Microblading | Eyebrow Feathering | Eyebrow Tattoo


What is Microblading?

Microblading, a permanent eyebrow makeup, creates beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows. It is also known as Eyebrow Feathering.

Microblading is a form of eyebrow tattooing. However, Eyebrow Feathering and Microblading are two different types. Every hair stroke is drawn by an artist using a handheld microblade. Every eyebrow stroke is hand-shaped and blended in with the existing eyebrow hairs of the client, creating a natural look.

Why choose Melbourne Designer Brows to Microblade & Eyebrow Feathering

Anne Nguyen is best known for creating intricate and balanced Microblading & Eyebrow Feathering designs.

Anne is a Microblading specialist and Eyebrow Feathering expert from Australia. She has combined her knowledge to provide the best microblading techniques for her clients.

Melbourne Designer Brows has everything you need in a browist.

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What is the average time that microblading lasts?

The Microblading in Henderson, NV procedure involves carefully placing pigment in the outer layer of eyebrows.

This is also known as “semi permanent makeup”, and it can last for 12-24 months. Your skin type and your lifestyle can affect the longevity of microblading pigment. For example, pigment will last longer on oily skin than it will on non-oily skin. Excessive sunlight can also cause pigment to fade faster.

You can come back for a ‘touch-up’ to change the shape or look of your eyebrows, or simply return to your natural eyebrows.

What’s the difference between Microblading and Eyebrow Feathering?

Microblading can be described as a type of “eyebrow tattooing” and is referred to by the “micro blade”, which is used to manually place semi-permanent eyebrow pigment in the outer layer. This process is also known as eyebrow feathering.

While artists might try to differentiate between Microblading and Eyebrow Feathering by the thickness of the strokes, it is essentially the same procedure as with a microblade. This is why most artists use the terms microblading and eyebrow feathering interchangeably.

What is the difference between Microblading or Eyebrow Tattooing?

Technically, Microblading can be described as a type of Eyebrow Tattooing. The pigment is applied using a handheld microblade.

Eyebrow Tattooing is when the eyebrow pigment or tattoo is applied using a specialised machine for cosmetic tattooing.

Microblading is a hand-applied pigment that is applied to the skin’s outer layers by an artist. It is therefore less suitable for oily skin and fades faster than when applied by machine.

If you are looking for a more permanent eyebrow or have oily skin, eyebrow tattooing is a good option.

Eyebrow Tattooing Procedure

Two appointments are usually required for the Microblading procedure.

First Appointment

Our artists will meet with you at your first appointment to discuss your facial features and preferences regarding eyebrow shape and color.

The artist then measures your facial features with specialized eyebrow measuring instruments. The artist then draws your eyebrows with a waterproof pencil to ensure that you both agree on the shape of your eyebrows before moving on. The artist will then create eyebrows in the shape and color you choose.

Aftercare is required. There will be some minor scabbing. However, you will receive an “aftercare kit” containing creams, ointments, and instructions for aftercare. Usually, the eyebrows heal within 30 days.

Second Appointment

Your second appointment is a follow-up appointment. It is scheduled at the end your first session. This is a “touch-up” of your eyebrows, which is usually done six weeks after the initial session.

This gives your eyebrows time to heal and allows the ink to settle into your skin. The Artist can assess how the ink color has settled on your skin, and make any adjustments or touch-ups that are required.



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