Ultimate Guide to 3D Eyebrow Microblading


If it sounds way too good to be true to be able to achieve eyebrows that are perfectly shaped without makeup, think again! You can with 3D eyebrow microblading. Keep reading to learn about this simple technique that allows you to achieve your dream eyebrows without any hassles.

Our microblading studio is one of the the top microblading facilities in the state of Illinois. We hope our article will tell you all the important things that you need to know about microblading as well as why it is so important to have someone who is experienced and knowledgeable to perform this technique for you.

What Is Microblading?

It is an innovative beauty treatment where perfect eyebrows are created through a technique using semi-permanent makeup performed one hair at a time, which allows for the eyebrows’ color and shape to be modified. You can see pictures here.

It is recommended in particular for individuals who want to increase their eyebrows’ density in a very natural way – for instance, people who have lost hair from their eyebrows due to stress, health, or hormonal problems. The technique produces perfect and natural eyebrows, which accentuates the face’s beauty.

Microblading is actually an adaption of a traditional Japanese technique called tebori for applying tattoos manually. Unlike permanent makeup, that can result in marks that are too obvious sometimes, microblading produces strokes that have the appearance of real hairs. That ensures bolder brows along with an appearance that is completely naturally through using microneedles where pigment is deposited underneath the first layer of your skin. Between traditional tattoos and microblading there is one very important and major difference, which is that microblading isn’t permanent. Depending on various factors it lasts 6 to 36 months. After this initial treatment, you might need to have a touch-up in one to two months, and after that every 6-12 months. However, we will cover that later on.

A very meticulous process is involved in this technique that takes anywhere from one up to three hours to finish. The results last anywhere from one up to three years, so it is critical that the practitioner pay very close attention to all of the details. Before you start on the procedures, a topical anesthetic will be applied by the practitioners and then followed by a gel anesthetic in order to prevent pain. The combination of these anesthetics can help to prevent pain that the needles that are used in this procedure may cause. Next the needles puncture with soft pressure. This causes a very thin cut that can barely be distinguished from actual hair. This technique achieves strokes that are very sharp without any “spillage.” It is recommended that you use inorganic pigments that have a mineral base in order to reduce potential allergic reactions.

Hair-by-hair microblading is the most popular of the microblading techniques currently. As suggested by the name, the technique enables the practitioner, to hair by hair, draw your eyebrows, to achieve a very impressive natural looking result. It is important that these pigments be natural. The color must also be customized to every client so that is provides a final result that is realistic. For example, a person with medium-brown hair is going to need to have a medium-brown pigment, whereas a blond is going to need something closer to a light-brown pigment. When it comes to choosing the pigmentation, the variables are skin, hair, and eyes. It is a very precise technique, and you need to have a highly trained professional to avoid eyebrows and skin damage.

To conclude, microblading is ideal for those who would like to totally reconstruct their eyebrows. However, it works as well for people just want to improve their appearance slightly. For example, they might want their 3d brows to have a light arch. This result is undetectable and natural. Whether you want to have eyebrows that are defined, straight or uncombed, you will be provided with amazing results by this semi-permanent technique. Without a doubt, eyebrows are one of the face’s most important features. If you aren’t satisfied with your result, there are several ways that they can be improved: eyebrows gel, sticks, powders or tattoos. However, it is becoming more and more obvious that eyebrow microblading is superior to all of the other options since it looks completely natural and is also semi-permanent, which is another advantage.

Does Microblading Hurt?

It might hurt or it might not. That is a really vague answer of course. However, like regular tattoos, everyone has different pain thresholds. Needles, after all, are involved in this procedures. Usually lots of pain comes with them. Topical anesthetics are applied by many microblading professionals in order to make customers a lot more comfortable. After the skin has been opened, the anesthetic does it job quickly and pain will not be felt by most people.

However, there are also some people who claim that it is a completely painless experience without any type of anesthetic being applied. There are some precautions that need to be taken by anyone considering the procedure. The technique isn’t recommended for individuals suffering from allergies or diabetes or who are taking an anticoagulant medication. People with a history of keloids and pregnant women should avoid microblading as well. The most important piece of advice for anybody who is interested in trying out microblading is to seek out a profession who has lots of experience and works at a reputable center specializing in the treatment. Microblading isn’t something for individuals to just experiment with; knowledge and experience are a necessity. Here at EyebrWOW Microblading in Palatine, our specialty is semi-permanent eyebrow design. We are among the most reliable places in Illinois that you can find for this procedures. Rest assured that you will be 100% satisfied with your results.

In general, microblading isn’t typically painful. Many individuals who under go it don’t feel any pain whatsoever. Even if you are wary of needles and believe that microblading will involve some pain, anesthetics can really help with that.

How Long Does Microblading Last For?

It is a fairly quick and simple technique. To complete the procedure takes about one hour. After it is finished, your eyebrows might look dark and very bold. Don’t worry. That is totally normal. With time, your eyebrows’ tone will gradually turn a lighter color until they are the proper color. After a period of two to four weeks, approximately 30% of the color will disappear. Each person’s healing process is different and may take 25-30 days.

It is important to realize this is a semi-permanent technique. Generally speaking, microblading results will last from one year up to one and a half years. It will depend on several factors like the professional who performed the procedure (materials, technique, experience, etc.), as well as the client and their skin. Some people claim microblading lasts one to three years, which depends on age (youthful or mature) and type of skin (dry, oily, normal). Your skincare regimen plays a critical role as well. For example, the eyebrow pigmentation might last longer if the personal normally wears sunscreen and a hat every day. To achieve the best microblading results, some basic instructions will be provided by the practitioner on what to do and not to do during those first few initial days following the procedure. Those recommendations vary from one practitioner to the next. For example, one practitioner might say that the best thing to do is to wash your eyebrows and then apply ointment. Another practitioner might tell you the exact opposite. The most important thing is to always listen to your trustworthy professional.

As previously stated, most likely you will need a touch-up for your microblading to last for a longer period of time.

Do I Need To Have A Microblading Touch-Up?

Yes! It might vary by client, however, every one needs to have one touch-up session at least four to six week following the initial treatment. That is due to the fact that every individual heals in their own way. Therefore, their outcomes might be different also. There are areas that might not pick color up following the initial session and have to be refilled. Or color might not turn out the shade that was being intended by the practitioner and more brow thickness might need to be added. Individuals with oily skin have a tendency to need a deeper shade during their touch-up session since the oil may lighten the pigment at times. The initial touch-up session is when the practitioner refines your eyebrows to ensure they look perfect in order for their color to be retained.

It isn’t recommended that the first touch-up session be done any earlier than the four week market after the initial microblading has been completed. That is due to the fact that the pigment color will not have had a chance to settle into your skin completely yet. The tissue also needs to have enough time to completely heal so that scar damage is prevented.