While microblading cannot fix the issue altogether, it can disguise the eyebrows' shapes and give the appearance of more symmetrical features.
Microblading is essentially semi-permanent tattooing of the eyebrows. The technician performing the beauty procedure uses a special tool called a master or artist blade to make incisions along your brow line above the dermis.
To ensure that the eyebrows that the technician designs are symmetrical, the technician should use an eyebrow mapping technique.
Maybe your eyebrow shape is just right, but one eyebrow is thinner than the other. Perhaps you even have areas of thinning in one or both eyebrows. This is also very common, and it can create the illusion of asymmetrical eyebrows. Thankfully, microblading is just the fix for this problem.
The final result of microblading will be lustrous, shapely eyebrows, but this will not be an overnight look. The first day after the procedure will be exciting, as you will see a peek of what's to come, but not without some pain.