It was recorded that a Japanese make-up artist used a Irezumi technique to give her clients a more permanent, beautiful looking eyebrow. Using bamboo, some string, and a blade, she would implant the pigment under the skin to enhance the eyebrows.
Micro-Blading has evolved greatly since, but stays true to it’s ideal of offering more precision and more natural-looking results.
Micro-Blading, also known as Eyebrow Embroidery, Eyebrow Feathering, Soft Tap technique or the Japanese method, is a form of Semi Permanent Makeup using a hand held tool to insert pigment into the upper layers of skin.
The pigment is deposited into the epidermis; because the colour is impacted closer to the surface, the hair strokes appear crisp and very fine.
The effect last up to 18 months after which the pigment fades and leaves the skin.
Micro-Blading is ideal for people suffering from Alopecia, or any other condition that causes hair loss as well as for those who are simply not happy with their brows. The results are realistic, fuller, and flawless looking eyebrows.