It is generally not a painful procedure, but some people have negative reactions to materials involved. If you experience any burning, pain or discomfort, let the professional know immediately. Your technician should be trained in dealing with this potential issue.
You can, but the brush could potentially pull on your lashes and cause them to be damaged, loosened, or removed. Additionally, you should avoid waterproof mascara and should only apply mascara at the tips of lashes. Plus, you may find you don’t need any at all once you’ve got these!
Semi-permanent makeup, microblading, eye embroidery, micro pigmentation, 3D eyebrows: these are all the same things. Microblading is really not that confusing as long as you get the right information. Microblading is a techniqe in tattooing where little cuts are made and color is implanted. These cuts are not as deep as traditional tattoos therefor they usually do not last as long. It is also very important that you understand that there are two types of permanent makeup pigments:
1. Permanent makeup pigments designed for permanent makeup
2. Traditional body art (tattoo) pigments
Make sure you ask your microblading artist what type of pigment they use. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER let anyone use traditional tattoo pigments on your face. Regardless of price, don't do it!
Using your phone might sound like an interesting idea to keep away boredom during your nail salon procedures. However many often, it takes your attention away from the procedure leading to results, sometimes leading to results that you wouldn’t like. Therefore it is safe to pay attention to the procedure than your phone.