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Micropigmentation or Microblading? Now you can make up your mind, we will tell you their differences

They are similar to each other because they are two techniques that are based on wearing semi and permanent eyebrow makeup. Now, although they seem the same, there are differences between microblading and micropigmentation treatments.

Micropigmentation or Microblading? Now you can make up your mind, we will tell you their differences

Eyebrow microblading and eyebrow micropigmentation are semi and permanent makeup techniques for the eyebrows. Every time they are women who remember these techniques to show off perfect eyebrows without the need for so much effort.

 
Semi permanent eyebrow makeup / Pexels

Micropigmentation is responsible for implanting pigments at a superficial level to give color and shape to different parts of the body, being the most common, in the case of women, the eyes, lips, eyebrows and chest.

In recent years, micropigmentation is increasingly being used as a regenerative process to camouflage imperfections such as scars, or to reduce or improve diseases that cause the loss of pigmentation in the skin.

Micropigmentation is considered a permanent makeup technique. Sometimes associated with the tattoo, it does not share the same characteristics.

 
Microblading and micropigmentation are a very successful aesthetic option / Pexels

Eyebrow microblading is a semi-permanent makeup that is performed with a small metal pen, similar to a scalpel, called a tabori. With it, micro-cuts are made in the skin where the pigments are deposited. This pen is three times finer than the needles used for micropigmentation and tattooing.

With the creation of the eyebrow hair by hair, microblading achieves very natural results. It is the newest technique. In general, its duration is one year or one and a half years.

Both microblading and micropigmentation are a very successful aesthetic option if your eyebrows look blurred, with little hair or with small bald spots and you do not want to be putting makeup on them every day to achieve the desired effect. It is also a solution to redefine the shape or volume and achieve more symmetry in the look.

Both the micropigmentation and microblading processes are not recommended and present contraindications for people who have diabetes, take anticoagulant drugs, allergies, with a history of keloids and pregnant women.

Arymel García

Editor of muii.in. Passionate about nutrition and healthy living, I have been a content creator for 8 years.+ info

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