Microblading is a type of tattooing of eyebrows that lasts for approximately two years (semi-permanent).

A very fine blade, like the blade of a razor, is used for microblading; the eyebrow is drawn and a chemical substance [pigment] is injected using the blade. It is akin to tattooing, in which a needle is used to inject pigment rather than the blade, except that tattooing is permanent and cannot be removed except with a laser, unlike this technique in which the colouring begins to disappear gradually within a period between eighteen months and two years, and it is possible to repeat the procedure.