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Treatments Provided via Microblading

If you have never heard of microblading then you may be unsure as to what it is used for and how you could benefit from it. Of course, when you do go for a microblading session you will find that the only thing that this can be used on is your eyebrows, eyeliner and Lip Liner. It cannot be used on any other part of the body normally, however there are some microblading specialists who choose to use the technique on the scalp in order to achieve a fuller head of hair. This is something that is not used widely in practice, but it is something that is carried out in the industry with certain professionals.

So as you can see, the most common form of microblading is to create eyebrows that appear to be filled with volume and vibrancy. If you have never had microblading done to you before then you’ll find that it is a temporary tattoo, with the ink not being pushed into the skin as much as a normal tattoo, but still being deep enough for you to have long lasting results. A microblading treatment can last you up to 6 months and after this time you can choose to leave the treatment and return to your normal eyebrows or you can even then go on to have more treatment done to maintain the eyebrows that you do have. So as you can see, microblading is normally used for eyebrows but it can also be used for other types of hair if you go to the right specialist. If you want to know more then all you have to do is contact LV College so that we can help you with any problems that you might be having with your eyebrows or your hair.

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