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Microneedling & Permanent Makeup: Introduction

Updated: Jun 27, 2023

“Microblading and permanent makeup are two popular cosmetic tattooing techniques that can enhance the appearance of your eyebrows, lips, and other facial features.

Microblading is a semi-permanent technique that involves using a handheld tool to make tiny, hair-like strokes on the skin. The pigment used in microblading is inserted into the top layer of the skin, creating the illusion of natural, fuller eyebrows. The results can last for up to two years, depending on factors such as skin type and sun exposure.

Permanent makeup, on the other hand, is a more invasive technique that uses a tattooing device to deposit pigment deeper into the skin. The results are more long-lasting, with touch-ups typically needed every few years. Permanent makeup can be used to define and enhance eyebrows, as well as to create the illusion of eyeliner and lip liner.

Both microblading and permanent makeup can be great options for people who want to enhance their facial features without the daily hassle of applying makeup. However, it's important to note that these are still tattoos, and proper aftercare is crucial to ensure the best results.

Before getting either procedure, it's important to do your research and find a reputable, licensed artist who has experience and a portfolio of their work. Be sure to ask about their sterilization process, and always make sure they are using new, sterile needles.

It's also important to keep in mind that both techniques can result in some pain and discomfort during the procedure, and some redness and swelling after the procedure. The area may also be tender to the touch for a few days.

If you're considering micro blading or permanent makeup, it's important to understand the risks and benefits of both techniques and make an informed decision. With the right artist and proper aftercare, you can enjoy beautiful, long-lasting results that can help you feel more confident and put-together every day.”

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