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Microblading At Eastside Microblading Studio & Academy Process

Jul 4

Microblading is a technique of semi-permanent makeup that recreates hair like strokes on the skin to create fuller, more defined brows. Also known as eyebrow embroidery, feathering or 3D eyebrows it looks natural and beautiful and can be used to fill in gaps, define the brow shape, add volume or even cover scars. This process takes a lot of skill and training to learn, but the results can be life changing for those who struggle with sparse or thinning eyebrows, alopecia, or even are completely bald due to chemotherapy at microblading scottsdale.

The artist at the studio is a true professional, she takes pride in her work and always makes sure that the client gets exactly what they want. She has an amazing personality and wants nothing less than the best for her clients. I would highly recommend her to anyone looking for a microblading artist.

Whether you want a more natural or bold look, microblading and powder brows are both great options for long-lasting, beautiful brows that can frame your face. Both techniques involve using a handheld tool to draw on the eyebrows with hair-like strokes that mimic the appearance of real eyebrow hair, giving you a natural and polished finish.

Once the initial healing process is complete, it's time for a touch-up appointment to maintain your new brows. Follow the directions that your artist gives you, and keep the area clean by cleansing it once a day with a gentle cleanser. Then, apply a protective cream to prevent the pigment from fading too quickly.

For a more subtle, natural-looking brow, consider getting a lash enhancement liner instead of the typical dark eyeliner. This semi-permanent makeup tattoo involves tattooing a thin line along the lash line to make your lashes appear darker and more full, much like tightlining does for the eyes. Veronica Tran, an esthetician and master stylist, says this treatment can also be effective for people who suffer from sparse or thin lashes, as well as for those dealing with alopecia.

A lash enhancement tattoo isn't as permanent as a regular eyeliner, so you will need to get it touched up once or twice a year to maintain its appearance. Most artists recommend avoiding mascara or any other lash products until the area has fully healed, which usually takes about a week. It's best to consult with your artist before deciding what type of lash enhancement is right for you.