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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

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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