You go in with uneven brows that may have been over-plucked and walk out with symmetrical, full and natural looking brows. They may look a little red and a little more intense than you’re used to. No worries, the color will fade to a more natural shade over the next few days.
Your eyebrows will still look redder than usual and may be sensitive from the hair-like strokes of microblading. The redness will soon depuff and reside.
You will still be getting used to the microbladed brows and enjoy the 10 min of extra sleep you’ll be getting every morning.
These days may be the toughest to overcome as the healing process starts and the itching begins. It is crucial that you do NOT itch that area as it is still healing and the wound may open. To avoid scabbing, it is highly recommended that you do NOT scratch anywhere near the brows.
During these days, the skin will begin to scab and peel. DO NOT pick at the scabs or anywhere near the brows. You could affect the lifetime of the pigment that was inserted. It is recommended that you gently wash the area regularly. Days 6 and 7 after the procedure will be the toughest part of the entire process. The scabbing and itching is completely normal and is essential to proper healing for the brows. Don’t worry, this will all be worth it!
Most of the scabs at this point will have peeled off and the color may seem a little lighter than what you had expected. DO NOT FRET or FREAK, this is completely normal! The area is still healing and as long as you don’t pick at them, the pigment will remain.
The process of healing is close to complete! The full color/pigmentation and the natural hair-strokes will reappear. The pigment will even out and start looking realistic.
The healing process will have come to end and your brows will be looking full, thick, and natural! All the resisting and patience will pay off and everyone will be wondering how you have the time to create such symmetrical beautiful eyebrows every day!
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