Since the popular microblading technique has come into vogue with celebrities, there’s been a huge buzz about the incredible beauty treatment for achieving gorgeous, full and natural-looking brows.
Along with the excellent information available there also comes some misinformation. We would like to set the record straight about eyebrow microblading and the important facts you need to know.
Leave It To The Pros To Obtain Great Results
First of all, you cannot and should not attempt do-it-yourself microblading at home. This precise technique has been designed for brow technicians and artists who have been trained in the procedure.
The experts have the skills and aesthetic eye to create the perfect brow for each individual.
Cosmetic Tattooing Treatment Like No Other
The non-invasive procedure is different from regular cosmetic tattooing in technique, tool type and pigment depth. Microblading is considered semi-permanent due to the depth of which the ink is implanted into the skin. The result is very natural looking and will fade over the course of 1-2 years. The technique uses a hand-held tool with very fine needles to apply semi-permanent pigment that mimic the look of real brow hair.
Eyebrow microblading successfully gives fullness and depth to thin brows, conceals sparness and any gaps throughout the brow, and is also able to create a more defined arch all within a two hour session.
Proper Aftercare Maintains Pigment
Following your first microblading session, you will notice darker, fuller brows. Fresh microblading appears dark in comparison to “healed” microbladed brows. Some clients will have redness surrounding the brows for a few hours post treatment, but most report they are able to go about their lives as normal that very day. After the first 7-10 days clients will notice that their brows will lighten in color, this is normal as they continue to heal. Light scabbing happens occasionally, but is completely normal.
Proper aftercare is key post procedure. You will leave your appointment with a few steps to follow in order to take care of your fresh new brows. You must follow your aftercare procedures in order for your brows to heal properly and therefore for pigment to be retained. Aftercare is straightforward to and easy to follow. A few examples of things to avoid post treatment include but are not limited to: sun exposure, swimming, excessive sweating, and the use certain skincare and makeup products. These precautions are to be followed for the first two weeks after your initial session. Afterwards, you may continue life as usual.
Microblading results last between one and three years and are a great beauty investment. If you’re dreaming of the ideal pair of brows, make your appointment today.