Microblading – Permanent Eyebrows
Microblading is a long-running genre of permanent makeup (micropigmentation). It is a procedure that differs slightly from the Hand-Application method in that its movements and gestures of application are dissimilar. Both Microblading and Hand-Application method are forms of permanent makeup, but what distinguishes the two and considers them more preferable to tattoo machines is the intricacy of their procedures.
Microblading uses a manual handheld applicator as opposed to an abrasive tattooing machine used in regular tattoos. With a smaller device, permanent makeup artists are able to get finer detail and fabricate very natural-looking features, such as simulating the appearance of hair in eyebrows. With the ability to draw hair strokes, the Microblading technique has been most desirable to those looking for a natural and accentuating look.
The difference between the Microblading and Hand-Application method is that the former process involves pressing and dragging the application pen, whereas the latter involves tapping the application pen atop the skin’s surface.
The Microblading pen consists of a row of fine needles that penetrate the skin simultaneously when pressed to the skin’s surface, also making note that the Microblade applicator presses the skin at a specific angle. While pressing down, the pen is dragged along the skin, essentially creating a column of light incisions. For these reasons, Microblading is not the right method for every skin type. The Hand-Application method also utilizes a similar pen. However, the pen is not dragged across skin, but is instead tapped gently atop the skins surface, avoiding the drag-incision making.
It is important to note that Microblading is certainly not a new method. This technique has been around for decades, if not more. Early permanent makeup has greatly made use of this method, but the emergence of branding and advertising has introduced this method as a recent sensational development.
When seeking a Microblading practitioner, it is important to make sure to view before and after pictures, and to make sure the photographs belong to the permanent makeup specialist you are visiting. Ruth Swissa is acclaimed in her ability to correct permanent makeup and implement color correction, more specifically, Microblading color correction. The process entails of many tasks, but mainly, it takes patience for the desirable corrected results to come through. Permanent makeup correction is certainly possible, but avoiding the need for such procedure is easily avoidable if simple measures are taken.