Microblade Tools that Give You That Look You're Going For

Emily LaCroix

Many people swear by microblading as one of the best things to do for your brows. And we’re not surprised! With the rise in popularity of microblading in the United States, we learn more about the benefits of getting this cosmetic procedure done.

However, along with the benefits of microblading, there are risks too. If you’ve always wanted your eyebrows to have that microbladed look without the cost or pain of the microblading procedure, then this article is for you! There are ways to get that freshly microbladed look without the cost, risk, or pain of the procedure.

Want to know more? Let’s talk about some of the microblading tools that you can use to give you the perfect brow look and how to use them.

Benefits of Microblading Tools 

Why would you want to use microblading tools when the procedure makes having the perfect brow look so easy?

Great question! And the truth is, microblading is a great option. It lets you wake up with fresh eyebrows that are already done and saves you tons of time and money investing in brows that you’ll just wash off at the end of the day. Many people with shaky hands or poor eyesight also rely on semi-permanent makeup to help them get ready and stay ready. Especially if you have naturally thin eyebrows, this can save you tons of time in the morning.

However, the procedure isn’t for everyone. There are risks, pain, and cost involved that can make it unattainable or undesirable for some people. That’s where microblading tools come in handy. They give you the same look as microbladed brows without any of the risks.

And if you’re simply too freaked out by tattooing to invest in the cosmetic procedure, don’t worry! Here are some of the benefits of using a microblading tool in place of the microblading procedure.

Saves you Money

It’s no secret that the microblading procedure is expensive. In fact, that’s one of the biggest obstacles that stands in the way of people doing it. The expense can be worth it, especially if you invest a lot of money into eyebrow care products, as the procedure can save you money in the long run. However, even with these savings, it isn’t always ideal to cough up a large sum of money all at once.

The average cost of microblading ranges from $400 to $1,000 but can reach a whopping $1,500 if you see a highly recommended premium provider. There are a few instances where you may be eligible for health insurance coverage for microblading. If you have a health condition that’s caused you to lose your hair, you may qualify for partial or total coverage of permanent makeup.

While you may be willing to toss a few twenties to supply your makeup bag with microblading tools, it’s another thing entirely to toss out a whole grand to get the same look. If you can, more power to you. If you’d rather spend that money on other things—TatBrow’s got you covered.

No Pain 

Now, getting your eyebrows microbladed is not quite the same as getting a tattoo. Tattoos are known for being painful. They can range on the side of “wow, this is uncomfortable” to a “someone, please call my mom, I’m going to pass out” kind of pain. Whatever your experience with tattoos, microblading is a bit different.

First, your esthetician puts numbing gel on the area around your eyebrows to help relieve some of the pain. Just like a medical procedure, this numbing gel will help you hurt a whole lot less. The microblading procedure also doesn’t go as deep as a tattoo would. It’s likely that all you’ll feel during the procedure is some scratching on your face.

However, if you’re squeamish around needles or faint at the thought of pain-inflicting needles going anywhere near your eyes, you’re not alone. Using microblading tools gives you the same look—without worrying about needles near your face.

Not Permanent 

One of the most important questions to ask yourself before you get the microblading procedure done is, “Do I want this on my face forever?” Okay, well, the finished product doesn’t actually last forever. But it is a semi-permanent procedure that lasts at least a year and a half. Similar to a tattoo, the microblading procedure is a tattoo that will fade after a few years.

It’s tough to determine just how long your brows will last once microbladed. Various factors play a role in the lifespan of your brows, such as how often you wash your face, what type of skin you have, and what products you use on your face. Because it’s difficult to say when they’ll fade, it’s vital to understand those microbladed brows could be there for a while.

You won’t be able to wake up the next morning and wash it off if you aren’t happy with the finished product. So, if you aren’t absolutely sure you’re going to love it for a long time, it may be best to use a microblading tool instead to get the same look without the commitment.

Very Few Health Risks 

As with any tattooing procedure, there are some health risks involved. Everyone’s body is different, so some may have a negative reaction to foreign ink particles or have an allergy to a color or type of ink used in the process.

In addition, all tattoos are considered to be open and exposed areas of skin. This means your skin will be exposed to any elements or germs in the vicinity until the area heals. If you ride public transportation or happen to walk through an area where there are particles that could infect the area, you risk infection. Of course, this is no different than the tattoo process, but it’s still something to consider.

Permanent makeup like microblading can also interfere with MRI scan results, according to the FDA. The tattoos may get in the way of the scanner and affect the quality of brain images.

While complications are rare, it’s always important to weigh the risks. If you have a preexisting health condition or have any concerns about your health, be sure to talk to your doctor or esthetician about options and to learn more about how the procedure may affect you.

Microblading Tools to Try

There are a lot of risks involved with microblading. You might not like the end result. They may be too sharp or too dark. And your skin could have a reaction to the ink, causing health problems. Because of these risks, TatBrow decided to kiss the pain goodbye and say hello to a microblading tool that gives you the same look without crushing your wallet.

TatBrow’s Microblade Pen comes in six different natural shades and makes real hair-like strokes so you can achieve that “I just woke up with flawless brows” look you’ve always envied. There’s no pain involved at all, and at only $26, you’ll be able to achieve million-dollar brows.

If you’re looking for a microblading tool that can help you achieve precise, hair-like strokes, TatBrow also offers the Micro Precision Pen. You can use this when you want to draw each strand of your brows to get that microbladed look in seconds. With a feathered tip, it gives you precision down to the strand.

How to Use Them 

Getting the hang of a new makeup product can be tricky, and while our microblading tools are made for anyone and everyone who wants the perfect brow look, we know it can be tough to learn how to use it. That’s why we’ve created video guides on how to use our brow pens.

If you’re using the Microblade Pen to transform your thinning brows into thick, already shaped, colorful brows, check out this video to help you use it!

And, if you’re using the Micro Precision Pen with the custom feathered tip, check out this video.


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Whether you have naturally thin, lighter brows and want to achieve the envied thick, full brow look, or if you just want an effortless way to do your eyebrows in seconds without coughing up hundreds of dollars, TatBrow’s got you covered. With microblading tools that offer natural, hair-like results in just seconds, you can achieve a microbladed look without the cost, pain, or health risks.

If you want to learn more about how to do your eyebrows but aren’t sure where to start, we’ve also got resources to help you along the way. Whether you’re looking to learn about the latest brow trends or just learn what eyebrow tools can help you get the look you’ve always wanted, we’ve got all the info.

Check out our blog here to learn more!



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Microblading Fact Sheet | SPCP.org

The Pros and Cons of Permanent Makeup | Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic

Tattoos & Permanent Makeup: Fact Sheet | FDA

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