Microblading creates natural-looking results
Microblading looks more natural than tattoos because it uses a special pen to place extremely tiny dots of pigment to create an extremely realistic illusion that is rarely noticed. Tattoo strokes, on the other hand, tend to be thicker and darker, thus resulting in a more “drawn on” appearance.
Microblading is semi-permanent, while tattoos are permanent Microblading only touches the top layer of the skin. The color will fade after 18 months whereas tattoos last a great deal longer.
Microblading uses pigments, not ink
Over time, pigments fade into a lighter shade of the original color. This allows microbladed eyebrows to fade out naturally. Tattoos use ink, which can change hue to blue or brown in addition to fading.