Microblading is a form of semi-permanent makeup that uses a small blade to insert pigment beneath your skin, like a tattoo, to give well-defined yet natural-looking eyebrows.
Microblading in Champaign, IL
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Microblading is a manual method that uses an extremely thin, precise blade to draw crisp, hair-like strokes of pigment in the brow area.
This creates a fuller, thicker, and more symmetrical set of eyebrows without the daily hassle of filling, shaping, and more.
No. of Treatments Needed
18 to 30 months
What it Treats
Thin, Sparse, or Nonexistent Eyebrows
Whatever reason you have for being unhappy with your eyebrows, microblading is a potential solution for stronger shapes.
Why Do People Get Microblading?
- In the world of post-early-2000s eyebrows, a lot of us spend time every day filling in the parts of our eyebrows that never grew back after all of that aggressive plucking.
- Microblading gives a lasting, natural-looking solution for sparse or thin brows that don’t frame your face the way you’d like them to.
- With a very fine manual pen, we recreate, correct, and improve the appearance of your natural eyebrow with crisp, thin hair-like strokes of pigment.
About Hada Cosmetic Medicine
At Hada Cosmetic Medicine we strive to offer not only the most advanced treatments and services but to educate our clients on optimal skin health. Our staff is dedicated to helping patients restore and maintain a healthy body and youthful skin.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions about microblading in Champaign, IL
Results from microblading can last anywhere from 18 to 30 months for some clients, depending on skin type, lifestyle, and other factors.
How much microblading costs in Champaign, IL depends upon several factors. You always want to do research on any provider’s history of microblading treatments to make sure they meet your standards.
When it is done correctly, there are no long-term side effects on your natural hair growth from microblading. If you go to a technician who isn’t qualified, you could risk infection or the spread of viruses from equipment that hasn’t been properly sterilized.