In this tutorial, we cover the eyebrow micro-blading process from start to finish. This video was provided by Mrs. Nastaran Khorshidi. To book our services or to join our classes, please contact us at 09196184716.
Greetings. I’m Nastaran Khorshidi. I’m a micro-pigmentation expert and instructor. Today I want to show you a micro-blading process performed on synthetic skin.
Micro-blading is a tattooing technique specific to eyebrows. The tip of a micro-blading device is manufactured specifically to be used for designing eyebrows. The blade on the tip of the device is flexible and small. Micro-blading should not cause any scars. If the pigmentation artist is not well versed in this technique he or she could cause scars. Choose wisely when looking for your pigmentation artist.
Don’t trust the “after photos” taken right after the micro-blading process. A micro-blading professional should present you with pictures taken after the healing process has ended and some time has passed. Skin is the largest organ in the human body and it will respond to pressure. Therefore, it’s important not to cause scars during this process.
The size and type of your hachures in the crown, arch, and tail of the eyebrows are different and the angle and depth of the hachures should be according to the nature of the eyebrows and are different. The thickness of the Epidermis in one person is different from another. Therefore, it’s crucial to understand the nature of the skin.
As I said, the thickness of the skin in one person is different from another. The thickness of the skin is separated into four different groups of very thin, thin, normal and thick. To get the best result, you should pull the skin in three different directions. This will help minimize the irritation and scars left from the process. This will also increase the speed in the healing process.
The depth of the penetration is very important since a superficial pigmentation in the Epidermis layer will fade fast and deep penetration of the skin will cause bleeding and scar tissue. The ability of the pigmentation artist to penetrate the skin to the right depth is one of the most important skills. A micro-pigmentation recovery process should always take place after at least four weeks and not sooner.
During a recovery process, you should not redraw the already existing lines. This can cause bleeding and scars. You should only draw on empty spaces or faded lines. Otherwise, you will have unnatural looking eyebrows with very dark lines. Keep in mind that there shouldn't be too much pressure applied to the blade otherwise there will be scars. Before starting the hachuring process, you should always consider your design and the eyebrows from all angles. The hands must move gently on the skin, with a controlled speed.
This concludes our tutorial on eyebrow micro-blading. I hope you have enjoyed this video. Until next time, goodbye.