In Microblading, pigment is inserted under your skin using a needle to give you well-defined, natural-looking eyebrows.
Results usually last between 18 and 30 months, depending on your skin type, lifestyle, and how often you get touch-ups.
Are you wondering how long the effects of your specific procedure will last? Find out here.
As mentioned earlier, a microblading procedure can last from 18 to 30 months. On average, touch-ups are required every one to two years.
Your practitioner will need to perform touch-ups once the pigment begins to fade after the procedure. As soon as your microblading begins to fade, you can have the colour filled in.
Waiting longer than your practitioner suggests may mean you have to have both eyebrows microbladed again. Compared to a touch-up application, this method is time-consuming and much more expensive.
How can you tell if you’ll need touch-ups in the future? It depends on the type of skin you have.
It can be difficult for the pigment to adhere to the skin when a high level of sebum is secreted. The more frequently oily or combination skin types require touch-ups, the more often normal, or dry skin types do.
It is important to discuss any problem you have about your skin type and expectations for your results with your aesthetician.
A practitioner will usually spend 30 to 45 minutes talking with patients before the first procedure. A portion of this time will spend reviewing health and consent forms, the patient’s preferences, and appropriate brow styles for his face.
Once that is done, the practitioner performs the microblading procedure:
The microblading process does not end after you leave the practitioner’s office. Your body will need time to heal. Take note of the following points:
There are risks associated with microblading, as it’s a common procedure.
Some risks are as follows:
You can’t tell how long your microblading results will last. Talk to a licensed aesthetician if you have concerns and how frequently you’ll need touch-ups.
You must do your research before undergoing a procedure like microblading and find an experienced practitioner who’s well-licensed, well-reviewed, and trustworthy.