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The Permanent Makeup Studio

Ground Floor Promenade Mall Greenhills

Missouri Street

San Juan 1502

02.616.5611 | 0917.847.3531

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The Bianca Group - 2019

Microblading In San Juan

How Is Microblading Done?

Microblading near me is a more permanent fix for thin brows. It has grown popular over the past few years and there is nothing out in the market that gives natural-looking and long-lasting results like microblading.

 

While microblading is technically a form of tattooing, it’s not as scary as it sounds. Pigment is implanted under the skin with a manual handheld tool. The technician will draw hair-like strokes with the tool to mimic the natural hairs in the brows. While it’s not as deep as a regular tattoo, it is still considered a tattoo since the pigment is implanted under the skin.

 

There are different forms of microblading. Microfeathering has a light touch that is focused on adding just a little to the brows. Microshading mimics the look of brow makeup with a more obvious filled-in result instead of hair-like strokes.

 

The process does involve some preparation. There are things that you should avoid before getting microblading near me. Avoid anything that will thin out your blood. If you take aspirin or use retinol then you should stop before your treatment. Avoid any blood thinners or alcohol and caffeinated beverages during the healing process.

 

It can hurt a little bit and some feel it more than others. If you have a low pain tolerance then it’s best to use a numbing cream up to an hour beforehand. Some warn that it’s not good to use numbing cream since it can inflame the skin but experts don’t believe that is true.

 

The process will take time and you don’t want to rush it. After care is also important. You want to protect the brows. This means no sweaty workouts, washing your face, or swimming for a whole week. It should be treated like an open wound.

 

The results last up to three years but, depending on your skin, you may want to come back for some touch-ups every six months.