As you can see from the image Ultra Fine Crisp strokes are placed into the skin to mimic the look of real hairs.
The tools used to create this look can be a traditional MicroBlade, a NanoBlade these are Non-electrical methods and rely on the pressure applied to the skin.
The alternative method is using an electric version where the needle is gently vibrated into the skin quite similar to a sewing machine motion. The needles are so crisp and fine these too give the look of ultra fine hairs.
When doing this method we aim to match the colour of the hairs that are present in the existing eyebrow, however we can use a lighter or darker colour to give a more subtle or dramatic look.
As you will see from this picture also there was old ink underneath where the client had previously been treated outside the UK.
Any treatment where pigments (inks) are implanted into the skin is a form of tattoo. Specific pigments deigned for the face are selected for all Micropigmentation treatments. The choice of how they are implanted depends on the skin type and style.
Electronic methods are often referred to as Semi Permanent Make-up, while the hand tool method is most commonly referred to as Microblading.