3 Key Steps of Eyebrow Microblading

Today I want to tell you about my experience as an expert in eyebrow microblading. I hope these tips are very helpful to you.

Eyebrows have become one of the most coveted facial features, they help us frame the face and give your expression joy or sadness, as the case may be.

But not everyone is born with ideal eyebrows or perfect, full arches. Fortunately, microblading can give you the bold eyebrows of your dreams.

1: What is the first Microbalding appointment like?

When we go for the first time, being nervous is natural, more like not knowing how your eyebrow model will turn out, after all it is something you will live with for approximately 18 months.  

Before any needle action occurs, a blueprint to follow during the actual procedure needs to be created, so your eyebrows are measured and an outline is drawn.

You can look and decide the final shape; After all, they are your eyebrows! We look for the perfect shape for your face, and that of course follows the original contour of your eyebrows.

Once you are happy with the outlined outline, we apply a numbing agent to make sure you don’t feel the needles. Don’t worry, the process hurts much less than you think. Approximately 25 minutes later the magic begins.

I begin to create small superficial cuts in the eyebrows, depositing the pigment in the strokes. Okay, I know this all sounds very painful and scary, but I promise you, it’s surprisingly not. Plus, the entire procedure from start to finish only takes about an hour.

2: What is microblading retouching?

Your eyebrows will be healed and fabulous in about a month, after which you’ll need to return for a touch-up.

Microblading retouching is very important because it is here where we will identify where it is necessary to record new hairs and confirm the design of your eyebrow. This process improves permanence and helps us confirm that you have the bold eyebrow design of your dreams.

3: Care after microblading touch-up

If you decide to get your eyebrows done, this part is very important: For a week after your appointment, do not get your eyebrows wet or sweaty. So go ahead, take a break from your workouts, the goal is to keep your cuts clean and free of bacteria.

It is best to use an antibacterial ointment on your eyebrows for the first 24 hours and then an ointment with vitamins to help heal the skin. It is very important not to pick off the scabs that form from small cuts and to avoid using acids or retinoids while they heal, as they could fade the pigments.

Forget the fear! A few weeks later, your eyebrows will look as natural and thick as you’ve always wanted.

Read Also: Eyebrow Microblading: How do your eyebrows look after a month?

If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact me, I will gladly help you have the eyebrows of your dreams and make you feel more confident than ever.

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