Microblading is a permanent cosmetic tattooing technique used to enhance the appearance of eyebrows. It involves manually depositing pigment into the upper layers of the skin using a fine blade to create hair-like strokes. This technique is often used to fill in gaps, define, or reconstruct eyebrows for a more natural and full look.
Powder or ombré brows are another type of permanent eyebrow tattooing technique. Unlike microblading, which creates individual hair-like strokes, powder or ombré brows involve shading the entire brow area with a gradual color transition. The result is a soft, powdered effect that resembles the look of well-defined, filled-in eyebrows. This technique is often chosen by those who prefer a more defined and makeup-like appearance for their brows.