The 6D nano eyebow embroidery technique that originated from Korea is the successor of the 3D / 4 D technique . It is an improved version that uses more delicate and finer strokes to emulate eyebrows that are more natural looking. The strokes trace the direction of the existing hair growth , making the brows more realistic with an equal texture.
So how does the process go?
The first step is knowing what are the brows you want. Maybe there is a particular style that you draw everyday. If you embroider it that way , it can save the hassle of a routine. If you are clueless, you can also consult the technician who will give advice on what eyebrow shapes would suit an individual's features. From there the client will then deduce the desired eyebrow shape.
The second step would be drawing in the shape of the eyebrows. This is usually done with an eyebrow pencil where the technician will trace the desired shape and make suitable adjustments if necessary. When it is done, the technician will apply anesthetic cream to numb the area for 15-30 minutes. If you feel that you have a lower threshold for pain , it is recommended that you inform your technician to leave the cream on for a longer time.
Thirdly , while the cream is on , the technician would select the appropriate eyebrow color tone. It would vary person to person due to the difference in complexion , hair and eyebrow color.
Lastly, the shaping process starts and the technician wields an embroidery blade. The tool will be properly sterilized and is thus safe. The epidermal layer of the skin is then scraped (only the top layer of the skin) , and with delicate single strokes, the selected dye/ color will be applied to fill up the sparse spaces to make the eyebrows look fuller. The process should take about 1.5-2 hours.