With microblading, the technician uses extremely small blades to make tiny, hairlike incisions right above the dermis layer of the skin while depositing pigment directly into those incisions. As a result, your brows will naturally fade over time and require touch-ups. Because microblading is a semi permanent procedure, your brows will last anywhere from one to three years. This is unlike what happens with a tattoo artist, who injects ink below the dermis, making the results super permanent .
To create the desired look, a technician manually punctures and penetrates the skin with the pigment color that best suits the client’s natural brow tone to give the illusion of fuller, darker, and groomed brows.