The history of Microblading isn’t particularly well documented, but it seems to have become prevalent in Asia around 25 years ago, then in the US in around 2015, and Europe and the UK shortly after. Today, it’s a popular self-care and grooming treatment for both women and men.

There are many names you may find Microblading referred to. These include:

  • Hairstrokes,
  • Micro-stroking
  • Feather Tattooing
  • Embroidered Brows
  • Blade & Shade
  • Phibrows
  • Eyebrow Tattooing

Microblading techniques have evolved massively in recent years, with artists around the world experimenting with different patterns, tools, and application techniques. Modern techniques and patterns are so precise and mimic real brow growth so closely that they easily create an illusion of fuller, natural brows.