Microshading is great for those with sensitive, oily or shiny skin. This creates a natural growth for your brows but will still look stunningly natural. This is great for those who like to fill in a lighter shade in their eyebrows. Microblading requires you to be present with some of your natural brow hair, even if they are sparse, so your artist can follow or mimic your hair growth pattern.
Microshading tends to last longer than microbladed brows so it required less frequent maintenance schedule, considering the cost and frequency of touch-up sessions, some may prefer microshading over other treatments.
The main difference between the microshading and microblading is the technique itself. Instead of creating individual hair strokes, the technique of microshading repetitively creates small pinpoint dots on the brow area. This enables better setting of the pigment on the oilier skin.