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    Micro Eyebrows- Microblading California

    With numerous beauty treatments and enhancements around, its obvious to get confused with the effects and look from 2 similar procedures. A set of such similar terms is - Microblading, Microfeathering and Microshading of eyebrows. We at PBT America California not only are trusted suppliers of beauty accessories and tools but also provide information and training for the most trendy beauty procedures, spreading all over San Diego, Las Vegas, California etc.

    Microblading is a semi permanent technique using a super-fine pen (technically, a bundle of 12 to 15 needles) to deposit pigment into skin. Microblading is the process where a sterile single-use small metal hand tool also known as a pen with disposable very fine needles (much smaller than tattoo pins) is used to deposit pigment to create crisp fine hair-like strokes into the upper layer of the skin. Having your eyebrows micro bladed saves time and frustration. Your brows will look ready and made-up 24/7. You won't need to draw on your brows anymore.

    Anyone who has over plucked their brows, has thin or grey brows, has gaps or scars where hair has not grown, has very fair hair, or needs help shaping their brows will benefit from microblading. Even persons who have suffered hair loss from a medical condition or medical side effect such as chemotherapy can greatly benefit from reconstructing the appearance of natural looking eyebrows. 

     Microfeathering a new microblading concept created by celebrity eyebrow guru Kristie Streicher, using your existing brow hairs as the "starting base" and simply fills it in as needed.She's best known for her feathered brow, a no-needle shaping method that's all about a natural, fluffy-looking brow. This techniques basically fills the gaps between the natural eyebrows to make them look fuller.

    "Microshading technique is done using either an electric hand tool or a manual tool, which creates a soft, powdered effect that resembles eyebrow powder," says Shuki. Instead of the hair stroke typical with microblading and microfeathering, microshading employs a stippling method, which uses repetitive dots of pigment. Unlike microblading, microshading fills in thin brows with small dots rather than natural hair strokes, which is safer for sensitive or oily skin.

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