to the patient’s skin.
Tiny needles are used for drawing natural-looking strokes that would look like real brows.
While microblading is a great way to avoid investing time in doing it every day, or even if you are not happy with your natural brows, only regular touch up will keep it the same every day or permanently.
Stroke Of Genius Microblading offers microblading services with up 6 weeks of touch up sessions for one price. You will also have the safest sessions as the company hires skilled artists for their eyebrow microblading services.