Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic treatment that involves using a small hand-held tool to create hair-like strokes on the eyebrows. The tool deposits pigment into the skin, creating the appearance of fuller, more defined eyebrows. The microblading healing process begins after the procedure. The initial healing period usually lasts about 7-10 days. During this time, the treated area may be red, swollen, and slightly tender. It is important to avoid getting the treated area wet during this time. Avoid applying makeup or other products to the area during this time.
After the initial healing period, the eyebrows may appear slightly darker than desired. This is expected and the colour will fade over the next few weeks as the skin heals. It is also normal for the eyebrows to appear slightly patchy during this time.
The final results of microblading can take up to 6 weeks to fully develop. It is important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by the microblading technician. This ensures proper healing and shows the best possible results. After the initial healing period, it’s best to avoid direct sunlight, excessive sweating, and swimming for at least 2 weeks to prevent premature fading of the pigment.
Here are some benefits of microblading:
Microblading can be a great option for anyone looking to enhance the appearance of their eyebrows without the need to apply makeup daily.