Microblading blades come in a variety of shapes and sizes. It’s critical to pick the proper blade to get optimal post-procedure results and to look after the client. Each client has a unique skin. The thickness, oiliness, and sensitivity of the skin vary. Skin that is older is usually thinner and less resistant than skin that is younger. Additionally, you will see that as the customer gets older, the tissue laxity, collagen, and elastin in the skin declines. It’s difficult to understand the skin and decide which blade to use in response, but it’s the only way to get to your end goal: a beautiful result and a satisfied and happy customer.
There are a variety of blades to choose from. Microblading blades are essentially a collection of small needles arranged tightly together to form a blade. Single row and double row blades with various pin counts are available: hard or flexible.
The needles in the overall blade are arranged in a variety of shapes, the most popular of which is the Curve Flexi shape (CF) / Slanted shape or U shape. The blades range in size from 7 to 28 pins. The thickness is indicated by the increasing number. The blades become sharper as they become thinner, and vice versa. Each blade has a distinct advantage.
Curve Flexi Blades