Microblading is a technique of eyebrow make-up, which guarantees maximum natural effects. The method is rapidly gaining popularity around the world. What should you know about microblading? 

What is microblading?

Microblading, also called the feather method or Japanese technique, is a manual method of permanent eyebrow makeup used in Asia for hundreds of years. According to the philosophy of the Far East, the most important are precision and internal discipline that allows you to perform every task perfectly. In the case of permanent makeup, this is especially important, because only experience, mastery and accuracy allow you to draw with a feather Italian hair that perfectly imitates natural eyebrows.

Today, the method has been rediscovered and technologically improved to ensure the perfect shape of the eyebrows and the desired durability of permanent makeup.

microblading effects

Microblading – effects

This type of permanent makeup guarantees extremely natural effects. Makes eyebrows thick and clear because it is done with henna. Thanks to this, you don’t need to paint them, which can be very time consuming, especially for those women who don’t have regular hair patterns. This cosmetic procedure is also recommended for women after chemotherapy or owners of allergic skin. With microblading, you may feel more comfortable.

How is the procedure performed?

During the consultation, a detailed interview is carried out to define possible contraindications, make an initial drawing of the eyebrows and determine details about, among others eyebrow shape and pigment color.

The procedure itself is performed under anesthesia with sterile needles and a pen (microblading pen) much thinner than the needle in the case of traditional permanent makeup. The tested pigment is applied manually, using pressure to make delicate incisions in which the dye is applied. The entire procedure from consultation and preliminary drawing takes about 1.5 hours.

The desired effect of the treatment will be achieved only after 2-3 weeks. One month after the surgery, we can perform a complementary treatment, so-called correction. Then you can strengthen the color, supplement the greasy hair, correct the shape or further thicken the eyebrows.

Contraindications for microblading


  • viral, fungal, bacterial infections
  • dermatological diseases
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • menstruation
  • radio or chemotherapy
  • shingles
  • fresh scars
  • sunburn
  • autoimmune diseases


  • cardiological diseases
  • cancers
  • diabetes
  • epilepsy
  • haemophilia
  • active skin diseases, including psoriasis and urticaria, skin eruptions
  • ophthalmic diseases (including retinal and corneal disorders)
  • mental disorders
  • suspected or known allergy to dyes

The procedure cannot be carried out also if the patient is taking antidepressants, anti-inflammatory and anticoagulant drugs, steroid drugs, fungicides or antibiotics. The person performing the procedure must be notified of all contraindications if the interview does not take them into account.



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