Category Archives: Rich Microblade Colors

Avoid Colors Healing to Light

Cause: The correct way to use a microblade tool is to apply slight pressure which causes the color to only penetrate the upper dermis layer of the skin. This can cause the color to heal lighter than anticipated. Solution: To help ensure eyebrow colors not healing too light, avoid using lighter colors when possible. Use…
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Avoid Unwanted Grayish Color Results

[span10] Cause: Microblade needles are extra fine and can easily penetrate the skin deeper than needed, unintentionally reaching the lower part of the dermis layer of the skin. This can cause a warm or cool undertone to heal to an unwanted grayish color, particularly in a microblade procedure. Solution: To avoid grayish color results on…
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Eyebrow Microblading

Microblading with Hair Simulation – A natural effect can also be achieved through a permanent makeup application by creating individual, ultra-fine hair strokes, simulating the eyebrows own natural hairs. This procedure can be used to fill in the eyebrows, add shape, thickness, or make an eyebrow for someone who has no eyebrow hair. Microblading is…
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