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Are you stuck between Microblading and Microshading for your brows? If so, you’re not alone! Nowadays, people are turning to beauty touch-ups to get the perfect look and avoid spending long hours filling in their brows every day.

Microblading and Microshading are two popular techniques that can help you achieve this goal. But what are they and which one is right for you?

Microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing technique that involves a sterile and tiny handheld blade and pigment. It creates a very natural finish, with each hair-like stroke identical to the existing brow shade and pattern. If you want a natural and blended look, this is the route for you.

However, it is the least permanent makeup tattoo and requires more touch-ups regularly. It is best suited for those with normal to dry skin and those with sparse or thin brows.

Microshading, on the other hand, is a great option for those with oily skin as the pigment goes deeper into the skin, making it more resistant to fading. It is also a less expensive option compared to Microblading.

Both techniques have their own pros and cons, so it’s important to consider your skin type and desired look before deciding which one to choose.