Microblading is a semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo procedure. It’s the latest alternative to eyebrow makeup, using tiny strokes of cosmetic pigments to create natural-looking, long-lasting eyebrows. In this article, we will discuss the microblading procedure, including how it works and why you should consider it as an alternative to eyebrow makeup.
Step 1: The Consultation
Before you schedule your consultation, it’s important to know what microblading is and how it differs from other methods of tattooing. Microblading is a semi-permanent method that gives the appearance of fuller eyebrows by depositing pigment beneath the surface of the skin with hair-like strokes using an ultra-fine blade. Unlike traditional tattooing or permanent makeup, microblading does not change the natural color of your skin or hair.
- What is microblading?
Microblading is a semi-permanent method that gives the appearance of fuller eyebrows by depositing pigment beneath the surface of the skin with hair-like strokes using an ultra-fine blade. Unlike traditional tattooing or permanent makeup, microblading does not change the natural color of your skin or hair.
- What does it cost?
The cost depends on where you live and who performs your service; however, prices typically range between $350 and $600 per treatment (though some salons offer discounts when multiple treatments are done together). We recommend getting two sessions – one for each set – since they will last at least two years before fading away completely.* What are some risks associated with this type of procedure? While there’s no guarantee that any cosmetic procedure won’t result in any adverse reaction whatsoever – including swelling at worst case scenario – most people tolerate it well enough without experiencing anything major beyond slight tenderness during recovery time which usually lasts about three days.* What do I need to do before my appointment? Do not wear makeup to either the initial consultation or follow-up session; this includes eye makeup as well as foundation/concealer products because these can affect results if used prior to treatment procedures being applied
Step 2: The Process
The brow artist will use a stencil to draw the shape of your new eyebrows. They then fill in the shape with pigment and clean up any skin around the brows. You’ll then receive some healing gel to apply at home, and you’re on your way!
Step 3: The Next Four Days
- Keep the area clean and dry. To help prevent infection, don’t pick at the skin around your brows.
- Avoid heavy exercise for 48 hours after having microblading done. If you do exercise, avoid high-impact activities like running or tennis where there is a risk of rubbing against your skin and irritating it further.
- Minimize sun exposure while healing. While they aren’t as sensitive as freshly tattooed skin, it still makes sense to avoid direct sunlight on your brows until they heal completely (about two weeks).
- Apply sunscreen every day during this time frame as well—it will help keep the color from fading prematurely and will also protect you from any potential burns if you are in strong sunlight for any length of time during this period.
- Avoid swimming or bathing in chlorinated water for at least three days after having microbladed eyebrows done because chlorine can cause chemical burns on open wounds like tattoos and microbladed eyebrows typically heal faster than traditional tattoos due to their smaller size which means there are more openings available for bacteria growth if water gets inside them during this crucial stage when healing occurs most rapidly. Read more about how to choose a fertility clinic.
Step 4: The Final Touch-Up
After the touch-up, you should expect to see some color on your skin. This is normal, as it will fade over time. If any problems arise with your microblading procedure that is not resolved with the touch-up appointment, please contact your artist right away so they can help you resolve the issue and ensure that you are happy with your results.
The final color will be fully revealed after two weeks have passed since the touch-up session. We recommend waiting at least two months after your initial microblading procedure before scheduling a touch-up appointment.
Microblading is a great way to enhance your natural beauty. To get started with this procedure, contact us today and we will help you choose the best option for your needs.