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Eyebrow “embroidery” – or microblading – is a process of adding semi-permanent ink to the eyebrows using tiny incisions to mimic eyebrow hairs, giving brows a fuller appearance. The technique is popular among some celebrities, including actress Bella Thorne, who documented her transformation on Snapchat this summer. Julia Milin of Brow Design International says the process is in high demand. “It’s caught fire already but now it’s really starting to get huge,” Milin said. According to Milin, the process starts with sketching the brows with a pencil, then application of a topical numbing agent before beginning the microblading process, which involves making tiny scratches on the surface of the skin, then injecting a temporary dye that fades over time. The dye lasts between 1 and 3 years.
Courses are held by masters, who are specialized in drawing eyebrows according to the Microblading method. They follow and introduce the latest trends in the field of the eyebrow embroidery and so form a coherent team that ensures the best possible results.
Eyebrow tattoos are all the rage at the moment with more of us than ever deciding we want free of the hassle that looking after our eyebrows entails. Before you go through with the procedure though it will help if you educate yourself about what it involved and also understand the reasons why you are getting it done.
What is Eyebrow Tattooing?
Technically known as intradermal micropigmentation, these tattoos use pigments, dyes or inks in the same way as regular tattoos. Needles are inserted in the gun with ink and the artist skillfully implants the required color under the skin with the vibrating needle.
Can you cut your eyebrows with scissors?
How is eyebrow embroidery done?
First, a technician will clean up your brow line by removing strays. Then, an anaesthetic cream will be applied to reduce the sensation of pain. Once the desired brows are traced, the technician will use a small blade to cut very small pieces of the top of layer of the skin away and apply the new colour in its place. Aujla says the blade is similar to that of an Exacto knife, so it’s very thin and sharp. There may be some redness and minor swelling, but that should disappear within a few hours to a couple of days. The colour will likely fade by about 50 to 70 percent in the first two weeks so a follow-up session will be required. It is important to avoid scrubbing the brow area or picking off any scabs that may form, in order to protect the new eyebrows. Because this treatment is semi-permanent, it will require touch-ups from time to time as long as you choose to have them.
Brush your brows directly upwards using a fine-toothed common comb or a small toothbrush. If there are any longer hairs that overlap with your natural shape on top of your brows, trim them down using a small pair of scissors.
Clean the eyebrow surface area. Apply pre-wax cleanser on eyebrows and around the skin, and then apply a light amount of powder using a cotton swab.
Apply the wax equally in the direction of hair growth using the applicator stick to shape your eyebrow. Only apply enough wax to cover the eyebrow hair surface where you want the hair removed. Do not apply too much wax so that it oozes onto hair that you do not want to remove.
Apply the strip in the direction of hair growth, leaving a tab at the end of the strip. Press on it and firmly smooth your hand across the strip a couple of times into the direction of hair growth, to assure that the wax is sticking into the hair and to check if the wax has slightly cooled down.
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