Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique that involves using a small handheld tool to create hair-like strokes on the skin, filling in sparse or thinning eyebrows. The tool is dipped in pigment and then used to create tiny incisions in the skin that resemble individual eyebrow hairs.

During the microblading process, a technician carefully measures and maps out the desired shape and style of the eyebrows, taking into account the client’s natural brow shape and facial features. Once the shape is determined, the technician will use the microblading tool to create the desired look, layering the strokes to create a natural-looking brow.

Microblading typically lasts around one to two years, depending on the individual’s skin type and how well they take care of their eyebrows after the procedure. Touch-up appointments are usually recommended every six to twelve months to maintain the desired shape and color.

Microblading is a popular option for those who want to achieve fuller, more defined eyebrows without having to apply makeup every day. It is also a good option for people who have lost eyebrow hair due to medical conditions, such as alopecia or chemotherapy.