Microblading is a method of painting where a small hand-made tool with many small needles is used to add full color to the skin.  Microblading is different from regular eyebrow tattooing because each hairroke is done by hand using a dye that creates fine pieces on the skin, while eyebrow tattoos are done with a machine and a single needle. Microblading is commonly used on eyebrows to create, enhance or reconstruct their appearance depending on their shape and color. It applies pigment to the upper region of the dermis, so it fades faster than traditional dyeing techniques, which set the color in depth. Microblading artists are casual tattoo artists, on the contrary, because the techniques require different training.
The process of dyeing the skin after the creation of good conditions on the skin can be traced back thousands of years,  but the practice of applying the eyebrow procedure is thought to have originated in Asia over the past 25 years.  Very little is known about the history of microblading. It became the most popular way to look at eyebrows in Europe and the United States by 2015, and new techniques such as 1D, 3D, and 6D have emerged.
PLANNING AND DESCRIPTION
Microblading designers begin each selection by discussing the looks and needs of their clients  before measuring and setting eyebrow placement. Evaluating spinal placement is a multi-step process that began with determining the center of the face and set of the client’s eyes. The first point, the arch, and the last point are determined by whether the eyes are normal, close or distant.  The designer produced a complete track with the appropriate size and width of the arch to give the client a good idea of what the default browser would look like and set the micoblading frame.  Facial shadow (Microshading) can be added to the upper and lower strands of the hair to give the appearance of a larger natural leave without sharp eyebrows.
The process of microblading y endless tattoo. Like all tattoos, microblading can disappear, depending on a number of factors, including the quality of the pig / ink used, UV exposure, substances found in skincare products, medications. Treatment lasts one to two years. A touch session is recommended 6 weeks after the initial microblading control procedure and every 12-18 months thereafter.
The safety measures for microblading are the same as for any other encryption. The most common problems and customer dissatisfaction arising from any type of tattoo marking are misuse of pigment, pigment migration, color change, in some cases, unintentional hyperpigmentation. Serious problems are common. As with all tattooing techniques, the risks associated with micoblading implants include transfers of blood-borne organisms (e.g. HIV, hepatitis C), as well as short- or long-term reactions to pigment ingredients. Therefore, it is important to check that the professional holds the appropriate licenses and to register the provision of tattoo services, as well as to inquire about the level of professional training.
Procedures performed by professionals who have completed extensive training courses can reduce the risk of unwanted side effects and customer satisfaction.