Microblading

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MICROBLADING AND PERMANENT MAKEUP

Microblading is a manual pigmentation method that utilizes sterile packaging papers with so-called "Blades" attached.

These "Blades" are small pieces of needles that are packaged together and resemble a small scalpel.
Small, artistic strokes are made in the form of hairs with gentle pressure on the skin to form an outline. Next, this outline is gently abraded and pigment color is applied to the skin. Then, another layer of color is delicately massaged into the skin. This new color mask must stay for 10 minutes to make sure that the healing is complete and the color has been incorporated.

The difference? With the mechanical process of Permanent Makeup, color is introduced directly into the skin with a needle.

However, with the Microblading method, the hairs remain visible and attractive on the skin, but are less permanent.

 

WHEN CAN A PERSON NOT BE TREATED?

If the eyebrow area shows signs of:

  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Seborrheic Dermatitis
  • Keratoses
  • Red veinlets
  • Tendency to Keloids
  • Moles
  • Seb. Oleosa = very oily skin
  • Very scaly, dry skin
  • Large pore skin

 

 

DURABILITY
("Shelf Life")

The durability or so-called "shelf life" of a Microblading treatment cannot be precisely predicted, because it depends on various factors, including:

  • UV-radiation exposure
  • Environmental influences
  • Skin type
  • Metabolism
  • Behavior and lifestyle.

Treatment Considerations

After treatment, please observe these restrictions for 10 days:

  • No direct sun
  • No tanning beds
  • No sauna
  • No shampoo flowing over the treated area
  • No chlorine / No seawater
  • Must treat daily with Vitamin E Cream

Please also note that with the Microblading technology it is only possible to do eyebrows. However, there are some limits.

It is not possible to correct scrolled eyebrows via previous (badly shaped) Permanent Makeup treatments or lip and/or eyelid pigmentation.

 

Taking medications:

If you are taking any blood-thinning medication, you must obtain written permission from your doctor prior to treatment!

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