How do I do Microblading with Softap?
Techniques and Styles in Permanent Makeup have been in constant evolution. Since I started with Permanent Makeup in 1994, I have seen many trends, but nothing comes close to what we now call Microblading.
Designing individual hair strokes with a natural effect
Softap is always at the forefront of the most natural techniques and applications for permanent makeup. That is why they designed the GenuLine technique, to perform Microblading.
The tips designed for this effect are very fine and deposit the pigment evenly to obtain very well-defined hairs
This is an accurate method
The Softap needles are flexible enough not to hurt the skin and, at the same time, strong enough to deposit the pigment with a long-lasting effect
Various sizes of needles to use depending on the size of the eyebrows
100% disposable and pre-sterilized
This technique focuses on the design of individual hairs, which has the potential to create natural and beautiful-looking eyebrows. Microblading allows us to design and trace the hairs in an easy way, simulating the direction of natural hair. When I do individual hair strokes using the Microblading technique, I keep in mind the needles I need to use, the eyebrow design, and the right color. This combination guarantees me that I will have the best possible result.
THE NEEDLES I USE FOR MICROBLADING:
Since the hairs of the eyebrows have several sizes and diameters, for me it is important to have different needles at hand. Softap needles for Microblading are:
The method is gentle enough that the reticular and papillary layers of the dermis are not traumatized, generating less bleeding. Remember that blood washes away any color and brings immune cells that engulf and eliminate the pigment from the skin.
6 extra fine needles, 13 nanoneedles, and 17 nanoneedles to make smaller and thinner hairs.
6 regular needles for small and thicker hairs.
16 extra fine needles for thin-medium hairs, and
14 curved needles for longer and thicker hairs. The perfect combination to achieve the most natural effect in permanent makeup.
How I design eyebrows with the Microblading technique:
The main characteristic of this effect is that it looks natural. For people who do not have hairs on their eyebrows
I use the microblading technique with 6 tips to make the individual hairs, and then I do a soft shading with 14 curved needles with the Softap technique to give greater volume and definition to her eyebrows.
When my client has little hair in the tail of her eyebrows and wants to lengthen them, I take into account the direction of the hairs, designing them towards the side or slightly upwards, to give greater expression to her face.
When she simply wants to fill her eyebrows to give greater volume, I follow the natural direction of her hair, doing an exact mimic to achieve greater naturalness.
For skin type 1 people with green eyes, light skin, reddish hair, and eyebrows use a warm color like Caramel, Milk Chocolate, Bordeaux including in some cases Cocoa or Copper. If she is skin type 2 with blue eyes, blond hair, blond eyebrows, and light skin, I use neutral colors like Bashful Blonde, Hazelnut, Fawn, or cold colors like Champagne or Mink.
For people with skin type 3, with honey or light brown eyes, light skin, dark blond hair, and eyebrows, I use Fawn, Cappuccino, or Brown Sugar. For skin type 4 people, with dark skin, brown eyes, hair, and dark brown eyebrows I usually use Earth blended with Chocolate Eclair or Expresso blended with Chocolate Eclair. For people with skin types 5 and 6 with darker skin, black eyes, hair, and black eyebrows I usually use Mahogany.
Genuline, the best needles for Microblading
I hope that what I do, inspires you for your next Procedure!
Dr. Sandra Cardona