What makes up a Microblade?

So this is something that you may have learnt in your intro to Microblading course, or maybe not? ⁠
Depends how much theory your course offered. ⁠ ⁠

But you know what... Don't worry about it- I got you!⁠ ⁠

Lets cover Blade anatomy today 💀⁠ ⁠

If you hold up a Microblade to a bright light or an eyeloop- you can see that it is not a single blade like a scalpel.⁠ ⁠ The blade is made up of small pins in a row.  And liked we talked about in the very first feature video- the amount of pins in the blade make up for the name of the blade⁠ 12 pins- 12 blade, 14 pins- 14 blade and so on...⁠ ⁠

Ok so we got the pins.
But what do they do?
How do they work?⁠ ⁠

The pins deposit the pigment!
⁠ This is why it is drilled in to your head that you have to hold all the pins to the skin as you make each stroke. ⁠ Because as each pin is pulled through your clients skin one at a time- they are slowly and evenly depositing the pigment.⁠ ⁠

3 Keys to a perfect Stroke:⁠
All pins on the skin at once, slow, even paced strokes!⁠ ⁠

You know that Velcro like sound that we get with each stroke (when we are hitting the "sweet spot") ⁠ ⁠
C'mon, you know the sound- the one we tell our clients to prep for? ⁠ ⁠ Well that's the sound of each pin pulling through the skin, depositing pigment⁠ ⁠ Thats why I love that sound soo much (unlike most clients) because it means I'm getting a clean perfectly even stroke each time I hear it! 

If you have more questions about Microblade Anatomy or any BrowTab products, feel free to reach out.

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