Our Microblading Experience
Precision Brows is the key to waking up every day to your desired eyebrows, carefree.
Why Choose Microblading?
The perfect eyebrow is now one of the most coveted features for makeup lovers. Many people spend a lot of time perfecting their technique for drawing and filling in their own brows to achieve their desired look. Along with time they are also spending money on products promising the “on point” brow. Imagine the time, money, and frustration you’ll save when you wake up, look in the mirror and think “yep, they’re still perfect” every single day. That is what microblading will do for you! Combining mathematical precision, science based tools and pigment, medically educated application, and an artistic skill you get the Precision Brows microblading experience.
The Process of Microblading
The mircroblading process starts with a personal consultation. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, share your ideal brows (bring pictures!), decide on color and shape, and learn more details about the steps, expectations, and aftercare. The microblading procedure begins by measuring and mapping out your eyebrows directly on your face to ensure symmetrical and perfect brows. Numbing agents are used on the area to minimize discomfort. A tool with ultra-fine needles lined up to resemble a blade is then used to deposit the pigment into superficial lines, aka your new eyebrow hairs. After the microblading is complete a final layer of pigment is then placed on top of your new brows to ensure the color is deposited evenly. Excess pigment is then wiped away and your perfectly personalized brows are revealed! A touch up is required and included about 6 weeks after your initial appointment. After that you are ready to enjoy your carefree, hassle-free Precision Brows.
History of Microblading
The buzz of the microblading process first became prominent in Asia in the 1990s. It has gone by many names over the years which makes it harder to trace its roots. A leader in the permanent makeup industry, Dr. Linda Dixon is said to have first coined the term “microblading”. Thanks to social media and the ease of searching and watching videos the process and techniques have boomed in popularity over the last few years.
The Art of Microblading
The microblading process is often compared to tattooing, while there are similarities and it is considered a tattoo the two are not exactly the same. The tool used for microblading allows for the finest feather stroke technique to create and sculpt your eyebrows with the precision of a single hair. This creates a more subtle and soft result that presents as a natural looking brow. Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo that uses pigment as opposed to ink which allows for gradual fading over time. Why is fading desired? Faces change, trends change, and preferences change. Over the years the artist can change the color and shape of the brows to adapt to these changes.