Is Microblading For Men Too?

May 06, 2022

Is Microblading For Men Too?

Is Microblading For Men Too? 

Some may question - can men get their eyebrows microbladed too? The answer is yes! Microblading is a moderately new semi-permanent makeup trend, most popular with young women but that should in no way deter anyone else, including men, who may be interested. Microblading is for everyone! 

There are even several male celebrities who have had or are suspected to have had their eyebrows microbladed. Do the names Nicolas Cage and Sylvester Stalone ring a bell?

Nicolas Cage

Can you only microblade eyebrows?

Not only is microblading great for creating fuller, more distinct brows, it is also a great method for filling in:

  • Beards
  • Moustaches that may be patchy
  • Receding hairlines

Microblading can also be used to help resolve any potential insecurities such as:

  • Alopecia
  • Scars
  • Thinning
  • Balding
  • General ageing
  • Male and female pattern baldness
Eyebrow Microblading process during and after

Microblading, Microshading and Micropigmentation Scalp Treatment

There are a multitude of male celebrities who have had microblading treatment for their scalps. Actors Jamie Foxx and Vin Diesel as well as several various sports stars have all had their hairlines microbladed!

Whilst microbladed eyebrows create hair-like strokes to fill in the brow, microshading scalps and hairlines create the illusion of hair using miniscule, layered dots of microblading pigment. The most commonly used microblading needles for shading on the scalp are the 0.25mm flat shading needles, though well trained experts use smaller flat shading needles. You can also buy shading needles kits from our website.

We offer SPMU micropigmentation and microblading aftercare products specifically for scalp microblading which are a necessity for the longevity of your microblading treatment.

Read our blog on the difference between Microblading and Microshading to learn more!

Does Male Microblading Look Natural?

Any trained and qualified Microblading technician will use methods to ensure that your eyebrows look perfectly natural! By analysing your skin type and colour, hair type and colour and brow shape - they can choose the most suitable tools and pigments for the job.

Here you can find our extensive range of microblading pigments. 

Most men would prefer to avoid the ‘over groomed’ look so microblading is the best option for the appearance of full, fluffy brows whilst still looking natural!

How Long Does It Last?

Microbladed brows can last for various lengths of time. It’s usually time for a touch up between one and three years, though on average the treatment will last for eighteen months. Aftercare and how you look after your eyebrows can also impact the lasting quality of your microbladed brow. Even your skin could affect the results depending on whether you have oily, dry or regular skin.

Browse our range of microblading aftercare products for use both at home and in the salon.

Read here for more information about how different skin types can affect the results of microblading

Elderly man with microbladed brows

Our U.K Microblading Starter Kit is the perfect set to begin your microblading, microshading and micropigmentation training.

Buy the best microblading supplies for you and your clients today at Microblading Emporium.

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  • 07394 148099

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