Microblades - 10 pcs
Each microblade is individually packed and sterilised and each pack contains 10 microblades.
Single use only. Do not use if package is broken.
Curved Flat (CF)
Curved flat blades are responsible for the lion’s share of the workload when it comes to microblading. The individual needles, also known as pins, are in an angle formation with a short pin at one end and gradually get taller to the opposite end.
These blades are the real workhorses in a microblading session. Every pin in the blade touches the skin at the same time and creates beautiful strokes that replicate real brow hairs that give this treatment such winning results.
CF blades are used in various pin lengths and form the majority of the fill work. The number of pins used for a blade determines the length of the stroke, so the artist will use different sizes on different areas of the brow.
The flexible or soft based version of this type of blade is the absolute best for beginners and are the most forgiving.
As the name suggests, U-shaped blades are in a configuration whereby the pins at each end of the blade are the shortest and very close to the base. The pins get progressive taller from each until the middle where the blade length peaks in a gently rounded shape that looks parabolic.
At no time can an entire U-shaped blade touch the skin surface at once. The artist must use their skill and preferred technique resulting in a very curved stroke placement. They are for experienced artists only as their shape has the potential to go outside the desired shape line or make strokes that are too long.
They are popular for creating bulb strokes (the thickest part of the brow closest to your nose), curved baby strokes and for etching techniques.
Round Shader (RL)
These blade configurations are formed by “bundling” pins of the same length together (the same way you would grasp a bunch of dry spaghetti) and set into the base in a round shape.
Much like the artistic style of “pointillism”, the round shader achieves its desired effect by making fill and increases shade density with ease. It allows for rapid, consistent coverage.
Using a larger number is best saved for larger areas and is also used extensively for powder, ombré and 3D “hybrid” type brows. A smaller number with fewer pins is excellent for thinner brows and filling the tail.