In this tutorial, we’re going to teach eyebrow microblading. This video is taught by Mrs. Sahar Hedayati. To join our professional courses on micro pigmentation and microblading please contact Sahar Beauty Institute using either of these numbers: 09120341241 – 09122253122.
Here I’m going to use manual pigmentation pens without a cartridge. The blade is for one-time use only. If microblading isn’t done accordingly it could have terrible consequences, therefore please do this done with complete dedication and delicacy.
What I’m going to do for our model here is eyebrowmicroblading. Before anything, I’m going to design the eyebrow. The design is now finished. Based on my model’s face and her preferences, I’ve designed a thicker eyebrow and also added to the length of the brow a little bit to suit the round face.
Microblading works better for those type of eyebrows with natural light colors or low pigmentation levels. An important point you have to pay attention to when using a microblading pen is the degree of the blade when applying pigmentation. Similar to micro pigmentation, use the pen at a 90-degree angle. It's also important to proceed in the direction of the hair growth.
The most essential part of microblading with a non-cartridge pen is applying the color to the pigmentation area. When you’re working with the pen, you’re only scratching the skin and only after applying the color will the pigmentation take its full effect. Let the color stay on the skin for five minutes. Wipe the color after five minutes and the result will be obvious.
If you compare the natural eyebrow with what you see now, you’ll notice very thin and natural hachures have been added to the eyebrow. Microblading can be a good candidate for ladies who’d like to have delicate hachures worked into their natural eyebrows.