Microblading blades are tools that is used to create fine, curved, natural-looking eyebrow hairs. Choosing the right microblading blade can make all the difference in achieving good results. Each client has different skin, so it is important to choose a blade that will suit their needs. Also, it would help if you kept in mind that different suppliers deliver different blades. Here are some tips to help you choose the right microblade.
You should know the diameter of the needles on the microblade:
First, you should know the diameter of the needles on the microblade. Different brands use different terms to describe the needle configuration. For instance, some say that the blade should be angled 90 degrees, while others refer to it as a U-shaped microblade.
Be sure to know the number of pins on the blade:
You also need to know the number of pins on the blade. Different needle sizes allow for the perfect length of hair strokes. You should also be aware of the skin’s thickness to choose the right blade for your client.
Start with the slanted blade:
If you are a beginner, you should start with the slanted blade. This blade type is ideal for beginners because it is easy to work with. Slanted blades are also available in different lengths and thicknesses, which allows you to experiment and create a look that is perfect for you.
Use the U-shaped blade:
For more experienced microbladers, use the U-shaped blade. These blades are ideal for creating longer hair strokes or for creating short hair strokes. They are also a good option for people with curvy hair. You can also try using flat shading needles, a good choice for ombre shading. They come in both single-row and double-row configurations. They are available in flexi red and hard silver.
You can consider using thinner blades:
Thinner blades are sharper. They are also more flexible, which makes them easier to use. They can also distribute even strokes. Those with thinner skin may prefer using thinner blades. Using something other than 0.3 needles is also best if you have thin eyebrows. You should also avoid using too thick needles, as they can cause double lines to appear. You can also use a hard blade if you have thicker skin.