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Want to intensify your eyebrow line discreetly and naturally? We tell you all about Microblading, a new ultra-realistic pigmentation technique.

Microblading, what is it?

You thought only make-up could save your sparse eyebrows? Think again: the revolutionary microblading, a new cutting-edge technique that makes traditional micro-pigmentation outdated, can save your look.

A meticulous trompe-l'oeil that redefines the look thanks to a "hair to hair" method, the process has already won over many celebrities including Victoria Beckham, Rihanna, Jennifer Lawrence, the entire Kardashian-Jenner clan, and Lena Dunham, who proclaims at length in interviews how microblading has saved her eyebrows, refined by years of intensive waxing.

But by the way, what is microblading?

A manual pigmentation technique that is practiced using an ultra-thin blade, and allows you to redraw the hairs in a hyper realistic way, as explained by Amel Ghedifi, head of the Airnails institute:  

"Microblading is primarily intended for men and women in search of naturalness: we obtain stunning results, in 3D, which completely change the appearance of the look. The meticulous drawing with the blade makes it possible to create effects of volumes and ultra-fine hairs, unlike the technique of classic micro-pigmentation carried out with a dermograph machine, where the process is coarser and the hairs thicker".

At Airnails, one of the Parisian pioneers of this technique that is invading Instagram and beauty blogs, Microblading expert Viktoria Gero meticulously draws eyebrows that are larger than life. Patisane of a "tailor-made" approach, she fleshes out and intensifies the look according to the physiognomy and the desires of each one, and does not fail to repair the approximate micro-pigmentations of certain colleagues.

The advantage of microblading, besides its ultra-natural look? Its (long) duration, which allows us to say goodbye to bulking gels and other eyebrow pencils for months, even if regular maintenance is obviously necessary:

"It is a semi-permanent technique, continues Amel. It lasts from 6 to 18 months and draws lines of extreme finesse. To prevent the effect from fading, and so that the pigments retain all their intensity, it is advisable to do an annual touch-up"

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September 6, 2017.

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