Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure that involves using a manual handheld tool to create hair-like strokes by depositing pigment under the skin's surface. This technique is used to enhance the appearance of eyebrows by filling in sparse areas, defining the shape, and creating a fuller and more symmetrical look. Unlike traditional eyebrow tattoos, microblading mimics the natural look of real hair, creating a more realistic and natural-looking result. It's a great option for people with thin, over-plucked, or uneven eyebrows who are looking for a long-lasting solution. With proper care, the results can last up to 18 months. Overall, microblading is a popular and effective cosmetic treatment that can transform your brows and give you the confidence to look and feel your best.
First let’s talk about powder brows which involve shading the brows using a technique that creates a soft and natural-looking finish to the brows. Unlike microblading, which creates individual hair strokes, powder brow involves using a PMU machine to create a more shaded look that relies on a mist of tiny dots to produce the desired effect. The result is an incredibly soft look that generally lasts for up to two years, and can be retouched according to the needs of the individual. The color saturation and opaqueness can be adjusted to create a subtle or dramatic look. Blade and shade combine the shading of powder brows with individual hair strokes from microblading (or nano brows). You get the best of both worlds.
The process of lip blushing involves using small needles to deposit pigments in the lips, resulting in a semipermanent cosmetic enhancement of lip color and shape. It is important to consider various factors such as pain tolerance, budget, and potential side effects before deciding to undergo this procedure. During the procedure, the provider will numb the lips and insert natural-looking pigment into the lips using small needles. The procedure can take between 1 and 3 hours, and some discomfort may be experienced, although a numbing product is applied beforehand to help minimize pain. The results are semipermanent, and the process may need to be repeated every few years to maintain the desired results. Proper aftercare is necessary to avoid potential side effects such as swelling, redness, pain, infection, itching, rash, scars, uneven coloring, or blood-borne illnesses. If any severe symptoms such as excessive swelling, worsening pain, or pus oozing from the lips occur, it is important to seek medical attention immediately.