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FLORIDA MICROBLADING TRAINING Courses

Introducing The Latest Florida Microblading Certification Course 

Microblading is the new black! Get the brows you’ve always wanted without the unnatural look of a tattoo. Everyone desires and deserves a natural, robust brow! Say goodbye to pencil and faded permanent make-up block brows thanks to our innovative 3D eyebrow embroidery training technique in the Florida area.
FLORIDA MICROBLADING 
“Browway” specializes in state of the art brows that will last up to 3 years. This technique creates a brow with beautiful pigment that is certified and safe, we manually draw hair strokes in their natural direction. No Machine is used. The tattoo look is not “in,” and a machine can’t get the detailed strokes like cosmetic eyebrow tattooing classes.

Microblading training near me

Microblading training near me

Semi-permanent tattoos only implant color on the top layer of skin, while permanent does through to the second layer. Hygienic conditions are essential for safe tattooing which is why it is important you only use professional, experienced artists.

Reason For Getting One

There are several reasons that anyone would want get a tattooed eyebrows, all of them important to the people involved. It might be that you have very little natural eyebrow and want something that stands out better. Maybe you aren’t happy with the natural color, or maybe you just want to get rid of the hassle of making sure you look perfect every morning.

Getting the procedure done also comes in handy if you spend a lot of time in the swimming pool as your permanent make up will never wash off. 

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3D Microblading Technique is performed without using a machine! Using the unique manual technique, the pigment is applied with a hand tool that has a small, fixed blade with disposable needles. The needles are three times thinner than those used in machines while the depth of pigment injection does not reach the dermis. An effect of extremely fine and natural looking hair strokes is achieved. 

Brush your brows directly upwards using a fine-toothed common comb or a small toothbrush. If there are any longer hairs that overlap with your natural shape on top of your brows, trim them down using a small pair of scissors.

Clean the eyebrow surface area. Apply pre-wax cleanser on eyebrows and around the skin, and then apply a light amount of powder using a cotton swab.

Apply the wax equally in the direction of hair growth using the applicator stick to shape your eyebrow. Only apply enough wax to cover the eyebrow hair surface where you want the hair removed. Do not apply too much wax so that it oozes onto hair that you do not want to remove.

Apply the strip in the direction of hair growth, leaving a tab at the end of the strip. Press on it and firmly smooth your hand across the strip a couple of times into the direction of hair growth, to assure that the wax is sticking into the hair and to check if the wax has slightly cooled down.

Microblading training near me

‘Eyebrows are so important – they frame the face,’ she says. ‘You do get some natural, nice looking strikes with the machine – but it does tend to bleed out. Microblading gives the most natural effect yet.’ Sian entered the market 7 years ago when she was made redundant from a recruitment agency. Her mother and sister clubbed together to get her own eyebrows, that she’d over plucked as a teenager, tattooed on – and she cried with joy at the result.

Is it semi-permanent? Some are promoting microblading or eyebrow embroidery as a semi-permanent process; and that the color only reaches the epidermal (outer) layer of the skin. A careful review of basic skin anatomy and physiology would reveal this is not true. By definition and tattoo industry standards, color is tattooed/implanted into the dermis of the skin. If pigment particles do not reach the dermis, they will disappear during the healing phase of the skin, during normal regeneration of cells at the epidermal level. Pigments do fade in the skin over time, but that does not make the process semi-permanent. It is impossible to predict how much pigment will fade away and how long it will take to do so with any measure of consistency or reliability.


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