Microblading is more than a cosmetic procedure... It's an art form!
Microblading involves the poking of needles at the end of a pen-like tool to create mini cuts into the skin, nothing deep of course. The cuts are just deep enough so that the pigmentation found at the end of the needles on the epidermis layer.
The pigment strokes will look like hair on the eyebrow, giving it a realistic, full look.
Much like architecture, permanent makeup artists must figure out and shape the eyebrows in a way that matches the face shape of the client.