Microblading Dallas TX


Microblading involves putting small particles of pigment into the eyebrows to create really fine hair strokes. Done with a hand-held tool, tiny needles are used to deposit dye into the dermal second layer of the skin. You may have heard of Microblading because it has many other names including Eyebrow Embroidery, Feather Touch, 3D Permanent Eyebrows, and 3D Eyebrow Tattooing.

Microblading helps a client get full, perfectly shaped and lush thick eyebrows without stress. During the process, each hair strand is individually marked and meticulously designed on the brow region leaving you with beautifully designed perfect brows. When the brow color starts to fade in years to come, a retouching session with the artist has to be scheduled.

With a good set of eyebrows, the natural look of the face becomes more beautiful and radiantly expressive. Poor growth, damaged or erratically plucked brows are seen as an embarrassment and a source of unhappiness for many. This is the reason why most people try to enhance their looks by using an eyebrow pencil, brow gel or even tattoos.

3D Eyebrow Embroidery or Microblading in Dallas

"At Bella MD we are proud to offer the advancement in science and technology an innovative semi-permanent method of inking called Microblading. Some would consider this 'Tattooing' but don't be fooled by the name. Microblading at Bella MD last one to three years."



It is a type of technique done using a manual tool, or an electric hand tool to create a soft, powdered effect that resembles eyebrow powder. Microshading employs a stippling method rather than the hair stroke typical with microfeathering. A regular tattoo parlor machine is mostly utilized with Microshading, to penetrate deeper into the skin pigment is inserted by electronic equipment.

It is like a semi-permanent pomade or powder to microblading's pencil strokes. Usually lasts within 1 Year.


Created by Kristie Streicher, microfeathering is a similar technique to microblading which gives you that natural, fluffy-looking brow. It uses a fine blade to create tiny incisions just like microblading but with the addition of a pigment.

The pigment is deposited into the incisions, which results in a more beautiful natural-looking eyebrow hair. Unlike microshading, which creates most of the brow for you, microfeathering uses your existing brow hairs as the base and simply fills it in as needed.