MICROBLADING THE HEALING PROCESS
You may have recently had your eyebrows microbladed or you may be considering undergoing the treatment.
So we have decided to write this blog to help explain the typical healing process after having your eyebrows done with the microblading technique.
However, you need to remember that everyone is different, which can mean you could have different or varying results to what has been described in this blog.
Firstly, when you have your brows microbladed, they could look a little dark and thick. Or if your natural eyebrows are quite light, they could look a little orange. But no need to panic, as the healing process continues they will change.
The next stage of the process will take place between three and five days after having your eyebrows microbladed.
During this time, your eyebrows may begin to feel dry or chapped. This should be expected and is completely normal.
After step two, the next stage of the healing process will take place between four and seven days after having your eyebrows microbladed.
During this time, you should expect to notice your eyebrows flaking. This is completely normal, as the dead skin cells will flake off.
You may feel a bit worried and believe that the treatment has not worked, as the initial implanted colour seams to “disappear”.
However, this is quite common and many clients can lose between 20% to 50% of the initial colour used in the first treatment.
This process of healing all depends on the skin type you have. If you have an oily skin type, the strokes on your eyebrows may appear blurry in detail. More so, than if you have a dry skin type. This is because the crisp strokes are now starting to soften.
After step three, the next stage of the healing process will take place between seven and ten days after having your eyebrows microbladed.
During this time, you may be feeling a little disappointed as most of the initial colour used in your first treatment will have faded by now.
But if you are feeling disappointed and are feeling like you have nothing left, just take a look at a picture of your eyebrows before you had them microbladed. This will give you a true comparison and you will be able to notice a difference.
However, if you still feel as if the colour has completely faded, the initial colour could return.
Just remember, it could take numerous sessions until you are happy with your end result. This is why we recommend you attend regular top up sessions, to keep your eyebrows in the colour and style that is right for you.
However, colour adjustments cannot be made until your eyebrows have healed. This could take up to six weeks. After the healing process has taken place, the finishing touches can be made. Including final detailing and colour changes.
We hope this blog has helped you, but if you need any further assistance or have any questions please feel free to contact us.