What is Microblading?
Microblading does not alter the natural brows at all. After microblading, they remain the same. The difference is the smudge-proof coloration under the skin, designed to mimic the appearance of hair. The result is a more flawless brow with a sharper, more striking outline.
Microblading procedures use an iron oxide pigment to color the skin. The pigment that your specialist uses will depend on your natural skin tone and eyebrows’ color. The results are semi-permanent, meaning that they will eventually fade with time – usually within twelve to eighteen months. Unlike other procedures, such as tattoos, microblading doesn’t implant the pigment deep into the skin. Instead, it only impregnates the upper dermis – a technique that produces a more natural-looking appearance.
Microblading is not an invasive technique, so recovery is rapid, and you can usually resume your regular activities immediately. El Paso Cosmetic Surgery recommends that patients avoid wetting the area for four to five days following treatment. We also suggest you return after four weeks for a touch-up session to assess the color and correct any anomalies in shape. Following the procedure, the pigment appears sharp, but it will naturally mellow as it absorbs further into your skin.
Average Cost of Microblading Treatments?
The cost of microblading varies by region. Data from across the US suggest that patients pay anywhere from $175 to $500 for treatment, with average prices of $400 to $500 range. Costs tend to be higher in wealthier cities and areas with the most exclusive salons.
The average price of microblading treatments falls somewhere between $400 and $500, depending on your location. In New York, for instance, treatments typically cost between $300 and $450. In Texas, prices range from $300 to $500, averaging around $350 per session. El Paso Cosmetic Surgery offers competitive rates on all microblading treatments.