Those seeking fuller brows are likely familiar with , the semi-permanent tattoo technique used to create the illusion of more lush, natural-looking brows. But unlike microblading, in which strokes are tattooed along the browline to mimic the look of hairs, microshading may be even more discreet—although the process is nearly identical.
Microshading does not appear as individual hairs, but more closely to penciling or powdering your brows. Microshading gives a more airbrushed look. Your brows will appear bold after the appointment but the color will soften around 30% over 14 days. It can last up to 1 and a half years.
Microshading lasts anywhere from 1 year to a year and a half.
Continue to clean up unruly hair by tweezing or threading, but no waxing. Waxing can remove the skin cells, therefor, making the color fade faster. Using SPF can help make the microshading last longer, but don't use any harsh exfoliants.