The Semi-Permanent Ink In Microblading Pen Can Shape Perfectly Thick Brows
The permanent etching of ink or tattooing has slowly led to the discovery of a new semi-permanent beauty technique of inking called Microblading. This is very similar to tattooing and the only difference is that Microblading starts to fade in a couple of years and needs to be retouched with pigment regularly. This eyebrow etching or eyebrow embroidery can be successfully commenced with the help of Microblading tools, ink pigment and Microblading equipment.
Professionally proficient people, who are qualified in the technique of Microblading, deal easily with this complicated art of eyebrow making. These professionals use a Microblading pen that consists of a number of minuscule blades which penetrate and spray the pigment into the skin,to create thick and luscious eyebrows. The Microblading tools are used akin to tattooing; the only difference is that the Microblading pen sprays the ink into the upper dermal skin layer, and not 7 layers deep as in tattoos.
In the process of Microblading, sharp and perfect blades or needles are utilised to make miniature cuts into the skin, make eyebrow shape and colour the brow hair perfectly. The Microblading pen used is extra sharp, sterilised, safe, and does not harm the skin during the procedure. The needle or pen tip differs according to the eyebrow curve or shape. There are various trustworthy Microblading tool brands in the market, you can find out about them with a little internet research.
The pigment is filled into the pen and this semi-permanent ink will be used to create fine curves and strokes that make the eyebrow shape. The effect of the ink stays for a maximum of three years and the person has to repeat touch up inking to get the same shape back after 6 months or so. The procedure is slightly painful and numbing the area with anaesthesia helps. Eyebrows can be thickened, filled and created totally with curvy fine strokes of ink.The empty spaces in the brows can be easily filled in with the realistic looking strokes created finely by a Microblading pen.
The tiny cuts may need a repair cream and care serum to heal quickly. Microblading needs a lot of skill and the “created eyebrows” need to be tended to immediately after the procedure but when they heal and have been looked at by the beauty therapist, they remain as just another part of the skin. The brows need no extra pampering, just use a sunscreen to protect the inking from the sun rays. Try to stay away from vigorously exfoliating the area is what the professionals advise their clients.
Many people fear the risk of infection from the pigment and needles used in the beauty treatment. You can head to a reputable spa or salon for Microblading and ask for a good quality disposable tool to dispense ink into the skin. The aesthetician doing the procedure needs to be qualified and trained in the art of Microblading. So make sure you carry out a thorough research before you settle for second best!