Eyebrows are high in demand right now, perfect eyebrows are trending so variety of treatments are offered to achieve a look that will suit you. Microblading and Microshading are the two techniques used for permanent eyebrows, the combination of these two techniques is also very useful.
Microblading is also named as micro stroking, eyebrow embroidery, eyebrow feathering micro pigmentation, and 3D eyebrow. It has been popular in Asia and Europe for 25 years, the procedure of micoblading is new here. The micro blade tool used, looks similar to the exacto knife.The micro blade is dipped into the selected pigment, it is then used to make a fine cut or stroke in your skin. This process results in plantation of pigment in your skin which is called micro pigmentation. It is performed by depositing pigments in upper dermis.. The needles used have different diameters and thickness according to the each individual hair.After that, with the use of proper technique the micro bladed eyebrows look natural and perfectly beautiful.
Microshading is another technique which is also named as the “powder fill brow”; it is the latest trend for permanent eyebrows. It is the transition of a single color from light to dark which provides a permanent effect. It creates a soft powdered effect that resembles eyebrow or pencil, it is similar to micro blading, but instead of using a hair stroke, it creates a softer and fuller effect. It is performed using an electric hand tool with a round configured needle. All techniques if done properly can create a fuller natural look for the eyebrows.
The difference between micro blading and micro shading is that the technique of micro blading gives you the simulated hair effect and the micro shading technique makes it more powder filled eyebrow which is similar to the look achieved with the makeup. Micro blading lasts for approximately 18 months, but the micro shading lasts for 2 years depending on the different factors such as skin type, daily skin routine and lifestyle. Both techniques are growing in popularity in the United States.