What is Microblading?
Microblading is a cosmetic procedure that involves using a semi-permanent tattoo technique to achieve the appearance of fuller and precisely shaped eyebrows.
Unlike a tattoo, microblading uses a manual, handheld tool with tiny needles at the end to create the shape of a small blade (a microblade).
How long does Microblading Last?
While microblading is similar to a tattoo, the results are not permanent like a tattoo is. The fine lines made to create realistic results cause the pigment to fade over 1 to 3 years.
The longevity of your results depends on several factors, including the technician who did your procedure, your skin type, your lifestyle and how well you follow the post-procedural recommendations.
If you notice the pigment in your eyebrows fading (usually after a year), you can schedule a touch-up appointment. Touch-up sessions will add pigment to the outline of the brows you’ve already had microbladed. These sessions help the microblading stay fresh and are less expensive than a full session.