Utah Microblading

Male EyeBrow Microblading

The question came up after an eyebrow post by Utah Microblading. Can guys get their eyebrows done? Is it against some unwritten, testosterone spurred rule? Will you think less of a man if he got his eyebrows microbladed? Will he look like he has makeup on? If you spend any time on Instagram looking for examples of well done permanent makeup you are bound to come across some amazing work done on…yes, men!

It would be an inaccurate statement to say that men who want eyebrows are feminine or vain. After much research and surveying of our own male clients we have concluded that even men need eyebrow! Age, genetics, skin disorders etc can all play a role on human hair loss. This hair loss extends to eyebrows and men as well as women. Here are a few samples of male Microblading. You be the judge of its efficacy!

Male Eyebrows
Male eyebrow Restoration
Male eyebrow Microblading
Male eyebrow Microblading
Male Eyebrow Restoration

3 Reasons to Try Machine Stroke Brows


I love Microblading! I still think it's the best thing next to sliced bread and love doing it.  However, have you seen this?  Are you mesmerized but the beautiful way the hair strands weave a genuine brow pattern in this style of PMU? We call this Machine Brow and it's magical! This style is rapidly gaining in popularity in the world of Permanent Makeup and we are asking why?  Here are three reasons you might want to learn how to do this before you get left in the dust by other forward thinking professionals in the permanent makeup field:

  • No Scarring-this method is very "gentle". It is done by a machine equipped with a fine HD needle in the dermal layers of the skin and because there is no "cutting" like in Microblading the client can come in indefinitely and have touch ups without fear of scar tissue or skin damage. We've all now seen some cases with Microblading where skin does not "bounce" back and ridges are visible where the blade has scored the skin.

  • More Realistic-You can "connect" the lines with this method thus the final result is more artistic and realistic. This really is a "genuine" brow! In Microblading connecting or crossing the lines is a no-no thus it can be a less realistic look.

  • Less Frequent Touch Ups- this is not only a savings for your client but as mentioned in point one, it is better for your client's skin to allow more time to go by between appointments.

Are you excited yet?  Come, give it a try.  Dora Hollos will be in Salt Lake City, Utah on September 28-29 teaching this amazing technique for an unbeatable price.  You can see the details on the class here

You Are a Perfect Candidate If...

Depending on the drawing technique miroblading creates an individual look for each eyebrow. So called 3D eyebrows do not appear as a tattoo. The technique has its origin in Asia and is gaining popularity worldwide.

This method is ideal for anyone wanting to enhance the look of their eyebrows. The results are natural looking, hair-like strokes, regardless of the amount of hair present. People suffering from alopecia or any other condition that causes hair loss benefit greatly from Microblading, as well as people who simply aren’t happy with their eyebrows.  If you have over-plucked your brows, have a scar running through your brow that causes a bald spot or have a shape of a brow that makes your eyes/face appear sad, angry, permanently surprised  etc. then you are a perfect candidate for this semi-permanent procedure!

How Is Microblading different From Permanent Cosmetics?

Microblading (or eyebrow embroidery) is a relatively new, manual method. It is considered to be semi-permanent like the hairstroke technique done by machine. It is done using a very fine blade to deposit pigments into the epidermis. Because the color is closer to the surface, the strokes appear crisp and very fine. There is no “spilling” under the skin if all conditions are met. Some things to consider are: dry skin, oily skin, visible capillaries, medication etc. Not all skin is suitable for Microblading. After three years it is recommended that you switch to machine method as it is less traumatic to the skin.

The difference to ordinary permanent make-up is that Microblading is not done by a machine. The pigments are manually placed into the skin. As with the handle of the machine the Microblading manual pen is equipped with sterile packaged blades (“slope” style, in U-shape or curvy.). The blade glides with gentle pressure over the skin and causes a fine cut. The cut is as fine as a paper-cut and you can hardly distinguish it from real hair. The important difference between the machine hair stroke method and the manual Microblading method is pressure.

Scalp Micropigmenation

There is a new trend that is super exciting...well, it's not so new its just a million times better than what was available to us in the past.  Scalp pigmentation or trico-pigmentation as it is sometimes known is a fantastic solution for men and women alike.  Male pattern baldness or early hair loss can be a very traumatic experience. Many men choose to shave their remaining hair or utilize different sprays to create the illusion of hair thickness.  This is not only very costly but is incredibly time consuming. It can also be embarrassing as most scalp sprays will wash off in the rain or by sweating. Forget swimming when you have thinning hair and would like to hide it, there is not way around it...or is there? 

We'd like to say that now there is no reason to avoid swimming, dancing, even windy weather because we can create the illusion of a full scalp by adding hair follicles in the form of a micro pigmented dots in a natural pattern and matching your hair color! 

Women who find their hair thinning after pregnancy or because of thyroid conditions love this procedure.  Balding men who begin to look older than their age love this procedure.  People with prominent scarring on their scalp love this procedure. Come have a consultation and see for yourself what all the buzz is about!

 Here at Utah Microblading we bring expertise acquired after extensive training with ScalpMicroUSA.com one of the leading companies based in New York City.



Crazy New Trend or Here To Stay?

The beauty world is abuzz with a new word, MICROBLADING! And we are in love.  How could Asia and Europe be apprise of such a great feat in permanent cosmetics when here in the US we a lagging behind, but no more. With the influx of Eastern European Microblading Academies we are now well on our way to utilizing this great semi-permanent cosmetic technique.  

Microblading is a pulling or swiping motion with a curved needle. This results in a fine line or scoring of the skin into which color is delivered by multiple needles on a slight curve.  No tapping. We’ve learned to use microblading not only for fine, natural hair-strokes that don’t blur or spread but to use many hand-tool needles, in addition to the curved ones, in a microblading stroke or to correct wrong color of old tattoos.

Microblading can be a life changing event.  Put the finest hairs back into your eyebrows to provide the finest definition and dimension possible. We can control the shape and symmetry of the brows better than ever before. Truly the most natural way to do eyebrow hair-strokes, you'll need to receive microblading from experienced professionals.