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The Differences Between Microblading and Machine Hair Strokes

Looking to tweak your eyebrows? Today you have many choices, including microblading or machine hair strokes. Both are great options for getting your eyebrows to look beautiful. So, which method should you choose? Let's take a look at the pros and cons of both and then you can decide.

All About Microblading

Microblading is a partly permanent technique used to make your eyebrows look fuller and more beautiful. a pen like tool is used that has very tiny needles on the end of it. These needles do not actually penetrate the skin but only scratch the skin's surface.

The procedure used for microblading is just about painless and takes about 30 to 40 minutes.A numbing cream is applied to the area before the microblading procedure.With microblading, you can have fuller and natural looking eyebrows and say goodbye to all those eyebrow products.

Directly after a microblading procedure, it's important not to wear any makeup around your eyes and to avoid sweating. A microblading treatment typically lasts anywhere from 3 months to a little bit over a year. After that, it's likely that you'll need a touch-up session. But, you don't have to worry about the results washing away when you shower.

All About the Machine Hair Strokes Procedure

The machine hair strokes is also a great option if you want to wake up in the morning with beautiful looking eyebrows before you start your day. Unlike microblading, there is less trauma to the skin with this method. Only one tiny needle is used with this method. And the strokes made are perfectly aligned. The machine strokes are able to implant the pigments without cutting into the dermis. The hairs and skin retain the pigment very well. Each hair is well saturated.

The healing process is faster when compared to the microblading procedure. The hair strokes machine takes about the same amount of time as microblading, which is about 30 minutes. In addition, the results from machine hair strokes typically last a bit longer than with the microblading procedure on your eyebrows.

So which method is best for your eyebrows? Basically, it's up to you! Either way you'll walk out of the shop with great looking eyebrows. It's really your decision to make. Contact us today to find out more!

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