Brow Microblading & Ombre Shading
Eyebrows are among the most significant facial features because they communicate emotions, enhance the beauty of the eyes, and complement the facial skeleton. If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your eyebrows due to alopecia or over-plucking, both of which can result in thin, sparse eyebrows, you may consider microblading as a semipermanent solution to restore your eyebrows in Rockwall, TX. At Love It or Lose It, we can help you discover the benefits of microblading, which is a great alternative to facial tattooing and permanent makeup techniques that cannot match microblading’s fine detail and natural look.
What is microblading?
Microblading, also known as eyebrow embroidery, is a technique that involves manually depositing color pigments into the epidermis using a very fine blade. This method of tattooing is considered semi-permanent in comparison to traditional hair stroke techniques, such as Eyebrow Embroidery and 3D Feather Hair Stroke, which are all microblading applications.
Why is microblading unique?
While conventional permanent makeup tattooing is ideal for the lips and eyeliner, it lacks the finesse of microblading when it comes to the eyebrows. Simply filling in thinning eyebrows with a full-color tattoo can result in an unnatural, bulky appearance that does not complement the facial features. Microblading is distinct because the technique resembles embroidery and creates the appearance of real hair follicles with each pigmented section. This is essential, as the brows should naturally have space between individual hair follicles. Microblading can also eliminate the need for daily makeup application to fill in the eyebrows, allowing you to enjoy a much more low-maintenance beauty ritual.
What to Expect from microblading?
Your microblading treatment can be completed in a single session, but you may want to schedule maintenance appointments every 8 to 12 months, as the results are only semipermanent. After the initial treatment, you may have to return in one month to ensure proper healing and complete any necessary touch-ups. Local anesthesia can alleviate the minor discomfort associated with microblading, and there is no recovery time.
How to Design Your Brows
When you schedule an appointment for microblading, you can anticipate discussing your desired appearance with your aesthetician prior to the procedure. Depending on your facial features, you may opt for a bold and straight brow or a lighter, feathered and arched brow. Microblading is especially effective for those with patchy or light brows, brows that are thinning, or eyebrows that have been poorly shaped by years of excessive plucking. Because the procedure is semipermanent, you have the option to alter your appearance when you return for a touch-up.