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MINNESOTA MICROBLADING COURSE

Introducing The Latest Minnesota Microblading Training Certification Course

Microblading
Microblading is the new black! Get the brows you’ve always wanted without the unnatural look of a tattoo. Everyone desires and deserves a natural, robust brow! Say goodbye to pencil and faded permanent make-up block brows thanks to our innovative 3D eyebrow embroidery training technique in the Minnesota area.
 
“Browway” specializes in state of the art brows that will last up to 3 years. This technique creates a brow with beautiful pigment that is certified and safe, we manually draw hair strokes in their natural direction. No Machine is used. The tattoo look is not “in,” and a machine can’t get the detailed strokes like cosmetic eyebrow tattooing classes.

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The day finally arrives and I make my way to the clinic, having avoided reading any reviews of the treatment or watching videos of the procedure for fear that they would scare me away. When I arrive at the reception at Lesprit Medical Clinic, plenty of numbing cream is applied before I meet eyebrow specialist Patricia Kerr. She examines my brows and recommends I undergo microblading rather than micropigmentation, because my hair is very fine and the former treatment will result in a more natural ­look. Microblading involves adding pigment to the skin under your existing brows using “long lasting make-up”, which needs to be touched up every eight to 10 months. While this was the best option for me, some might prefer micro­pigmentation, which gives a fuller, bolder result. It uses a machine connected to a digital pen, rather than a hand-held blade, and makes slightly thicker, deeper marks in the top layer of the skin.

However, there are also some risks associated with microblading. 3D eyebrow embroidery is done with a blade that cuts into the skin, and one session can require over 100 tiny cuts. If the person doing the microblading is not properly trained they could cut too deep or skip important sterilization steps, potentially causing an infection. That is the worst-case scenario with microblading, of course. Slightly less dangerous, but still scary, is the possibility of the 3D eyebrow embroidery technician just not doing a good job, and giving you a wonky eyebrow shape. For 7 days after the pigment embroidery it is important to avoid swimming or sweating heavily, since exposure to too much water can cause the microbladed eyebrows to scab over, which will cause the cuts to heal unevenly resulting in patchy eyebrows.

It’s not the same with traditional tattooed-on brows. There’s a reason why it’s usually referred to as microblading or eyebrow embroidery instead of “brow tattoos,” and that is due to the bad reputation of tattooed-on brows. Traditional eyebrow tattoos are too dark, thin, or unnatural-looking, while microbladed brows aim to mimic real brow hairs so they tend to look more natural. It needs to be done by a professional. Microbladed brows are still considered face tattoos, so you have to carefully review portfolios of brow artists and make sure that they’re legit before availing of the service. Only visit licensed brow salons to be sure. A professional should also consult with you about your preferred shape and color before beginning the tattooing process, so don’t be afraid to be picky.

What to do after eyebrow embroidery to help the area heal?

Microblading Course

3D eyebrow embroidery or microblading is a “permanent” makeup technique done with a tiny, angled blade made of a row of even tinier needles. The microblading blade is dipped in ink, and then lightly scraped across the skin in delicate strokes, mimicking hair. I put the word permanent in quotation marks because, while it is the technical term, it’s not apt. Unlike eyebrow tattoos that often look unnatural and unappealing, eyebrow microblading lasts for 3 years at most, providing you with your dream naturally looking bushy eyebrows or any other shape your prefer. For women in their 30s or younger the microstroking will likely not last for more than a year.

The day finally arrives and I make my way to the clinic, having avoided reading any reviews of the treatment or watching videos of the procedure for fear that they would scare me away. When I arrive at the reception at Lesprit Medical Clinic, plenty of numbing cream is applied before I meet eyebrow specialist Patricia Kerr. She examines my brows and recommends I undergo microblading rather than micropigmentation, because my hair is very fine and the former treatment will result in a more natural ­look. Microblading involves adding pigment to the skin under your existing brows using “long lasting make-up”, which needs to be touched up every eight to 10 months. While this was the best option for me, some might prefer micro­pigmentation, which gives a fuller, bolder result. It uses a machine connected to a digital pen, rather than a hand-held blade, and makes slightly thicker, deeper marks in the top layer of the skin.


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Updated: October 13, 2017 — 7:31 am

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  1. Hello,
    Could you please send me all information about microblading courses in Minnesota including (dates, requirements, prices) as I will have to fly from Dubai .. thanks

  2. Please send me more information on locations in minnesota and also prices!

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