Microblading, Procedure & After Care
Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing technique that creates the illusion of fuller eyebrows. During the procedure, a trained technician uses a handheld tool with tiny needles to make hair-like strokes in the skin. The technician carefully selects the color and shape of the pigment to match the client’s natural brow hair and skin tone. The process can take anywhere from one to three hours depending on the complexity of the desired result.
After the microblading procedure, it is important to take good care of the brows to ensure they heal properly. The technician will provide instructions on how to clean and moisturize the area regularly, as well as avoid certain activities like swimming, sweating, and excessive sun exposure. The healing process usually takes about 4-6 weeks, during which the pigment may appear darker than desired but will gradually fade to a more natural-looking color.
Overall, microblading is a safe and effective way to achieve fuller, more defined eyebrows. With proper aftercare, the results can last up to two years before needing a touch-up. It is important to choose a reputable and experienced technician to perform the procedure to ensure the best possible outcome.