Not many people know about eyebrow microblading, especially those who lack the necessary wish to further fill their mind with everything related to beauty.
This question pops out once or twice in the net, and because it is such an unknown topic, I think that it is only right for me to elaborate further on it. After all, I am a generous person when it comes to sharing information, ho ho.
If you are one of those people curious about what microblading is and about the eyebrow microblading standard procedure, you have come to the right article. Check out what I am talking about below:
Before we can go further with the topic in hand, we need to first understand each words that make the full clause. The words in talk today are eyebrow and microblading. I am sure all of you understand what an eyebrow is, so I am not going to talk about it that much.
What I am going to talk about, though, is microblading. Microblading is such a weird term that not many commoners understand what it means. Because of its lack of exposure to the world, the meaning of the term itself is nearly lost to the people. Fortunately, the meaning of microblading is not that hard to digest.
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Microblading in itself is a procedure in which it will create strokes that resemble hairlines. If you microbladed a part of your body that lacks hair, that certain part of the body will look like it got thick hairs. In its simplest form, microblading is just a drawing process to make hairlines look thicker. It is basically a glorified brow tattoo.
Why should I undergo a microblading process?
While there are many reasons why you should take a microblade on the skin, it boils down to one specific reason: you are losing your eyebrows or you want to make a thin eyebrow look thick.
In this era, thick eyebrows are a thing, and if you do not follow the trend, there is no way you can get those thousand likes on Instagram. I myself think that thick eyebrows are weird, but some people like having them, so who am I to judge, eh?
Microblading is an alternative to many eyebrow thickening tools available in store. It is also dead cheap, definitely cheaper than those overpriced eyebrow pencils or eyebrow gels. If you want to look like you have a thick eyebrow yet you do not want to spend some greens, then microblading is your baby.
Wow. I am interested in this process. Anything else I should know?
I have two things that you should consider when you want to go under the tattoo needle. First, it can hurt you sometimes. Not hurt as in bringing your soul down into the abyss by mocking your unaligned eyebrows, but hurt as in it will sting. No pain, no gain am I right?
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Second, it CAN go wrong, especially if you got one under a very cheap price. It all depends on how skillful the tattooist is, and usually an expensive tattooist is even more skillful than the cheap ones.
If you pay cheap for a product, you will get a cheap product as well; that rule exists within the world of eyebrow microblading as well.