Microblading has been one of the big beauty trends of this year, but if you’re still not quite sure what it entails, you may want to check out the information provided by the East Anglian Daily Times recently.
The newspaper explained exactly what microblading is, how it can help and how long it lasts.
Sue Adams, managing director of GLOW clinic in Ipswich, spoke about microblading and its advantages over other options when it comes to having fuller and thicker-looking brows.
She noted that it’s classed as permanent makeup, because it involves tattooing your brows onto your face to make them darker and more defined. But she explained because of the precision involved, it results in an “incredibly natural and realistic look”.
Because it’s permanent, microblading can take a little while. An initial appointment will typically last around two hours, which includes a full consultation and planning to ensure you get your perfect brows and that the colour is matched to your natural hair colour.
“Once the client is totally satisfied with the choices, the microblading itself can then be performed,” Ms Adams said.
Although it’s a permanent procedure, the colour of your brows will fade over time and you are likely to need touch up sessions. The length of time between these sessions can vary from four to eight weeks, and each person who has microblading in Hull will be different.
That said, they will generally last for one to two years, depending on your skin type and age, Ms Adams added.
If you’ve over-plucked your eyebrows in the past and want them to recover you need to be patient. An article for Style Caster recently offered some tips on how to help them regrow, which included eating a clean diet and massaging oil onto your brows each evening before bed.