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!
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