Updated: Sep 18, 2019
A very commonly asked question by ladies is this - is the microblading session going to be painful?
Microblading is defined as a form of semi-permanent tattoo artistry where pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual handheld tool instead of a machine. The eyebrow artist will draw hair-like strokes with the tool to mimic natural hairs in your brows.
You can see the before and after process here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B2BxoHNnImB/
Your Fears Are Natural
Every single day, I often receive enquiries on whether is this process painful.
Here are just some of the screenshots of the questions I get on whether is the process "painful".
Your fears are understandable.
While you wish to get rid of the hassles of drawing your eyebrows daily, you are also slightly feeling queasy on the microblading process itself.
I find that the best way to overcome any fear - is to understand the process.
The Microblading Process
The entire process is actually quite simple and encompasses only these 5 steps.
Step 1: Consult on the different brow services suitable for you
Step 2: Select the colors & shape
Step 3: Design brow according to golden ratio of your face
Step 4: Apply numbing cream
Step 5: Sit back & relax
The actual process is broken into 3 stages as seen below here:
Instead of me reassuring you that microblading is not painful, let me share with you the actual words used by our first-time customers.
We asked the following first-time clients to share their post-microblading thoughts and feelings.
This was the question:
“Thank you for using Jo Artysan services! So how was the microblading session?”
Here are the responses:
As you can see, these are the customer’s actual words immediately after the session. We acknowledge that pain is relative - different people have different threshold.
However, we will do our best to make sure you are comfortable. The process is painless as you can see from 90% of the responses.
Ready to get started and wake up with beautiful brows every single morning? Our eyebrows are designed to last for at least 1-2 years.
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