What Tools Are Used For Microblading?

What Tools Are Used For Microblading?

Microblading has been around for decades but only recently began gaining popularity worldwide. This process uses tiny needles to tattoo hair-like strokes on the eyebrows. The process is affordable and can give you the eyebrow shape and size you’ve always wanted. Microblading is done in a sterile environment. Before the procedure, the technician disinfects the area to be tattooed. Microblading tools used are designed for one-time use, which minimizes the possibility of infection.

Brow pencils:

These microblading pens are simple but effective. The pens are easy to use and are very effective in defining the eyebrows. The microblading pens contain four precision-tipped needles that mimic hair growth. The application is smooth and lasts for 24 hours. This microblading pen contains vitamins B & E, aloe extract, and marula oil.

Skin markers:

Several skin markers are available on the market. The best known is the surgical skin marker. These are used for tattooing, microblading, and permanent make-up. They are sterile, non-toxic, and come in various tip sizes. They also offer a high level of visibility, making them ideal for most microblading applications.

The medical skin marker pen is a 0.7mm tungsten steel-tipped rollerball pen that is ideal for microblading. It leaves fine micropoints on the skin, and the ink does not fade easily. The pen is a good choice for microblading because it is designed specifically for this procedure.

Flexibles:

Flexibles are disposable, surgical-grade stainless steel blades used in microblading. They have a thin, flexible design for a natural hair-stroke look. They’re used by both novice and experienced artists and are ideal for sensitive areas. The blades are made with 316 stainless steel to prevent contamination and are sterilized and individually packaged.

Digital permanent makeup machines:

A digital permanent makeup machine is an excellent option for many permanent makeup procedures. These machines offer high performance, a sleek exterior, and a stable control panel. They also have an adjustable needle length and are very user-friendly. These machines are available in various models, including a rechargeable wireless model.

One of the benefits of digital machines is that they can create a variety of styles. These machines are great for all skin types and can be used for various PMU treatments, including microblading. However, microblading might not be the right choice if your clients have oily skin.