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What is the difference between microblading and 3D microblading?

Updated: Jan 20

Microblading and 3D Microblading are terms often used interchangeably, but they generally refer to the same cosmetic procedure. Both involve using a manual handheld tool with fine needles to create hair-like strokes and implant pigment into the skin to enhance or reshape eyebrows. The goal is to achieve a more natural and fuller-looking brow. We actually own the trademark 3D Microblading™. Our trademarked technique adds depth and dimension to the brows through various shading methods. It's essential to discuss your specific preferences and expectations with the professional performing the procedure. At 3D Beauty Clinic we show you photos of pattern and technique options and go over the best options for your skin type and hair pattern. Everyone at our facility gets custom brows designed for their unique features.

How long does 3D microblading last?

The duration of 3D microblading results can vary from person to person. On average, our clients come in once a year for a color boost touch up. Factors such as individual skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare can influence how long the pigment retains its color and shape. Periodic touch-ups are often recommended to maintain the desired look and address any fading or changes over time. It's essential to follow the aftercare instructions provided by the microblading technician to optimize the longevity of the results.

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