Obviously, it's not a perfect world, if it did then puppies would stay puppies forever, and everyone would have naturally perfect eyebrows.
The truth is, our eyebrows are not created equally. In reality, all eyebrows require some efforts to look dazzling while few requires the help of a small miracle just to get by.
Even though naturally perfect eyebrows are very few, you can still get your hands on those. Eyebrows Microblading makes it possible to transform any brows into the closest thing to naturally perfect as possible.
Eyebrows microblading goes by many different names like microstroking, eyebrow embroidery, micropigmentation, 3D eyebrows, and eyebrow feathering. No matter the name, the procedure of microblading eyebrows is relatively new here, but it has been popular in parts of Asia and Europe for roughly 30 years. Today Microblading eyebrows continue to grow in popularity in the USA. Now people with proper microblading training and experience can give you great looks with affordable prices. So even though it looks like the party might have arrived a little late here, today it's here in its best possible form and techniques since its origin.
A microblade tool looks similar to a Chinese knife, but instead of there being one big blade, here are a series of microneedles. The microblade is dipped into a specific color of pigment and then used to make a fine cut, or micro stroke, in the skin.This process results in the pigment being implanted into the skin, known as micropigmentation. With the proper technique, microblading eyebrow results look completely natural and beautiful. All it requires only is strict adherence to the microblading aftercare instructions, and understanding the microblading healing process.
But how Microblading is any different than permanent makeup?
The sure Microblading procedure sounds a lot like a tattoo because that’s exactly what it is. More precisely, microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo. However, microblading eyebrows are nothing like your grandma’s permanent tattooed eyebrows that sort of look like they were drawn on using a sharpie and then fade into unnatural shades of pink and blue over time. Here are two major differences that make microblading more natural looking compared to the results permanent cosmetics are known for.
First, the pigment used for microblading has an iron oxide content base. Iron oxide has been a popular ingredient in cosmetics like foundation eyeshadow, lipstick, and blush for decades. Unlike the inks used in permanent cosmetic tattoos, an iron oxide base allows the color to softly fade over time and ultimately vanish.
Second, in eyebrows microblading the pigment used isn’t really implanted into the skin as deeply as the depth used for permanent cosmetic procedures. The best depth for the color to be implanted during the microblading procedure is the upper layer of the dermis. If the micro stroke doesn't go enough deep, the color retention will be poor, and if it's way too much deep, it causes scarring and the healed strokes look blurry instead of fine and crisp.
That’s why to learn about microblading here ‘World Microblading’ is the best option.
Today World Microblading's goal is to create the thinnest strokes for the most realistic results. For that purpose, we developed our own technique called the Dual Blade Method which is taught in Microblading Training and Master Classes worldwide.