A Beginner’s Guide To Microblading Permanent Makeup

Are you considering lash extensions but not sure if they're the right choice for you? Come to understand everything you need to know about Microblading permanent 

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How to Apply Microblading Permanent Makeup

If you're considering microblading as an alternative to traditional beauty treatments like fillers and Botox, you'll want to read this guide first. Microblading is a form of permanent makeup that uses a very small needle to create intricate, natural-looking designs on the skin.

How does it work

When microblading, the technician starts by drawing the outline of your desired eyebrow design using a pigment pencil or brush. Next, they use a special needle to fill in the details of the design. The pigment is injected into the skin under the eyebrow roots and will gradually fade over time. As with any type of permanent makeup, you should always consult with a professional before getting started.

How to Remove Microblading Permanent Makeup

To remove your microblading permanent makeup, start by gently cleaning your skin with mild soap and warm water. 

For pigment-based formulas, first try soaking a cotton ball in hydrocortisone cream and applying it to the area where the makeup was applied. Let the cream soak into the skin for about five minutes before wiping it off. 

If this doesn’t work, you can try using a gentle eye makeup remover such as benzoyl peroxide or witch hazel 

Or, you can try using an oil-based remover such as olive oil or baby oil.