The eyes are the most expressive feature of the face and serve as a window into one’s soul. And what better way to accentuate these windows to the soul than with a pair of elegantly styled permanent eyebrows?
Brows have a much longer history than we might think. Over the last century, it has evolved to the ever-changing whims of fashion.
When it comes to brows today, two things come to mind: microblading and eyebrow tattooing. But what sets them apart from one another?
Is microblading permanent? Well, to put it simply, microblading has been around for a few years, and celebrities have taken notice.
A hand tool is used that slightly cuts the skin, after which the pigment is pushed into the skin, creating more intricate and thin designs on your brow areas to make them appear natural-looking and defined. But you’d be surprised to know that it is not permanent. Microbladed eyebrows are supposed to fade completely after about two years, but sometimes that is not the case.
Microblading is performed by highly skilled and RTO-certified aestheticians, such as myself, at high-quality salons and spas.
The initial procedure may take several hours, and the brows will appear darker right away. After a few weeks, the colour may fade and a touch-up may be required. Scabbing and healing may cause them to feel sharper. You really shouldn’t be worried as these are normal occurrences. It’s also normal for you to have some redness and mild swelling.
However, regardless of how enthusiastic you are about the procedure, please keep in mind that microblading is only recommended for skin ages 18 to 45. Why? This is because collagen and elasticity begin to decline after the age of 30, and by 45, there isn’t enough in the skin to hold the feather-like strokes. The pigment will migrate or bleed under the skin.
There are two kinds of tattoos – permanent and semi-permanent. The difference is that the ink in the permanent one is inserted deep into the skin (normal tattoos) whereas the pigment in the semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo floats on the skin’s surface.
Most people are apprehensive about having their brows tattooed because they mistake it for getting an actual tattoo! So let me put your mind at ease.
You’ll be relieved to know that semi-permanent tattooed eyebrows intend to get a natural-looking brow without having to visit the eyebrow technician frequently. Once every 1-3 years should be enough.
It would take several hours to get an eyebrow tattoo because it is difficult to get the perfect lines and it is the most important part of the brows. Every step is critical in achieving the ideal look, and your facial structure and imbalances must be considered.
One of the advantages of eyebrow tattoos is that they save time. No more wasting five minutes shaping your brows. It also helps to define your face without the need for cosmetic surgery. The results of a brow tattoo or microblade are immediate, unlike many other cosmetic procedures, which do not show results until after a lengthy healing period. And finally, tattooed brows have provided wonderful opportunities for some people suffering from diseases such as alopecia, or even after chemotherapy to regain their confidence.
Before you decide to get your brows tattooed, you should be aware of the risks. One of the most common complications associated with eyebrow tattoos is if you’re pregnant, have keloids, or simply have an autoimmune disease, you will need to consult with your technician or a doctor. .
Takeaway: Final Words
Getting eyebrow tattoo makeup or microblade is a great way to get trendy, full eyebrows that will frame your face and boost your self-esteem. However, it can be a bit nerve wracking so it’s always best if you weigh both the positives and negatives. And never be hesitant to talk during your consultation and make a correct decision.You must follow all the aftercare instructions and stick to them diligently. To do that, CMP Cosmetic Tattoo & Microblading is ready to serve you with care. Also check our other services like eyebrow tattoo Walkerston, lip tattoo Walkerston, eyeliner tattoo Walkerston and scalp micropigmentation Walkerston. Contact us now!