Microblading vs Permanent Cosmetics: Which is best?
Microblading is a meticulous tattooing process available to anyone looking for a semi-permanent solution to sparse brows. Microblading is a form of cosmetic tattooing involving the use of ink and a very small blade to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. The ink is deposited into the upper layers of the skin with the manual tool to look like crisp hair-like strokes which results in a natural-looking eyebrows that lasts up to two years.
Permanent makeup or cosmetic tattooing, is implanting pigment with a machine into the upper reticular layer of the dermis to resemble makeup, such as eyeliner, lips and eyebrows. Permanent Cosmetics procedures can be very subtle or dramatic depending on what you are looking for. Permanent makeup can last three to five years without having a touch-up.
Microblading and Permanent Cosmetics are for people who want a soft, natural enhancement to their appearance, people who can’t wear traditional makeup due to allergies, active individuals or for women who have vision challenges and have a difficult time applying cosmetics.