Permanent Eyebrow is a process which is called Microblading. Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo executed with a blade made up of mini needles dipped in ink. The strokes are placed under the existing brow hairs 1-2 layers into the skin and enhance what you already have. The advantage of this technique is to spot-fill holes that may take place, color correct, and bring forward a brow shape. It lasts longer than eyebrow tinting but not as long as a permanent tattoo, giving you the option to allow it to fade out or to touch it back up over time. It can last from 6 months to over a year.
Microblading is a technique using a super-fine pen (technically, a bundle of 12 to 15 needles) to deposit pigment into skin. The tip is so fine, in fact, that it can create hair strokes that look legit. And the needles reach only into the superficial layers of the skin, which is what makes the method semi-permanent (versus permanent, like traditional cosmetic tattoos). Think of each stroke as a little paper-cut.It hurts, but your brow artist can numb the area first.Compared to other techniques, "microblading gives a very natural look and better simulates hair," says Dr.Dekid Palmo, brow expert who offers microblading services at LifeCare Hospital in Gorakhpur.
You'll need a touch-up in about a month. Then, microblading can last anywhere from 12 months to three years, depending on your lifestyle. A few ways to extend it: Stay out of the sun, since it can fade the pigment, and avoid putting exfoliants (like retinol and glycolic acid) near your brows, because they'll lift the top layers of your skin with continued use—and the color with it.