Semi-permanent make or microblading up has impressive results when it does with well-manner under the guidance of professionals. Microblading can help you to improve the appearance of shape of your face or if you want to shape the frame of your eyes, brows, breasts. Semi-permanent makeup can be the solution to so many of our beauty worries, from filling out an ageing lip line to restoring the natural look of breasts after cancer surgery. The semi-permanent make up comes with some risks just like other cosmetic procedures. The best thing of semi-permanent make up is that, you can join thousands of women’s who have significantly improved the appearance of their look or face with this procedure.

Microblading Semi-Permanent Make Up Treatment Includes:

  • Eyebrow Enhancement
  • Eye Line
  • Eyelash Enhancement
  • Lip Line
  • Lip Blush
  • Full Lip Colour
  • Vitiligo
  • Areola Reconstruction
  • Scar & Skin Camouflage
  • Cleft Lip Reconstruction
  • Hair Simulation

Semi-permanent make up can give your face a durable and stunning look, creates beautiful eyes, recreates beautiful brows and give your face a natural and fresh look. Therefore, you will no need to make up every day.

What Can Be Achieved With Semi-Permanent Make-Up / Microblading?

When people think of permanent makeup they think of harsh tattooed on make-up lines which remain indelibly on the skin, turning an unnatural colour and looking increasing misplaced as the skin ages. However, modern technique i.e. Semi-permanent make-up can result in most adorable look which improves your overall appearance.

Semi – permanent make up can achieve fine light lines of colour which can be subtly layered to create natural results indistinguishable from regular makeup. It can create beautiful looking effects with popular techniques such as eyebrow tattoos and lip enhancement. Most semi-permanent makeup these days lasts for the amount of time that that client desires so they don’t have to worry about it looking odd as the skin ages.

Microblading Procedure

Most treatments start with a consultation and colour analysis to discover what the best makeup look for each individual is. Pharmaceutical grade pigments will then be custom mixed to suit their colouring. An airbrush type gun is used to add pigments to the top layer of the skin (the dermal layer) and often a numbing cream will be applied to the area before this happens. For the first couple of days the pigment may appear darker than it will eventually look. The surrounding area may also be slightly red but scabbing is infrequent. A retouch might be scheduled for a few weeks’ time to achieve a perfect result.

Popular Treatment Areas Of Microblading Semi-Permanent Make Up:

  • Eyebrows

Semi-permanent make up can really great results in natural looking brows, soft thin hair lines can be achieved using multiple colours to create a beautiful full looking brow. It is actually a best solution for those who have lost all hairs through alopecia or those who suffers from bald patches with eyebrows. This procedure can improve the natural shape of the brows and also adds length where the tails of the brow are missing.Fuller eyebrows create a more youthful appearance and makeup techniques can be used to raise the eyebrows slightly creating a more uplifted look.

  • Lips

Semi-permanent make up can reshape your lips and enhance the volume of one or both lips to create more beautiful lips.Semi-permanent lip liner and lip colour can be used to completely transform the look and shape of the lips or just to give a subtle lift in colour for more natural lip enhancement. This procedure is suitable for those who have lost the shape of their lip and some of their volume and colour.

Techniques include retracing the natural lip line to give the individual back their original shapely lips. This can be done in a very natural way by fading the line into the centre of the lips. Colour can also be added to the centre to create a natural tint – clear lip gloss can then be added for a glamorous makeup look.

  • Breasts

It can be done in three situations:

1 – Reconstructions: It mostly done when the areola disappeared because of a mastectomy.

2 – Minimize Scarring: To disguise the scars produced by breast surgery. This treatment is recommended when the difference between the scar and the skin is too large.

3 – Clearing: darkening of the areola due to treatment or surgical procedure.

Semi-permanent procedure of breasts reconstruction surgery can result in very natural looking breasts, however many people worry about the appearance of their areola and the nipple after surgery. It is usually considered the best long term solution for this problem. Pigments can be used to create a natural looking nipple and areola as well as covering up any post-operative scarring giving those who have undertaken breast surgery their confidence back.

  • Scar Coverage

Semi-permanent makeup is becoming a popular way of transforming burns, scars and postoperative scars. It often achieves excellent results when used to camouflage scars that are a different colour from the natural skin colour and can be useful in restructuring the texture of the skin to give a more natural look.

How Long Do Effect of Microblading Lasts?

Generally, semi-permanent or tattooed makeup lasts at least several months. Many patients see great results for two years and can have colour top-ups to maintain the look for as long as they wish.

Does It Microblading Hurt?

Actually, the Semi-permanent or tattooed make-up is not painful as having a regular tattoo, however some people may feel the sensation just like having their eyebrows plucked. Some surgeons will use local anaesthesia to numb the area.

What Are The Risks And Complications With Semi-Permanent Make Up:

There are very few risks and complications associated with Semi-permanent make up. Like other cosmetic procedures, some people may feel rare side effects like allergic reaction. Scarring is also very common and rare.

Who Can Get Benefit From Microblading Semi-Permanent Make Up?

  • Busy people who has little time to apply makeup.
  • People with allergies to conventional makeup.
  • People with scars, small alopecia, burns and vitiligo, wishing to minimize these problems.
  • Men and women who seek correction of asymmetrical facial features.
  • Artists who seek practicality due to the profession.