Looking for eyebrow tattooing? Try Microblading instead. Microblading is superior to and unlike eyebrow tattoo in several ways.
While eyebrow tattooing uses a machine that digs deep into your skin and is often quite painful, microblading artists hand draw each eyebrow hair, just below the surface of your epidermis. This creates natural, beautiful, and lifelike brows.
Microblading is a study in fine natural lines that do not “bleed out.” Eyebrow tattoo Murrieta causes much greater injury to your skin and is often quite painful. While the machine is fast, the lines created spread out over time. Think of looking at an old tattoo and how blotchy the ink lines have become. We fill the fine lines of microblading with special pigment that does not spread or bleed and keeps its form.
The painstakingly hand drawn lines of microblading do fade over time. But by being more delicate, the effect is inherently more natural that what is provided by a tattoo machine. Microblading, uses a lot less pigment than the ink used in a tattoo. Microblading offers finer lines that fade over time but deliver an unmatched natural look. Tattooing is more permanent, but over time, the lines degrade and spread out creating an unnatural painted on look.
Microblading uses a pigment that maintains its color over time and doesn’t get affected by UV rays like tattoo ink. Tattoo ink can turn blue or brown or green over time. Microblading pigment gets lighter, but the hue does not change.
Most microblading clients report little to no pain. Microblading artists apply a topical anesthetic that numbs the eyebrow area prior to the microblading procedure. If you’re afraid of the tattoo gun, you need not be concerned about microblading. Many clients even fall asleep in the chair during the procedure. There is a considerable amount of pain and damage caused by eyebrow tattoo Murrieta.
Remember, each hair stroke is painstakingly hand drawn by your microblading artist. Even viewed close up, these individual hair strokes blend with your real eyebrow hair. Eyebrow tattoos look like permanent makeup or eyebrow pencil while microblading looks like natural eyebrow hair.
Microblading and eyebrow tattooing both require specialized training, but both training programs are completely different. Amanda White of DFW Microblading Murrieta and Temecula is a PhiBrows Certified Microblading Artist. PhiBrows is one of the most respected, sought after, and rigorous microblading schools in the world!