Microblading Cosmetic Tattooing

Microblading Cosmetic Tattooing ServiceMicroblading, also known as cosmetic tattooing, 3D eyebrow embroidery, or pigment embroidery, is a form of semi-permanent tattooing that involves using tiny needles as the framework for a small blade that is used to deposit pigment under the skin to create crisp natural-looking hair strokes that resemble eyebrow hairs.

While permanent makeup and standard body tattooing is done by machine (tattoo gun), microblading method of tattooing uses a special pen that draws tiny eyebrow hairs one by one.

Treatments for semi-permanent eyebrows can help with:

Adding body or color to fair or blond eyebrows
Anyone who enjoys outdoor sports/swimming and always want to look their best
Redefining the eyebrows, especially after surgery or injury
Reshaping the eyebrow
People with sensitive skin or allergies to makeup and cosmetics
Reconstructing over-tweezed eyebrows
Producing a fuller eyebrow look
People with limited vision and have challenges applying makeup without wearing glasses
Physical conditions such as arthritis or stroke survivors that prevent them from applying makeup

Microblading Q & A

We thought we would offer you a little Q&A to answer some of the questions you might have. There are also some before and after pictures at the bottom that were done on our very own patients.

Does microblading cosmetic tattooing hurt?

How long does microblading last?

How long does microblading procedure take?

Who is not suitable for microblading?

How do you choose the eyebrow shape?

What is the recovery time?

How do I book an appointment?

To learn more about the Microblading Cosmetic Tattooing technique, give us a call at (919) 554-6754 or schedule an appointment use our online appointment scheduler.

Microblading Before and After Photos

Microblading Before and After Photos

Medical Procedure Notice
The specific risks and suitability of any medical or cosmetic procedure for a give individual can be determined only at the time of consultation. All procedures have some degree of risk. Minor complications that do not affect the outcome occur occasionally. Major complications are rare. The information on this website is not a substitute for a consultation.

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