Microblading is a treatment usually done with a hand tool that looks like a blade consisting of 10-12 tiny needles. The artist makes small incisions in your skin and fills them with pigment. The result is hair-like strokes that look very realistic, as your own brows. Your brows look very natural, dense and bushy.
Microshading stands for a semi-permanent makeup treatment that involves inserting specialized pigments under the skin in a gradient pattern, creating an airbrushed look. It is considered to be a gentler procedure than microblading. The technique it uses for achieving such misty brow results is made up using a tool with needles that creates a pin-like dots.
This procedure is perfect for anyone with over-plucked, sparse or light-colored eyebrows. It is also a great choice for those with sensitive and oily skin.
Eyebrow tinting is the process of applying semi-permanent dye to enhance, shape, and define your brows.
Brow Henna Tint
The main difference between a regular eyebrow tint and a henna brow is that in a regular eyebrow tint, the tint only colors the skin at the surface, which lasts for a period of a few days. However, the henna color can stay on the surface of the skin for approximately two weeks and the hairs up to six weeks.
Brow lamination "takes your unruly or thinning brow hair and smoothes it out while also lifting the hair in a more vertical direction.