What is the Permanent Brow Technique?

Permanent brow technique against hard or powdery permanent brows. The stiff or powder technique is or is the standard for applying pigment to the brows, filling the brows completely. 

Permanent makeup artists use a traditional mascara tattoo machine or a rotating pen with a sharp needle on the tip that continues to move up and down, piercing the skin and applying the pigment of choice to the top layer of skin. This method of microblading in Calgary at https://www.havenbeautyyyc.com/microblading-services uses a solid color to fill in or shade the brows to add shape and thickness to the brows.

Although this technique has been around for many years, especially in Asia, it is only beginning to gain widespread acceptance in North America. Permanent makeup artists are now starting to learn the technique from their Asian counterparts and are learning to complete the technique with a hand knife, a technique called microblading or microblading. 

Each strand of hair is individually marked and carefully designed in the brow area and beautifully shaped and perfectly drawn brows are drawn in just about two hours. Eyebrow color begins to fade after a few years and retouching sessions with the artist have to be scheduled.

The microblading kit includes a waterproof drawing pen, pain reliever, microblade, pigment and more. The shape of the eyebrows is characterized by a removable waterproof pen, which is adjusted individually after consulting the customer.

Artists performing the process must be certified by the Ministry of Health as this technique can be risky if performed by untrained personnel. Knowledge of art is a must!