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Is Microfeathering the new Microblading?
If you have bushy brows, this procedure is right up your ally.
When it comes to eyebrows, people are constantly searching for new ways to groom them to perfection. One of the latest trends you may be familiar with is microblading. Recently, people have been obsessed with this brow procedure, which you’ve probably seen pop on your newsfeeds constantly. However, there's a new brow technique on the rise to help keep your brows on point.
According to Allure, microfeathering is one of the latest brow techniques on the market. While the name may sound similar to microblading, the technique focuses on a different area of the eyebrow. As Allure notes, microfeathering is meant for people who already have naturally full brows. Unlike microblading, which leaves a semi-permanent tattoo across your entire brows, microfeathering only focuses on sparse areas of the brow.
The new trend, popularized by brow expert Kristie Streicher of STRIIIKE in Beverly Hills, California, uses a blade and ink to mimic the appearance of natural hair. "Microfeathering is typically used on areas of the brow that are surrounded with natural hair. Gaps and sparsely covered areas can be filled in, resulting in the most natural look possible,” Streicher told Allure.
According to Allure’s story, the procedure can last up to a year, and it typically involves two, 90-minute sessions to complete. As for the cost, this brow treatment will set you back a whopping $1,000. While the treatment does seem a bit costly, we cannot deny that the results look incredibly natural.
So if you’re looking to take your full brows to another level (and happen to have $1,000 lying around), you may want to give this luxe procedure a try.