Laura Edgington Microblading
The actual technique of implanting pigment into fine incisions in the skin goes back thousands of years, but gained popularity for use with eyebrows in Asia with the feathering or embroidery trend. Later known as microblading, it’s essentially tattooing, but it involves using a specialised manual hand tool.
Rather than giving you a block of colour like traditional tattooing, fine strokes are done by hand to create the illusion of real hairs, which is why those on the search for brow perfection prefer it. Many beauticians class it as semi-permanent, but with regular top-ups and great aftercare, it can last a lifetime. It’s great for those with alopecia or people who’ve gone through chemotherapy, or for anyone who wants brows to-die-for!
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