Permanent makeup with a machine will produce longer lasting results than microblading. The pigment is deposited in the dermal layer of the skin approximately to the depth of a dime. It is a very important factor to know exactly where you are placing the pigment in order to keep those crisp strokes of hair. The first important difference between microblading makeup and permanent makeup is the method of application.
With the permanent method, a series of needles are stacked or formed into a circle and a tattoo machine is used, which vibrates to put the pigment into the skin. With this technique, the eyebrow area is completely filled, while with microblading, the manual blade consisting of multiple microneedles creates fine hair-like strokes to create the look of more natural and complete eyebrows. Microblading creates a more natural result compared to eyebrow tattooing, resulting in eyebrows that look “drawn and flat”. This is because the microblading technique creates individual hair-like strokes that are identical to the hair growth pattern of the surrounding eyebrows.
An excellent microblading technician can make the treated areas look like a denser version of natural eyebrow hair. Microblading is a popular eyebrow technique that mimics tiny hairs to give your eyebrows a more natural, fuller look. The main difference between microblading makeup and permanent makeup is that microblading is achieved by hand drawing each strand-like line. It also uses less ink than permanent makeup.
A permanent makeup artist will use tattoo machines to implant ink into the dermis, only he is ashamed of how deep a normal tattoo will penetrate. While permanent makeup is starting to catch on in the United States, permanent makeup abroad is HUGE. Perhaps one of the reasons why microblading has enjoyed the attention so much is that it is a relatively new technique, one that, unlike permanent makeup, is simply semi-permanent, which means it can last up to 3 years, but after that, it will disappear. The problem with permanent makeup for eyebrows is its inability to create the natural and complete look that microblading successfully achieves.
It is important to note that while one of the main attractions of microblading is its natural look, permanent makeup artists have achieved the same natural-looking result for years, it all depends on the technique used to comb the eyebrows. Both permanent makeup and microblading can benefit people from all walks of life, regardless of age and gender. Many permanent makeup artists use regular tattoo ink that can change color over time and contain dangerous minerals such as cobalt and mercury. Microblading is much more painful than permanent cosmetics that are made with a single fine needle in a machine.
Permanent makeup, as well as microblading, can make a big difference in how you look and feel about yourself. The first significant difference between microblading and permanent makeup is the method of application. It is also possible to have permanent eye shadow or blush, although these are much less common procedures. It may be that permanent makeup has been slower to acquire in the United States for fear that it is “too permanent.
Rachael Bebe is a specialist in natural effect eyebrows, eyebrow microblading, feathers or eyebrow tattoos with hairstroke & based in Mt Eliza, Victoria.