Microblading

Microblading

Also known as “realistic threads” or “realistic thread”, it consists of drawing threads on the skin that imitate the natural threads of the eyebrows. The procedure is done using an instrument called a Tebori. Tebori is used as a manual pigment inducer without the need for electricity. Through it, a small blade is used, which allows greater precision to draw the threads - unlike micropigmentation, which uses a needle and depends on electrical energy.