Permanent makeup for women with thinning eyebrows started in the 1960s. Back then the process was expensive and done in medical offices.
Since around 2010, microblading has helped women get natural-looking, maintenance-free eyebrows that can last up to 3 years.
Many women shy away from looking into the procedure because of the word blade in microblade. Don’t worry; it’s not scary at all!
A mini, angled blade that looks like a comb is dipped in ink and gently passed across the skin in strokes that mimic hair. While eyebrow tattoos look like you drew your eyebrows on with a permanent marker, these semi-permanent eyebrow tattoos look entirely natural.
Read on for five benefits of microblading that may convince you to book your appointment.
1. Perfect Brows Even During Workouts
One of the best things about microblading is that your brows will be on point even in the middle of an intense spin class or yoga session at the gym.
You won’t have to worry about your eyebrows smudging off as you wipe the sweat away. You can get them wet, touch them, and do your intense workout without giving your eyebrows a second thought. They can keep up!
If you’ve ever used brow makeup to thicken, darken, or fill in your brows, you know that they can’t make it through even 20 minutes at the gym.
2. Get Ready Faster Every Day
If you’ve ever hit the snooze button in the morning, you know how valuable an extra 5 minutes of sleep is.
Getting ready for the day, as we all know, can take way too long. Some days you don’t have the time to spend filling in eyebrows, applying eyebrow powder, and doing the dozen other makeup rituals we are in the habit of doing.
With microblading, you don’t have to do a thing to your brows after you hop out of bed. It’s one less thing you have to worry about. So go ahead and hit that snooze button, or take time to sit and eat your breakfast.
3. Microblading Lasts for Years
Some cosmetic procedures take hours to achieve at the salon but last only a couple of months. For example, hair smoothing treatments and lash lifts.
It can be very frustrating to spend all that time in a salon to have to come back in as little as four weeks.
Thankfully, microblading lasts anywhere from 1 to 3 years. So even though you’ll spend up to 2 hours in a salon, you won’t be back for a long time.
4. Enjoy Natural Looking Eyebrow
Many people have no eyebrows or thin eyebrows. In the past, their only options were to draw their eyebrows on each day or get permanent tattoos in the shape of brows.
Unfortunately, both of these techniques make the eyebrows look unnatural and can give women a surprised expression all the time. Microblading will provide you with natural eyebrows that no one will know are not your natural brows.
Read more on the differences between eyebrow tattoos and microblading.
Microblading is an excellent option for people who have experienced hair loss due to chemotherapy or who have thin eyebrows due to genetics.
5. Microblading Is More Affordable Than Ever
When celebrities get anything done, you can bet it’s by a celebrity hairstylist, aesthetician, personal trainer, and masseur.
During the summer of 2016, Bella Thorne shared the microblading procedure on her Snapchat story. She chose to go to celebrity microblading artist, Julia Faria and paid around $900.
You can expect to pay much less than that for your luscious new brows at DFW Microblading of Murrieta and Temecula. When you take into account the money spent on eyebrow products and the time you will be saving, it is a great investment!
Bottom Line on Benefits of Microblading
We hope this post about the benefits of microblading have shown you that your eyebrows can be your new BFF. Just make sure to do your research and find a salon and an artist that is qualified, reputable, and experienced, like Phi Brows-certified Amanda White at DFW Microblading of Murrieta and Temecula.
Here at DFW Microblading, we want you to toss your eyebrow pencil away once and for all. Book your consultation to talk about your makeup preferences and lifestyle today! Then get ready to fall in love with your eyebrows.