Getting the Shape Just Right – A Crucial Step of the Microblading Process


Shape is Important Part of Microblading

Do you love the latest brow trend? If so, definitely you’re not alone. There are thousands of women (and even some men) who want their brows to look thick, lush, and prominent.

In order to achieve their desired look, they spend a ton of time and money on waxing, threading, and tinting.

While this will help achieve a thicker brow with clean lines, there’s one thing to notice which some people either overlook or get wrong altogether: The shape of their brows.

Taking the time to get the shape just right is a vital key in ensuring you get the brow look which is right for you.

The Microblading Process: Why Eyebrow Shape Is so Important

Right now, the trend is to have full, thick, dark brows. This is what many women deem “ideal” right now.

Full brows are quite beautiful.

However, it seems like a lot of people think as long as you achieve thickness and desired shade you’re good to go, and your brows will look amazing.

This isn’t the case, though. If you take a look through Instagram and other social media posts of people showing off their brows, you’ll notice two things:

  • There are people who have the seemingly “perfect” brow – it’s totally on-trend and it looks great on them.

  • There are other people who have the thick, dark brow going on, but who, for some reason just don’t look quite as fabulous as some of the other people posting brow pics.

What’s the difference between these two groups of people? In my experience, the difference is the shape of the brow.

Some people contour their brow too much, making the arch way too dramatic. Others tend to choose sharp lines over rounded ones. On the right person, a slight sharpness is ok, but it’s not a good look for everyone.

When people go for microblading in Atlanta, there are a lot of factors to take into consideration. To help give them the ideal brow shape and symmetry, we utilize the Golden Ratio Technique. This equation helps determine the best length and thickness for each client.