Out with the old and in with the new. Old school eyebrow tattoos are a retro approach to achieving your dream eyebrows. Microblading is the new school way, which is more natural in appearance and only semi-permanent. Learn how you can cover up old school eyebrow tattoos with microblading by reading on.
Often times eyebrow tattoos are darker and less natural in appearance than many want. With traditional cosmetic tattooing, machines implant pigment into the dermis, which is a deeper layer of skin than microblading. Implanting pigment into the dermis increases the chances of pigments expanding and appearing unnatural. Meanwhile, pigments are applied less deep into the skin with microblading. This reduces the risk of expanding. Microblading is performed by a professional artist who uses small, hair-like strokes to apply the pigments. These pigments resemble your natural eyebrows, making them ideal for those seeking the most natural appearance possible.
Overtime, microbladed eyebrows fade, so you don’t have to commit to one shape or tint of brows for the rest of your life. Instead, you can touch up and edit your brows as they fade to adapt to your preferences. Because microbladed eyebrows are touched up every few years, they can consistently look natural and fresh.
If you have tattoo eyebrows that you are less than satisfied with, you can cover these brows with microblading. You may not like your tattoo eyebrows because they are the wrong shape. If this is the case, a skilled microblading artist can correct the shape of your brows to help you feel more confident in your appearance. A microblading artist can also correct the color of your brows. They can even revise any errors a tattoo artist may have made.
Cover up old school eyebrow tattoos with microblading at Flash Brows by Heather Gordon! You can schedule your appointment with us when you call 972-804-4555 today! We proudly serve the surrounding areas of Frisco, Plano, and Prosper, Texas.