Ever Heard of Microblading?
Instagram search for'microblading' and you might come across some really good looking brows. The thing is that it is actually a form of tattooing! For those looking to add a little arch, fill in overplucked brows, or reconstruct the entirety of their brow from nothing.
While sharing similarities with traditional tattooing microblading has a few unique features: it's not permanent (lasting from 1 to 3 years), can't be applied to people with certain skin and medical conditions, and skin types can be the difference between a great result or a mess.
Another of its difference to traditional tattoos is how it's done - pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine and hair-like strokes are drawn to imitate actual brow hair. After the procedure your brows may look a little too strong and/or bold but that fades withing a week.
Aftercare of your new face tattoos is a vital part of ensuring that it not only stays and retains its shape but that it doesn't get infected. For the best results your practitioner will give you instructions and what you can and can't do.