Microblading has been a popular choice for years; it is a form of semi-permanent eyebrow embroidery that will enhance the look of your eyebrows.
The Microblading procedure is completed with a hand held device containing a collection of 10 to 16 fine needles in the shape of a blade along with a small instrument to deliver pigment directly into the skin. Once small incisions have been made manually to the brow area, pigment is left on the skin for a few minutes before being wiped off. Each incision or stroke replicates real hair, and the end result is a brow that looks nearly identical to natural hair patterns.
Microshading is different from Microblading but only in application. A Permanent Makeup Machine is used with a stippling method to push pigment into the skin. This creates a denser, thicker brow, using dots of pigment instead of strokes, and the results resemble perfectly-applied eyebrow powder.
These small, pin-point dots make brows appeared to be ‘airbrushed’; this subtler brow is not suited for making big adjustments to shape.
Nano Brows, also known as Nano Needling or Micropigmentation are similar to Microblading, however instead of a handheld blade, Nano Brows are created using a Permanent Makeup Machine. This PMM is very similar to a tattoo machine but less painful and intense because it doesn’t go as deep into the skin.
Both Nano Needling and Microblading provide a very similar end result, Nano Needling is more precise and accurate and provides thinner hair strokes.
Combination Brows use both Microshading and Nano-Needling techniques to create an “Instagram-Worthy” Brow. Microshading fills from tail to just past the arch with and ‘airbrushed’ effect & the front of the brow is enhanced with Nano-Needling Hairstrokes.
Powdered Brows are a soft ombre look that mimics how it would look when you fill in your brows; lighter at the front and darker tails of the brows. This procedure is also completed with a Permanent Makeup Machine. It is perhaps the most drastic of the Brow Options.