Microblading Eyebrows Step by Step Tutorial
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Step 1: Step One: Analyse Your Natural Brows
Your brows without makeup are then looked at and brushed back, so your technician can see what they’re working with.
Step 2: Step Two: Measure Up Your New Brows
After donning a fetching hair net, you have a ruler stuck to your face, to show where your brows should start and end.
Step 3: Step Three: Pencil in Your New Brows
The new brows are pencilled in, and it’s not done with an exact colour match, so it looks kind of weird.
Step 4: Step Four: the Healing Process
A bespoke pigment blend is made, to match your current brows, and then tiny hair-like strokes are etched on using a micro blade.
Step 5: Step Five: the Touch Up
Microblading is a two session process. You have the touch up six to eight weeks after the first session.
For people like me, whose microblading may have got a little faded due to human error, you can get extra touch-ups up to a certain point, which are cheaper than the original treatment.