If you want natural-looking, defined brows that will last a couple years, microblading might be a good fit. Microblading uses a small hand tool to create fine strokes to mimic individual hairs. The semi-permanent ink is not placed as deep as with a traditional tattoo, which keeps the ink from bleeding, but also means it only lasts about one to three years.
Right after treatment, your eyebrows will look darker than expected, but will fade about 50% while you heal the following two weeks. Six weeks after your initial treatment, most technicians recommend a touch-up to finalize the look. A touch-up every two years will help keep your eyebrows on fleek.
MRC MicroBlading Staff
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