Microblading eyebrows: Everything you need to know
Struggling with getting your “eyebrows on fleek” before leaving the house? Have you wasted hundreds of dollars trying to land the right eyebrow products? The process of microblading eyebrows just might be the answer you’re looking for.
Microblading eyebrows? What’s that?
Microblading is a technique where artists draw semi-permanent strands of hair on the eyebrows using nanoneedles.
Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM), as the name suggest, uses only special organic ink that does not change color with time. Our organic pigments penetrate the superficial layer of the skin and last up to five years.
If you want natural-looking eyebrows that last, microblading eyebrows is the answer to your problems! Skip the eyebrow drawing before you rush for school or work, and you can save loads of time and energy worrying about having gorgeous brows.
What else do you need to know about the miracle that is microblading eyebrows? Read on.
Identify the perfect microblading establishment
You wouldn’t settle for a no-name eyebrow palette with bad reviews, would you?
The same goes for choosing who does your microblading.
OPM provides the best microblading services in the US. All of our microblading artists are well-trained under our very own OPM academy.
Lorine Mikheail, CEO of OPM Inc., always reiterates that microblading eyebrows and all other permanent makeup procedures must come from great experience. Microblading is a skill that must be mastered and perfected before working on real clients.
We also use organic pigments that have no side-effects and that are suitable for all skin types. No matter who you are or where you’re from, perfect eyebrows are always one appointment away!
It’s not that difficult, really; all you need is 2 to 3 hours. The microblading procedure lasts only that long, and you’re free to go about the rest of your day as soon as it’s done. Microblading eyebrows require no downtime.
However, refrain from using exfoliating treatments at least two weeks before the procedure. You’ll need to make your skin as least sensitive as possible to reduce what little bleeding there is.
Also, avoid blood thinners and alcohol for a week prior to the microblading eyebrows procedure; this way, there is proper wound healing and pigment absorption.
Note that yearly touch-up appointments are recommended. These appointments only last anywhere from thirty minutes to two hours, depending on the amount of work that needs touching up.
Of course, make sure to read up on our microblading aftercare guide, so you know what to do after the appointment. But to make it easy, just remember that you should minimize exposure. That means no exposure to direct sunlight, water, skincare products, or skin contact.
The outcome may vary.
The final result of your eyebrows may differ from that of the others. This is due to the variation in skin type, natural eyebrow hair volume, incision application and pressure, pigment applied, and even how you follow aftercare guidelines.
No need to worry, though; at OPM, we make sure that outcome variation is for your benefit. Everyone is unique—and so are their eyebrows!
Minimal adjustment is required.
Right after the microblading eyebrows procedure, the treated area will sometimes appear different from what you expect.
This is the part that requires patience, as color gradually softens by up to 30% or 40%. This is normal! Your eyebrow color blends to become a natural, softer shade as the pigment settles in the dermal layer of the skin.
Now that you know how meticulous and dedicated OPM is at microblading eyebrows, it’s time for you to join the eyebrow revolution! Experience organic beauty at the hands of our professionals.