In today’s world, beauty is all about the face, and the eyebrows are the most significant element of the face. Beautifully sculpted brows give your eyes a framing, and thick natural brows may make you look years younger.

However, not everyone is blessed with flawless brows. If you have a hereditary predisposition to thin brows, you over-plucked them as a child, you have alopecia, you’re recovering from cancer treatment, you have sparse regions, or you don’t like the form, semi-permanent makeup may be an excellent option to improve your most prominent facial feature.

Semi-Permanent Makeup

Semi-permanent makeup is a developing beauty trend that is now available to everyone. Semi-permanent makeup is cosmetic tattooing that involves depositing pigment into a superficial layer of the skin. The tint fades over time (months to years) and reapplied regularly. Eyebrows, eyelids, and lips can all benefit from semi-permanent makeup.

Why Microblading Is A Bad Idea

Why Microblading is a bad idea?

Beauticians promote microblading as the semi-permanent makeup solution for flawless brows, but it is a method that may produce terrible results. The main (and most frightening) issue with microblading is that the treatment involves cutting the skin to inject the pigment. When your skin is cut, you run the danger of infection and scar formation.

Because microblading only lasts a few months, you will need more and more touch-ups for the rest of your life. As you may expect, repetitive skin cutting causes lasting damage and may even destroy your current hair follicles. There is no way to restore your skin after being harmed in this way. For the rest of your life, you will have to live with a scarred face.

You are also at the mercy of your technician because microblading is a manual technique. If you are unlucky enough to pick an unskilled individual, the outcomes might be disastrous. A quick internet search would reveal what occurs when microblading goes drastically wrong. Even when performed by the most skilled experts, microblading will eventually result in permanent scarring.


Aftercare Tips for Microblading

It is imperative to look after your brows during the first few days post microblading.

  • Avoid getting your brows moist or sweaty.
  • Makeup should be avoided. If there is any pain, the brows should be gently cleansed with an alcoholic wipe. Even if irritation is to be expected, never massage the treated area.
  • Touch-ups are required after the first twelve weeks to guarantee that it lasts longer.

In short, for the first few days, you can gently cleanse the brows or apply grape seed oil.

If you’re seeking for a semi-permanent specialist in Karachi, Amina Hyatt Lak should be your first pick. Her goal in starting BrowBar was to empower her clientele, and she is succeeding in that endeavor. Despite having a packed schedule, Lak always takes time to answer queries and please her clients. So, without further ado, schedule your consultation now.


Amina Hyatt Lak, an internationally certified Semi Permanent Make Up Artist, founded after completing her courses from Dubai, UAE. Lak has learned one universal rule from her clients: women want to look fresh, flawless and beautiful. It’s this principle that drives a signature style that is feminine and natural.

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