If you're not acquainted with the technique, chances are you soon will be. Microblading is quickly become one of the most popular beauty treatments available thanks to its ability to provide definition and fullness where brows are naturally lacking and shave hours off your daily make-up routine.
While brow tools have improved endlessly in recent years, offering even better precision and pigment, they're no match for microblading in terms of time-saving and finesse
The actual technique of implanting pigment into fine incisions in the skin goes back thousands of years, but gained popularity for being used on eyebrows in Asia, with the feathering or embroidery trend. Later known as microblading, it's essentially tattooing but it involves using a specialised and more delicate manual hand tool.