Brow Pigmentation Vs. Microblading: What's the Difference?

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Brow Pigmentation Vs. Microblading: What's the Difference?

January 15, 2019

 

 

Our eyebrows are like a frame for our face.  

 

When we choose the right frame, our natural beauty stands out. But, if we choose the wrong frame, all anyone will be able to see is the awful frame.

 

This is why it’s so important to thoroughly research the best brow treatments before making a choice. And, there are quite a few options out there. We can choose from waxing, tinting, permanent pigmentation, or microblading.

 

Today, we’ll look at the differences between two of these options: microblading and pigmentation. We’ll explain the difference between the two and show you why microblading in Atlanta is the best choice.

 

Pigmentation Vs. Microblading: What’s the Difference?

 

On the surface, microblading and pigmentation might seem like, basically, the same thing – injecting pigment into the skin. But, there is one very important difference – one which will make you want to choose one permanent eyebrow technique over the other.

 

The difference is the method and tools which are used.

 

When someone has a permanent pigmentation procedure, the tattoo artist injects pigment via a regular tattoo needle. The end result is an eyebrow which is made up of many tiny dots. The dots are

so close together, though, the tattoo looks like an actual eyebrow.

 

How does this differ from microblading? Well, microblading doesn’t utilize a tattoo needle. Instead, we use a special instrument made up of a much finer needle. This means any pigment injected will be done in smaller, more delicate increments.

 

Besides using this specialized tool, the technique used is also different from general pigmentation. Instead of depositing the ink in small dots, the microblading tool allows the brow artist to place it in gentle strokes. This gives the opportunity to mimic each client’s natural direction of hair growth.  

 

3 Reasons Why Microblading Is a Superior Brow Treatment

 

Here are three reasons why I believe microblading is the better option.

 
1. Microblading Is the Safer Option

 

There are risks any time someone decides to get a tattoo or permanent makeup. Reactions, while uncommon, can happen. However, it tends to be more common for skin reactions to occur when

someone gets pigmentation.

 

The reason for this is because microblading uses less pigment and is a less traumatic procedure for the skin to go through.

 

As mentioned, there’s a risk of an allergic reaction or infection with any type of tattoo technique. This is why it’s vital to find a reputable professional.

 
2. Beautiful, Natural-Looking Results

 

Gone are the days of pencil-thin eyebrows which were either drawn on or tattooed. And, thank goodness for this. Today’s brows are not just fuller – they’re way more natural looking.

 

Microblading helps people achieve those kinds of results: Fuller, darker, and more natural. This is because the microblading tool allows technicians to add the pigment in strokes, instead of tiny dots.

 

The strokes mimic the look of real eyebrow hairs and their direction of growth.

 
3. Facial Measurements Ensure You Get the Best Look Possible

 

If you’ve ever looked online at pictures of pigmented eyebrows, you’ll start to notice the same shapes are often repeated. There’s no “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to eyebrows. Even both of the eyebrows on our face aren’t always completely identical.

 

On the other hand, microblading is completely specialized. Not only do microblading artists use a smaller needle and stroke technique, they also often adhere to what’s known as the Golden Ratio Method. In short, this is a method of measurement which gives us the information we need to give our clients the most natural-looking result possible.

 

Find a Brow Artist Who Will Give You the Best Results

 

Choosing microblading over pigmentation isn’t the only decision we have to make when it comes to our brows. We also have to find a good microblading artist.

 

The best technician will thoroughly explain the process, listen closely to what you want, utilize the best microblading practices, and be willing to show you they’re certified.

 

In order to find this type of professional, we need to do our homework. We can review their website, visit their place of business, and take a look at online reviews. All of this provides valuable information will lead to the best brow artist who can provide a truly beautiful frame for our face.

 

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