Microblading is a form of Permanent Makeup that creates the most natural-looking eyebrow.
Whether you have thinning eyebrows, uneven brows or just want a different or fuller look, microblading could be the answer for you.
Microblading-Feathering: a pen-like device used to create a very fine line that resembles real hair. Each individual hair stroke is drawn-blended in with the client’s existing eyebrow hair.
The pigment is deposited closer to the surface, leaving very fine and crisp hair strokes these lines heal thinner and sharper and there is less blurring over time. The results are gorgeous and very lifelike.
Your natural eyebrow hairs will not be damaged and will continue to grow normally. After application, the skin heals and the pigment is covered by the epidermis, which gives a softer and more natural look than its initial application.
About the Treatment
Healed microblading results are the most beautiful and natural-looking way to enhance eyebrows, but the path leading to those anticipated healed results can be a little tricky.
In addition to following the microblading aftercare instructions, understanding the microblading healing process is essential to avoid worry and stress while going through the different stages of healing. When it comes to understanding the microblading healing process. Since microblading involves cutting into the skin, clearly there’s going to be a healing process, just as there is for any other wound. However, unlike those other wounds, the fine cuts made by microblading are expected to heal in a way that the healed microblading results mimic the appearance of natural eyebrow hair; which heightens the concern for correctly healed results for anyone going through the healing process.
There are stages of the healing process that can cause many, especially those who aren’t prepared with what to expect, to wonder if eyebrow microblading was a mistake.
Thirty minutes after treatment gently dab freshly tattooed with a damp cotton pad to remove all the lymph and previously applied the cream. Apply a very thin layer of cream avoid using your fingers. Repeat the above process 3-5 times a day to keep the wound clean and avoid scab formation. Cleaning with water is only necessary on the first day of treatment.
Don’t use cleansers, creams, makeup or any other products on the treated area for 10 days. Do not rub, pick or scratch the treated area. Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally fall off. Picking can cause discoloration and scarring.
Avoid direct sun exposure or tanning for 4 weeks after the procedure. NO sweating for the first 10 days. No facials, botox or chemical treatments and microdermabrasion for 4 weeks. Recommended sleep on your back for the first 10 days. The first couple of days change your pillowcase. It is required for you to return in 6-8 weeks for your complimentary touch-up appointment. We DO NOT touch up other artists work.
Before the treatment
- Do not drink coffee, alcohol or energizing drinks 24 hours before treatment.
- Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or Ibuprofen 24 hours before treatment.
- Do not take omega3 (fish oil) 1 week before treatment.
- Do not tan or have intense sun exposure 3 days before treatment.
- No waxing 2-3 days before treatment.
- No chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser or any other intense treatments 2-3 weeks before treatment.
- Shower and fix your hair as you need to take extra care not to get your brows wet for several days.