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What is Microblading?

If you want to find out what microblading is or if you would like to find out if you could benefit from microblading then you know that you have come to the right place. Microblading is a form of tattoo known as Semi permanent cosmetics and it is done when a pigment is inserted underneath the skin with a manual, handheld device or tool. Normally when you do a tattoo, a machine is used, so it is very important that you do not confuse the two. The artist draws out what look like natural hair lines, to mimic the natural hairs that are found in the eyebrow. This procedure doesn’t go as deep as you would have to with a normal tattoo but it is still classed as being one and this is because the pigment is actually inserted underneath the skin.

So how do you need to prepare for microblading? The first thing that you have to do is do everything you can to avoid alcohol.  You should also avoid taking aspirin as well, and you need to do this for a week leading up to your appointment. If you have been for a microblading session then you will need to get your eyebrows touched up every 6 months. When you do this, you can keep on top of the design that you have and you can also keep your eyebrows looking nice and natural for a long period of time. All in all, microblading is certainly an investment but it is not permanent either so if you would like to stop or if you would like to stop carrying on with the treatment then you can do this and without any difficulty at all. If you want to find out more about this then all you have to do is contact LV College today.

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