Women (and men) who are interested in making their eyebrows look fuller rely on the latest trend – Eyebrow Embroidery. It is an emerging beauty trend not only in Asia but also making its way in Australia, Canada and U.S.A. Eyebrow Embroidery has many names like microblading, pigment embroidery, semi-permanent makeup or cosmetic tattooing. This procedure though is different from Eyebrow Tattoo. No tattoo gun or ink is required. It uses a thin knife-like blade to be able to inject pigments into the surface of the skin to mimic the appearance of the brow hair. There should be little to no bleeding involved – making this procedure done in a breeze. It is semi-permanent and the longest duration it can last is up to two years. Let’s get to the pros and cons of eyebrow embroidery.
Benefits of Eyebrow Embroidery
This procedure is the most natural way of having the perfect set of eyebrows and takes away the worry of losing hairs. Here are some of the reasons why you should go for an eyebrow embroidery:
1. It saves you time
Applying makeup can be time-consuming. If there’s one step you can take away from the routine, you’ll be able to get to your date or party in a faster time. An eyebrow embroidery procedure minimizes your makeup routine time by removing the aspect of applying eyebrow makeup
2. Defines your face
No matter what your facial needs are, an eyebrow embroidery can be the answer. A well-placed and well-shaped brow can make your eyes look wider or make your face look thinner. A professional can help you choose the correct brow that will make you look even more beautiful.
3. Hair loss correction
Some individuals suffer from alopecia – a condition that leads to hair loss. A person who has alopecia loses all hair on every part of their body, including the eyebrow hair. Eyebrow embroidery can help them restore their eyebrows, giving the correct shape and color as well as helping camouflage the condition.
1. The price
Eyebrow embroidery will be performed by a professional Microblading artist and he/she will use specific tools. This procedure may get a little pricey. However, the value for money is out of the question because of its lasting results.
2. Minimal effects
After the procedure, there may be redness around the eyebrow area. Some individuals with sensitive skin may even have scars. Allergic reaction is possible though it’s still case-to-case basis. Temporary symptoms such as swelling or itching may occur. Avoid scratching or picking near the eyebrows to prevent irritation.
A little sacrifice is needed to achieve superior results from your eyebrow embroidery procedure. Take note that your brows should be kept dry to avoid getting the dye out. In the first two weeks of the treatment, you are to refrain from your usual physical activities, such as going to the gym or swimming. Also, you must use Vaseline or a prescribed cream to prevent possible infections or allergic reactions.
That basically sums up the pros and cons of eyebrow embroidery!
Jez Brows specializes in performing 6D Microblading procedures. This is a newer type of eyebrow embroidery which uses a hair stroke technique. It is also performed with 6D Microblading needles and natural pigments that lessen traumatic injuries that can happen to the skin.
Your safety is our number one priority. Trust us to inform you about the specific risks that a Microblading procedure may bring. At the end of the day, it will only be you who will decide whether or not to proceed with the treatment. Should you decide to give it a go, count on us to carefully assess your skin structure to determine how many corrections are needed to apply to your eyebrows. We will also help you decide what shape of eyebrows is suitable to you by using a machine that will check your face proportion.
Rest assured that this procedure will create a more natural looking result as it follows your eyebrow’s natural hairline, fullness and growth pattern. If you have thick eyebrows, 6D Microblading can be your best option. Consult the experts at Jez Brows today to learn more about Microblading and Eyebrow Embroidery!