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What Is Microblading?

What Is Microblading?

So, what exactly is Microblading?

Microblading is a manual, semi-permanent method. Also referred to as embroidery, 3D brows, microstroking or brow resurrection, it yields natural, crisp strokes that resemble hair. It is done by hand, using a very fine blade to deposit a small amount of ink into the skin.  Manually done, microblading looks like hair. It is considered semi-permanent because it can lasts 8 to 12 month on some people. Less invasive than the permanent method, it rivals the look of real eyebrows.All the pigment is impacted into the epidermal layer of the skin – the one that naturally renews itself on a regular basis. Because we’re introducing pigment so close to the surface of the skin, we’re able to emulate the look of real hair. Unfortunately, for the same reason, these are considered to be semi-permanent. Don’t let the terminology deter you  – that doesn’t mean they’ll only last a little while. They will last for as long as they’re being maintained.
Regular touch ups are recommended to keep the strokes crisp and fresh. Healthy skin, without any underlying pathological factors usually requires a top up every six to eight months. This, of course varies greatly from individual to individual.

NEW MICROBLADING € 275  – Including touch after 4 weeks but with-in 6.


Correctional work may be more. If old tattooing is too dark it may not be possible to mircoblade over the top of them ! If it is possible then you may require extra touch ups. We will need to see photos before we can make you an appointment.

It is not possible to do Mircoblaing if you are on antibiotics and  medication or if you are on your menstrual cycle.

If it is your first time using Paula Lazate  for your eyebrows,you will be charged for new microblading regardless of if you already have existing microblading from somewhere else!