Microblading vs. Microshading?
Microblading and Microshading are both forms of Permanent Makeup performed by implanting pigment into the skin.
These two techniques result in a difference in your finished look.
Microblading results in fine 'strokes' implanted using a manual tool. Well known for a "natural" appearance, these strokes often are very shallow with an average wear of about one year.
Microshading is performed with a digital pen, which allows for brows to be created with a wide range of shading options, with an average wear time about 2 years.
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