Microblading in New Jersey
Whether you like your eyebrows thick, bold, and full or thin and sleek, your eyebrows are a big part of your look. During their busy lives, people will always take the time to pluck away stray hairs trying to achieve the perfect eyebrow shape.
The problem is, if you want eyebrows with sharp lines and a full appearance, you’re going to need a good amount of hairs to work with. If you have thin or wispy eyebrows, it may feel like they’re a lost cause.
At Sperling Dermatology in New Jersey, we have the perfect treatment: microblading. This process can give you the beautiful eyebrows you want – even if you don’t have thick and full natural eyebrows.
What Is Microblading?
Microblading is a unique treatment that uses a specialized sharp tool to etch fine lines along the eyebrow. These fine lines are purposefully made to mimic the natural shape of real eyelashes. During the etching process, a special pigment is inserted under the skin that darkens the lines to further create the appearance of natural eyebrow hairs.
Think of microblading as a manual form of tattooing. Just like with traditional tattoos, pigments are inserted into the skin to give it a darker color. However, microblading does not insert the ink as deep into the skin, which means that the results provided are long-lasting but not permanent.
Microblading requires an immense amount of precision and a sharp eye for aesthetics. That is why the procedure needs to be performed by a highly skilled microblading specialist who has undergone extensive training. When microblading is performed by a skilled professional, the results can look incredibly natural, sharp, and beautiful.
How Long Will My Results Last?
Microblading offers semi-permanent results that can be touched up for maintenance. Over time, the skin of the eyebrows is naturally replaced by new skin cells, which will cause the results of the treatment to fade. Showering or washing your face will not cause your results to fade.
Touch-up treatments will renew the pigment in the eyebrows, which will give them a bolder and sharper appearance. Most patients will need a touch-up around six weeks after their initial treatment. Additional touch-ups can be performed annually for best results. You can also schedule a touch-up if you feel like your results have faded significantly.
Are You Interested in Microblading?
At Sperling Dermatology in New Jersey, microblading is just one of the amazing cosmetic and aesthetic treatments we provide. We also offer other forms of permanent makeup that make it easy to attain your ideal daily look in an instant.
Not only that, our expertly trained staff can also suggest a number of skin-care and laser-based treatments that will help to enhance the beauty of your skin and complement the results of your microblading.
If you are interested in microblading or would like to know more about the other amazing services we offer, contact Sperling Dermatology today to schedule a consultation. We are dedicated to providing our patients with personalized care, and we strive to ensure your full satisfaction with the results we provide.