Scar Free: Microblading Your Eyebrows The Right Way

Eyebrows on fleek! Don’t you love beautiful eyebrows? I know a friend from way back who did this process. And this made her look like a 1920s rag-doll. It looks great when done, but there are a few things you need to remember. Thus, this is like a tattoo process. Slicing of skin layers happen. It goes deeper, so there are cases of bleeding. And this comes without risks. But an expert should handle this. Now you can wake up looking like a person you’ve always wanted to be.

Things To Consider

Are you prone to skin conditions like keloids of eczema? Do you have skin allergies? If you are breastfeeding, then this is a big no. It’s essential to seek medical counsel. Any procedure that involves slicing or tearing the skin has its risk. So do your research before proceeding. You need to be mentally prepared. And this can be permanent. What if something goes wrong? The procedure can also cost you, and the repeated process can take your time. And skin health is essential.

The Procedure

It costs around $600. It can be semi-permanent. That is why you check with your eyebrow doctor every three years. The doctor sterilizes the parts of the eyebrows needing the ink. The procedure can be painful.  It can be as painful as a scrape. Thus, this is the result of making thin slices using a triple micro blade among the eyebrow hairs. You need to go back for a touch-up after 30 days to see if there is a need for another procedure. Applying ointments happen later.

Conclusion

The good thing about microblading is that it looks natural. It also looks clean. It enhances your face, and it can make you look like a runway model. If you are in South Florida, try to Google “microblading South Florida” for beauty services.

Jack
Written by Jack
Jack Bauer is a freelance writer and an academician. He is a graduate of Communication and Media Arts and he owns a publishing company in New York City.