Over time, the ink will fade significantly compared to an eyebrow tattoo. Note that the color intensity will be significantly darker and sharper than you would expect, but don’t panic as this is completely normal. The eyebrows will fade for the next ten days and it may take up to 6-8 weeks for the true color to arrive.
Microblading, the most popular form of permanent makeup, is a beautiful name for an eyebrow tattoo. Instead of the surprisingly dark eyebrows you may have seen on Silent Generation members, modern technology simulates individual hair strokes for a natural look. Cosmetic tattoo artists use a super fine pen to deposit the pigment directly under the skin. You can also hear names such as eyebrow feathers or microdiscal. “People claim different techniques for marketing purposes,” says Bray. Other techniques still fall under the umbrella of natural-looking hair strokes, and the most important thing is to study examples of your artist’s work and make sure you’re a fanatic before booking an appointment.
Well-designed eyebrows can immediately give you an eyelid lift and make your cheekbones look more prominent. Micropigmentation techniques can mimic the appearance of hair on the eyebrow line. If your eyebrows are light in color or scarce from tweezers, shears or alopecia, you can easily improve your appearance with permanent makeup.
As a team, we value education and learn constantly because we are passionate about what we do. Dr. Stephen Nogan is actively involved in all treatment plans for new patients and with so many options available today, it is important to rely on a plate-certified plastic surgeon. Dr. Stephen Nogan, skin care director Dina Maynard, and her team work together to develop individual treatment plans that address their concerns and meet their expectations. We use VISIA Skin Analysis to measure treatment results because skin care should not be subjective. We will help you ensure that you receive the right treatment and products to achieve your healthiest skin and appearance.
Our skin care director, Dina Maynard, has extensive experience in eyebrowing and microblading. Tattoo ink is used to tattoo eyebrows, while microblading uses a specialized pigment. The ink is very different from the pigment in the way it fades over time.
The recovery time is also longer, because your skin needs to heal from injuries caused by deep needle sticks. Microblading pigments come in organic or inorganic varieties, in different colors. As the micro-blading permanent eyebrows ink fades slowly, it becomes lighter, but the tone remains the same. The microblading pigment is specially designed to fade in a lighter version of the color used to make the patient look natural.
It is absolutely normal because your natural regeneration of the skin is not a process that your artist can control. After the healing process, the eyebrows will appear lighter in color due to natural regeneration of the skin. Often some areas, even with proper care, may appear uneven or irregular.
It is very important to find an experienced microbrowse, look at your work, make sure it IS your own job and decide if that artist is for you. It also IS a tattoo because it implants pigment in the skin. After proper aftercare it is necessary to achieve the best results. When planning an appointment for a cosmetic tattoo, keep in mind that the healing time of the procedure depends on your body’s regeneration, age, immune system and lifestyle. Avoid tanning beds or tanning beds 2 weeks before the procedure.