microblading knife in hand

In this day and age, beauty is all about the face, and the most important part of the face are the eyebrows. Beautifully shaped eyebrows provide a frame for your eyes, and full natural eyebrows can even make you look years younger.

But not everyone is lucky enough to have perfect eyebrows. If you have a genetic disposition to thin eyebrows, you over-plucked them in your youth, you have alopecia, you’re recovering from cancer treatment, you have sparse areas or you simply don’t like the shape, you might be considering semi-permanent makeup as a way to enhance your most important facial feature.

Semi-Permanent Makeup

Semi-permanent makeup is the growing beauty trend we can all now access. Semi-permanent makeup is a cosmetic tattooing technique where the pigment is deposited into a shallow layer of the skin. The pigment fades over time (anywhere from months to years) and requires ongoing maintenance. Semi-permanent makeup can be applied to eyebrows, eyes and lips.


Microblading is promoted by beauticians as the semi-permanent makeup solution for perfect eyebrows, but it is a technique that can leave you with disastrous results. The primary (and scariest) problem with microblading is that the procedure cuts the skin in order to deposit the pigment. Any time your skin is cut there is a serious risk of infection and scar tissue.

As microblading never lasts more than a few months, you will require more and more touch-ups for the rest of your life. As you might imagine, this repeated cutting of the skin leaves you with permanent damage and may even kill your existing hair follicles. Once your skin suffers this kind of trauma, there is no way to repair it. You will have to live with a disfigured face for the rest of your life.

As microblading is a manual technique, you are also at the mercy of your technician. If you are unlucky enough to choose an inexperienced person, your results may be terrible. A simple image search on the internet can reveal what happens when microblading goes horribly wrong. But even when performed by the best technicians, microblading will eventually result in permanent scarring sooner or later.

The Alternative: Cosmetic Tattoo Machine using Nano Needle Treatment

There is, however, an alternative to microblading, which doesn’t involve cutting, slicing and scarring, which will give you those beautiful eyebrows you have always dreamed about. Although similar to microblading, the procedure and results are vastly superior – lasting longer (one to three years) and maintaining the integrity of the skin.

The process is called cosmetic tattooing performed with a digital machine that uses nano-needle technology to gently implant micro-dots of pigment into the delicate eyebrow skin. The needle penetrates and exits the skin very rapidly while implanting tiny micro-dots of pigment, resulting in natural looking, balanced eyebrows custom made for your face. In the hands of an experienced technician, the risk of infection and scarring is minimal, the strokes are uniformly distributed mimicking the most natural hair like strokes, the color is perfectly matched to your skin and hair, and the results last 12x as long!

If you want to have beautiful, natural looking, healthy eyebrows like beauty professionals and movie stars, reject the invasive, damaging microblading technique in favour of this advance machine performed micropigmentation which will give you superior results and gorgeous eyebrows you can be proud of. 

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Posted on Behalf of Sara Justice, Cosmetic Tattoo Artist

110 E Andrews Dr NW Suite 207
Atlanta, GA 30305

Phone: (678) 628-7723