Starter’s Guide To Microblading

by Wake Up With Makeup By Dawna Wake Up Feeling Beautiful

For the few people who have thin eyebrows and are looking for something like a semi-permanent fill, microblading is a good option. This article will familiarize you with everything you need to know about this new trend. 

the term ‘microblading’ has been in the talks recently and even celebrities such as Madonna have tried it. 

Microblading eyebrows in Oklahoma is a cosmetic tattooing procedure which is responsible for filling in thin eyebrow area in order to make them look fuller. Dissimilar to a traditional tattoo, which is obviously permanent, the coloring from the microblading tends to last for up to 3 years. This is simply because microblading makes use of different tools and also a smaller amount of pigment. 

What exactly is microblading?

In microblading, an esthetician uses a microblade tool to apply color pigments that actually look like real hairs. The effect of the color tends to fade over time, so touch-ups are quite necessary to maintain the desired look.

Microblading has also been known to offer natural looking and defined eyebrows, but the process usually takes some time to perfect.

The initial procedure may take up to a couple of hours, and the eyebrows may tend to appear darker immediately after the initial treatment.

It is also possible for the color to fade after a few weeks and a touch-up may also be needed. 

What you need to be aware of

All of the cosmetic procedures, including microblading and permanent makeup tattooing, have a number of possible risks associated with them. 

Do the research

One of the most important things to remember when it comes to considering microblading is the salon which will be carrying out the procedure on your face. The person responsible for doing the microblading should be a licensed esthetician who has undergone the proper training from a microblading school in Oklahoma.

Because the microblading regulations are different in every state, anyone who is considering having the procedure needs to take proper precautions. 

Allergic Reaction

While the cases of allergic reactions to the organic pigments that are used for the procedure are quite rare, it can most definitely happen. Therefore, it is important to ask the esthetician the type of pigment they are going to use and how they can confirm allergies. 


Since microblading tends to break the skin, there is quite a serious risk for transmission of infectious diseases, such as HIV and other bacterial infections.

Unsterile tools and other such equipments are among the leading risks for transmitting any kind of infection during this procedure. It is important for all the equipment to be sterilized before the procedure has even started in order to avoid any infectious complications. 

Author’s Bio: The author is an avid blogger. This article is about microblading. 

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