Magic Eyebrow Microblading Tattoo Auckland

Magic Microblading AucklandEver struggling with penciling your eyebrows just to find out that you did it all wrong? If you do then Eyebrow Microblading might just be the hassle-free solution for your problem. This is the semi-permanent technique that can fake you fuller eyebrows that look totally natural.

What is Eyebrow Microblading?

Microblading is an art process of architecting eyebrows. It is about creating the best brow shape for each client’s face while structuring the shape with hair-like stroke so that they look as natural as real hair.

It is a very precise and sophisticated process with multiple different steps. The main tool used in the procedure is a sloped blade with 10-12 little needles at the end. The blade is used to scratch the skin surface to deposit pigments under the skin line by line.

Brow tattoo artist will use the blades to draw hair like strokes with a medical grade pigment to create fine, realistic and natural hair strokes.

What actually happens when you get your eyebrows microbladed?

  1. Consultation: Our artist will discuss with you of the shape and colors and answer any of your question.
  2. Preparing: this step include photo taking, brow cleaning.
  3. Numbing: numbing cream are applied on your brows to ensure minimal or painless treatment.
  4. Brow mapping: we will map out your new brow shape and make sure that you are happy with them before proceeding with the tattoo.
  5. Microblading: it is time for the pigment depositing – pigment are implanted via blade strokes.
  6.  A final layer of pigment is added on for 5 mins and then cleaned up to reveal the new beautiful brows.
  7. A touch up session is needed in 6-8 weeks  to fill in any gaps where the pigment hasn’t been retained or healed properly

Why is there a touch up microblading session and when does this happen?

The touch up session is needed after 4-8 weeks. Color lost after your brows healed is common after the first session. So this is when your brow artist assess the first steps, and add in any further strokes to make up for the color lost during healing process. If darker pigment is need, this is also the time to do it.

What happens after the treatment?

After the treatment, an aftercare instruction will be sent to your email. You will need to read and follow it and avoid any picking or scratching. You can also read the microblading aftercare instruction here: Brow Tattoo Aftercare

In the next ten days or so your eyebrows will change color, might become flaky and look like they’ve faded but this is totally normal. They’ll reveal their final color and shape after around 30 days.

How do you know what eyebrow shape to go for? Should you bring pictures?

You are welcome to bring in images of the style of brow you like to give our brow artist an idea of your preferences. However, it also depends on your facial structure and your natural existing brows. So we will determine the final color and shape for your based on our experience. We will discuss with you about the shape and color and will only proceed when you are happy with the mapping shape.

What is Powder Brows and how is it different to Eyebrow Microblading?

Both are forms of semi-permanent make-up for your eyebrows, they have a few subtle but important differences. While microblading create a super precise, individual hair by hair look, powder brows offer a softer finish, a pencil-like powder effect on your eyebrows. Powder brows is a great option if you prefer a make up like look or want to fill in patchy area of your eyebrows. You can learn more about our Magic Ombre Powder Brows treatment here: Tap to learn more about Magic Ombre Powder Brows. 

Microblading will get you hair-like strokes in your existing brows while powder brows tattoos tiny dots along your brows for a soft shading finish.

Depend on each client’s existing eyebrows, our artists also combine both methods to create the most realistic and natural finish. This technique is call Magic Combination Brows.

Not sure which technique is for you? Fear not, because at the time of your appointment our experienced and skilled brow artist will assess your brows and recommend the best treatment for you.

How long does Eyebrow Microblading last?

Microblading can last anything between 6 to 36 months. How long it actually last will depend significantly on your skin type and lifestyle. The typical expectation is 12 – 18 months.

Microblading will fade away gradually and it tend to last around the 12 month mark for clients with oily skin before they need a color-refresh session.

How much does microblading cost?

The cost for the first session is $799 and for the 2nd session is $389.

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Does microblading hurt?

How painful you feel during the microblading treatment will depend on your pain tolerance. It can be mild uncomfortable for some and quite painful for some others, but it is usually not extremely painful. A topical numbing cream is typically applied to the area before the procedure to minimize any discomfort. Some people may feel slight pressure or a scratching sensation during the process, but the level of pain can vary depending on an individual’s pain tolerance. After the procedure, some redness and tenderness may occur, but it generally subsides within a few days.

Can microbladed eyebrows be undone/removed?

Yes – the pigment will fade away gradually on its own. So if you don’t have any touch up or color refresh, it will fade away completely in a few months or years.

Or if you want to remove them quickly, a eyebrow tattoo laser removal will do the trick.

Can you be allergic to microblading?

The risk of allergy to pigments or any other materials used in the treatment is extremely rare. However, allergy does exist. A patch-test can be done however the result is inclusive as it may take months after pigments went under your skin for allergy to develop.

Who should get Eyebrow Microblading done?

If you are not happy with your natural brows because they are patchy, none to existence, or your brow shapes are not defined, microblading may be the treatment for you.

Microblading is also a good option for someone who don’t want to waste their time every morning penciling the brows just to find out that they didn’t look good. Microblading will make the morning process super easy, one less thing to worry about.