If you’re a novice to the permanent makeup game, then you might not know exactly why microblading is not the same as eyebrow tattooing. While microblading is technically a type of tattooing, there’s quite a few differences between the two.
If you’ve ever been to a tattoo shop, then you know there are a variety of ink colors to choose from, from white ink to fluorescent ink.
Like tattoo parlors, microblading studios also have a range of pigments to choose from, though the decision process is a bit more complicated. But, don’t worry. Eye Design has created a super simple pigment color chart based on the Fitzpatrick Scale to help you figure out which one of our newest mineral-based pigments is the best color for your skin tone/hair color.
Eye Design NY has recently released a new line of microblading aftercare products specially made for clients who want thicker, healthier brows.
As you know, microblading aftercare is an important part of the healing process, and only the best studios offer effective, high-end products. Even if the procedure went flawlessly, the result of the procedure is ultimately up to the client and their aftercare routine, which is where our formula comes in.
As a part of our newest product line, Eye Design NY has created a new Foaming Facial Cleanser designed specifically for clients with eyelash extensions and permanent makeup.
Our Foaming Facial Cleanser is an American-made cleanser made with Vitamins A, B, C, and E, in addition to Zinc, Potassium and Calcium, all of which are essential for healthy, refreshed skin and long lashes.
Artificial Microblading skin is ideal for beginners and advanced microblading artists.
Eye Design New York developed special microblading artificial skin which makes microblading training easier. We believe that if you consistently practice everyday, you will gain experience quicker while improving your technique.