If you are considering microblading your eyebrows, it’s crucial to know some secrets about permanent makeup. While microblading has gained popularity over the years, some individuals who have undergone the procedure are now questioning why their brows no longer have that sharp look or have changed in color.
In certain cases, there is a need to correct or remove the microblading altogether. Microblading involves using a small blade dipped in pigment to make tiny cuts in the skin, mimicking eyebrow hairs. However, this process can cause skin damage, and everyone’s skin heals differently. For instance, if you have raised, bumpy, or discolored scars, your newly created brow hairs may heal in the same way.
Additionally, microblading may not be suitable for everyone, especially if you have oily, thick, dry, or mature skin. The good news is that nanoblading is now available as an alternative. This technique uses a more delicate tattoo machine with super fine needles, making it suitable for various skin types. With nanoblading, you can achieve a softly shaded powder-style eyebrow, similar to applying makeup to your brows.
Alternatively, you can opt for a hair stroke brow, where lines are tattooed to resemble natural hairs. The darkest portion of your brow is at the ends, and you can also choose a combination brow, which gradually fades from hair strokes to shading.
Not only is nanoblading less painful than microblading, but it also has a longer-lasting effect. Feel free to reach out to me for a consultation or to book an appointment. As a fully licensed and insured professional in the State of Maine, I provide my clients with a clean and safe space for all procedures. Remember to conduct thorough research before making your decision, whether you choose me or another provider.