Brow Beauty
Orlando Magazine|February 2018

Microblading fills in the gaps of your eyebrows using natural feathery strokes.

SHEREEN TOFFETTI HAD long lamented her lack of eybrows.“They’re very faint, blond, and there aren’t a lot of them,” says the Orlando homemaker.

About 18 months ago, though, Toffetti discovered microblading—a procedure in which a technician who has been licensed as a tattoo artist applies hair-like strokes to the brow with a special tool. The results were eye-opening.

“They just looked so natural and so good!” Toffetti recalls. And time-saving, too. “I always struggled with the shape of my eyebrows because I penciled them in every day. Now I literally don’t touch them.”

Clients flocking to salons for microblading range from their 20s to their 90s, practitioners say, and their reasons include sparse brows, fair brows, gray brows, over-plucked brows, and brows left bald by chemotherapy or spotty by alopecia.

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