The trend in eyebrows is lifelike impression.
It is worth learning several techniques.
When designing eyebrows, we have to take into consideration several factors.
– growth direction of the client’s eyebrow strokes
– good directions in accordance with the characteristis of the face
– thickness of hairstrokes
– de natural density of hairstrokes
– the color of client’s eyebrows and the desired hue
– width of the arch of the client’s eyebrows
– characteristis of the skin
– It is necessary to study the traditional beauty culture of our clients
– The social culture and the socialization of the client characterise their beauty culture
Good eyebrows bring to life and construct the original eyebrows after a careful measurement of the natural facial proportions.
The best choice among the techniques at our disposal is the one which helps us create the maximum beauty by building or creating Natural Beauty.
Microblading can be the right choice
– if we create Oriental Eyebrows
– we look for the best solution for clients who belong to Fitzpatrik 4-5
– the deep layer of the skin is dehydrated
– if the skin is too elastic
Machine technique is a more fortunate choice
– if the skin of the client is more oily, as opposed to this, stroking is needed if for example there is asymmetry
– the tissue is thick on the eyebrow bones
-the client has mild rosacea
Calculable Color Harmony
The texture of the skin and the biological factors have a major impact on the result.
The right choice can be justified by the aesthetic success of the healed works.
To achieve the best color harmony with pigmented strokes one should take into account:
– the strokes have a rather cold hue.
– basically, the skin types of the eyebrows are similar to the T line. That’s why in some cases it is more difficult to create an ideal shade.
To avoid the grey tone you should choose pigments with inorganic, stabilised molecule construction.
It is worth choosing pigments one or two tones more copperlike than the desired tone.
If the client belongs to the third or fourth generation of pmu, we have to count with the remaining pigments of the earlier tattoos.
The earlier pigment layers may fill the intercellular space, the upper layers in the dermis and epidermis, so there is no space left for the next layers.
Even with pigments injected into the ideal depth, the possible consequenses after healing are the not desired 3D effect (with embossed, thick, migrated pigment layers) or the pigmentation fading too early.
The old pigmentations should be finely erased (once) with Q Switch Nd:Yag laser or fine enzymes so the result of the next pigmentation may be more durable.
In case of improving tattoos with deep, blue tones, the removal is absolutely necessary without any compromise.