Is Microblading a Tattoo?

Microblading is a method of semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo that uses fine needles to insert a small amount of pigment in the upper dermal layer of the skin. There are actually No blades involved, thus the name can be mislead.

The manual Microblading technique is considered semi-permanent makeup because it is applied using a manual tool and that doesn’t deposit as much pigment into the skin nor goes as deep as a traditional tattoo machine.

Microbladed eyebrows will fade faster than a regular eyebrow tattoo due to the natural exfoliation of the skin and less amount of pigment inserted in the skin.

This technique + the right tool + the right artist = fine hair strokes that simulate your natural hair.

6 thoughts on “Is Microblading a Tattoo?

  1. I’d say its more micro-pigmentation, considering ink isn’t used. They kind of make incisions then add the pigment to them. Can’t wait to be able to give my dolls these results!

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  2. Hello, Iā€™m very interested in fixing my eyebrows. I would like to schedule an appointment to get more information

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    1. Hi Fran,
      Of course! Please call/text me at 714-479-2293 to schedule an appointment or a consultation, and I will be happy to help you šŸ™‚
      Johanna

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  3. Hello, this looks wonderful, I need to look more replenished. I would like to talk more with you about this miracle.

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    1. Hi Cecilia,
      Yes, Microblading is totally a time saver and game changer! I would love to give you more information about it, you can contact me at 714-479-2293 Call or Text, email Unfadeinfo@gmail.com
      Johanna B.

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  4. Hello, I would like to look more rejuvenated. Please contact me so I can get more info.

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