What is the difference between Microshading and Microblading?
Most people have heard of Microblading before. It’s the process of tattooing very fine lines to mimic the look of natural brow hairs. It can be used to enhance sparse eyebrows or further boost the look of full brows. It is a semi-permanent treatment that should only be performed by a microblading artist using a high quality microblading pen. The pen allows the brow artist to insert pigment into your brow area within the top layers of skin
Microshading is very similar to microblading, but gives more of a shadow or powdered effect. Where microblading will leave small natural looking hair strokes, shading will leave pinpoint dots that give a much softer look. Although the process is relatively similar, microshading results in better pigment retention for all skin types.
Both forms of treatment will allow you to get fuller eyebrows in any shape that you desire. Some people will choose to combine treatments to get the best of both methods.