Microblading is a method of semi-permanent tattooing. The purpose of this method is to create a more precise, natural effect, creating hairlike strokes, to fill in gaps, sparse areas, and correct undesirable eyebrow shapes. The procedure consists of implanting pigment with fine “scratches” at the upper level of the dermis, imitating real hair strokes to create a 3D effect.
What is the difference between microblading & tattooing with a tattoo gun?
It is semi-permanent, which means it fades away, and the dye particles are less concentrated in microblading pigment than ink of a traditional tattoo.