Ultimate Guide to Microblading Eyebrows

Ultimate Guide to Microblading Eyebrows

Maybe you have decided your eyebrows need a little improvement, so you are exploring the possibility of undergoing microblading. The first thing is to be sure you know what is microblading and what it involves. Reading through the points in this overview will help answer your questions. We can answer any further questions you want to know by contacting our salon or booking a consultation with our microblading specialists.

All About Microblading Eyebrows?

Microblading is a distinct style of manual tattooing that is semi-permanent. The technique—conducted by trained specialists—is the way to create fuller, more natural-looking eyebrows. Using an extra-fine blade, the technician etches colour into your eyebrows, shaping them and creating chic and stylish eyebrows.

The process of microblading your eyebrows is a complex one and requires a trained and experienced professional. Once you have booked a consultation at Lana Tarek Salon, we will discuss what you want to achieve in shape, colour and fullness. We will explain the microblading procedure and any questions you have are answered during the consultation.

Pros & Cons Of Microblading

Like a lot of things in life, there are advantages and disadvantages to doing something. Having both sides of the information helps you make informed choices, and that applies to microblading as it does to most decisions in life.

The Advantages Of Microblading

It makes you look better and feel better, which helps strengthen your self-confidence. In addition, the colour is matched to your own pigmentation, and the shape selected will enhance your face. 

You can view a few of our microblading eyebrows before and afters in our online gallery. 

There is little pain attached to the process of microblading, unlike some tattooing procedures. Before commencing the microblading procedure, the eyebrow area is numbed.

The follow-up and healing are straightforward, and you will be given uncomplicated guidelines on the best way to care for your eyebrows in the weeks following the procedure.

Microbladed eyebrows save you time by reducing the time it takes you to make up each day. 

The Disadvantages Of Microblading

A person can have an allergic reaction to almost anything. It is not always predictable. However, a reputable eyebrow salon will always conduct an allergy test before any microblading procedure.

Suppose you undertake to have your microblading done by unqualified personnel. In that case, there is a risk they will be unaware of the hygiene and safety procedures necessary to avoid any infection or to advise you how to look after your brows following microblading to ensure they remain perfect.

Microbladed eyebrows can take up to 4 weeks to heal fully. This depends on your healing abilities and the aftercare you follow.

Not everyone is suitable for microblading, and it is imperative that you answer any health questions truthfully. Some of the conditions that are contra-indicated for microblading include,

  • Pregnancy
  • Skin Conditions
  • Blood Thinning Medications

Step-By-Step Outline Of Microblading

  1. Meeting with the eyebrow specialist – to fully discuss your needs and what treatment will best achieve this. 
  2. Your eyebrow specialist will discuss the correct shape and colour with you.
  3. Numbing cream is applied by yourself before the procedure. This is then wiped off before measuring and drawing the brows.
  4. The microblading process commences.
  5. Before leaving the salon, we will offer advice again on the aftercare procedures. You can also purchase some LT healing balm to ease any itching.
  6. 4-6 weeks later, your return is recommended for a touch-up. 
  7. You can expect your brows to last 6 months – 2 years, depending on your lifestyle and skin type.

Microblading your eyebrows can make you feel fantastic, more youthful and more confident. But we recommend you undergo the procedure in a recognised salon by trained beauticians, who can advise on all aspects of the microblading eyebrow process.

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