As beard is the accessory of men, eyebrow is the accessory of women. But plucking too much or some skin problems might cause gaps in the eyebrow. There are different methods to shape eyebrow. Microblading and eyebrow transplant are the two common methods to reshape the eyebrow.
These two technique have differences. While microblading is a temporary solution, transplant is a permanent solution. Let’s see how these methods are applied and differences between them.
What Is Microblading?
Microblading is a type of tattoo. In this procedure, a small device is used for creating eyebrow look. This application uses semi-permanent colouring pigments. Since these colouring pigments are semi-permanent, microblading is not permanent.
Women or men who have microblading must repeat this process once in every six months. Otherwise, pigmenting colours will fade. This will cause eyebrow to turn to its normal form. Microblading is generally used for shaping the eyebrow.
What Is Eyebrow Transplant?
Eyebrow transplant is permanent surgical operation to transplant hair roots to eyebrow region. This surgical operation is similar to hair transplants. Patients will enjoy permanent eyebrows after this operation. During this operation, hair roots are collected from the back of the head. In some cases, hair for this operation can be collected from the back of the ear.
Eyebrow Transplant vs. Microblading
If you want a permanent solution for your eyebrow, then you must choose eyebrow transplant. But you might be afraid of the operation. Or you might want to know how your new eyebrow will look. In this case, microblading can be a good option. You can try microblading for 1 year. If you are satisfied, you can have the transplant for permanent results. If you don’t like how you look, microblading will face in one year. Both applications will help achieving more defined and fuller eyebrows.