Want Perfect Eyebrows? Try Microblading

Want Perfect Eyebrows? Try Microblading

Are you tired of watching as your eyebrows fade from full and well-defined to barely there after a full day at work, a trip to the gym, or a dip in the pool? If you’re ready for a semi-permanent way to fuller eyebrows, microblading is the solution you’ve been looking for. 

Led by Dr. Christopher Brooks, our aesthetic experts at Brooks Plastic Surgery in Hollywood, Florida, provide personalized cosmetic treatments, including microblading. If you’ve been on the hunt for perfect eyebrows, learn how one of the best-kept secrets in aesthetics can deliver long-lasting results and the brows of your dreams. 

Understanding microblading

Microblading is a revolutionary aesthetic treatment that adds semi-permanent pigment in your eyebrow area using a specialized tool. It’s not the same as eyebrow tattooing, which creates a permanent change. 

The microblading tool uses ultra-thin needles to add well-placed strokes of pigment that resemble your natural eyebrow hairs. When you get microblading from a trained and experienced professional in a sterile environment, the treatment is a safe and effective way to get fuller, more defined brows that last. 

Not everyone is a candidate for microblading. If you have eczema or rosacea, this treatment may not be right for you.

A look inside a microblading session

Before your microblading session begins, your brow specialist evaluates your bone structure as well as your natural eyebrow shape and degree of fullness. This ensures you get natural-looking results and accentuate your best features. 

Based on their evaluation and your goals, your Brooks Plastic Surgery provider then marks the placement of the microblade pigment on your skin. Using the specialized tool, your provider places individual strokes in the predetermined locations to give you fuller, better-defined brows that still look natural. 

While most patients don’t find the procedure painful, we apply a topical numbing cream to prevent any discomfort. When your treatment is finished, we provide you with detailed aftercare instructions. 

What you can expect after microblading

Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure, which means you can expect beautiful, well-defined brows that won’t smudge or bleed. While you’ll see a change immediately following your session, it can take several days for the area to heal and optimal results to become visible. 

The best part? Microblading results are long lasting. Patients keep their results for 1-3 years, depending on skin type and lifestyle factors, such as swimming in chlorinated pools. To keep your brows looking fresh, we may recommend touch-up appointments 1-2 times a year. 

You can help your microblading results last longer by keeping sun exposure to a minimum and using SPF 30 or higher sunscreen on your eyebrows every day. 

If you’re ready to throw away the eyebrow pencils for good, schedule a consultation at Brooks Plastic Surgery in Hollywood, Florida, to get started with microblading.

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