Procedures of permanent makeup microblading

There are many reasons to consider microblading, a procedure for permanent makeup.

The most popular one is that it provides an alternative to surgical cosmetic procedures and can be done with inexpensive tools like a pencil or pen.

This is just one of the benefits of making use of artificial intelligence in the beauty industry.

How does it work

Permanent makeup microblading is a form of permanent makeup that uses a needle to create very fine lines on the skin. The result is a natural looking eyebrow or eyelash enhancement. 

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Microblading begins with a consultation during which the technician will take a look at your skin and determine the type and amount of tattooing you would like.

They will then use an eyebrow trimmer to create a template for the tattooing needles. 

Why does this procedure hurt when you are done

Microblading is a great option for people who want to have a natural-looking tattoo but don't want the pain and commitment of getting a traditional tattoo. The procedure is done by inserting a fine, sterile needle into the dermis layer of the skin, just below the epidermis. 

Microblading can last anywhere from 6 to 12 months, depending on your skin type and how often you need to touch up the pigment. During that time, you will need to keep your skin clean and dry so that the pigment lasts longest. You can also use an anti-inflammatory cream before and after your appointments to help reduce any pain or discomfort.