How To: Eyebrow Micro-Blading

In this video, we show you a micro-blading process in action. This video was provided by Faranak Beauty Salon.


Greetings and good day. Today I want to show a micro-blading process using the PhiBrows method.

First, we need to use a divider to check the eyebrows for symmetry and design it if we need. If we want the result to be at its best, you should work on natural eyebrows without prior grooming or dye. After doing the measurements, we start designing the eyebrows to make sure they are exactly the same size and shape.

Designing and pigmenting eyebrows using the PhiBrows method is much more delicate and thinner than the result you can expect from micro-pigmentation. You should let the ink remain on the skin after the first phase of drawing the eyebrows and meanwhile we can work on the other eyebrow. The ink will remain on the eyebrow until we are done working on the other eyebrow.

If during the process, you notice that the client in irritated or in pain, you can use the special anesthetic material or drops to ease them. Let this product remain on the eyebrows between five to ten minutes. After that, you can ask the client to make sure they are comfortable, remove the material and resume working. After the allotted time has passed, we can remove the material using a dry cloth or piece of cotton and then using a wet cloth.

Start the micro-blading process again. You should always hold the device in a ninety-degree angle, and the hand pressure should not be too high or too low. If the angle is not right, there is a possibility that the lines might look crooked or thick. This is the second time we let the ink remain on the skin, which is right after the micro-blading process has ended. Now we use a clean, dry cloth or cotton to remove the ink. My client had low volume eyebrows and I did the best I could using this technique to help her.

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