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What Exactly Is Microshading . . .

If you’ve ever wanted fuller, more defined eyebrows, Microshading just may be the perfect solution for you. Also known as Powder Brows or Ombre Brows; both of which are cosmetic tattooing – these popular techniques have completely taken the beauty industry by storm. Each technique can completely transform thin, disappearing eyebrows while giving hope to those who are missing thickness, arch or tail – In this blog post, we’ll explore what is Microshading, the benefits Microshading, as well as who’s an ideal & how it can help you achieve the brows of your dreams

What is Microshading?

Microshading involves using specialized sterile needles & custom inks specially formulated for facial cosmetic tattooing. A certified and well-trained artist uses a tattoo pen to softly layer pigment into the skin, in tiny, pixelated dots – producing a shaded effect. The results are very natural looking and can provide an instant boost in confidence for those who have sparse or over-plucked brows.The process generally takes two hours and results may last up to 1-3 years. Keep in mind results vary – and due to the nature, are not guaranteed.
It’s important to note that Microshading is not recommended for everyone. Those with compromised skin, underlying medical conditions, and under certain medications should consult their desired artist & doctor before undergoing this procedure. Additionally, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is not advised to get Microshading done until after you have given birth and completed breastfeeding. Click here to see a list of contraindications.

The Benefits of Microshading

There are many advantages to getting Microshading; For one thing, they look incredibly natural and require minimal maintenance beyond filling them in occasionally with makeup or having touch-ups every few years.
Additionally, downtime needed for recovery (unlike other cosmetic procedures) is minimal and very similar to a traditional body tattoo healing process. Lastly, unlike traditional tattoos which use heavy pigments that can sometimes turn blue or green over time, Microshading (when done with proper ink, technique & tools) should never change color.

In Summary

Whether you want to fill in your sparse eyebrows or add definition to already full ones, Microshading may be just what you need! This procedure produces natural-looking results that last up to three years with proper care and maintenance – making it an ideal solution. With its quick application process and long-lasting results, it’s no wonder why so many people are booking quickly – Click here to book your consult


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