Blot eyebrows diligently throughout the rest of the day with a clean tissue (Do not rub). Keep brow area completely dry and wash around the area with a wash cloth.
Day 2-10: Based Upon Skin type ((your practitioner will tell you which skin type aftercare to follow))
Normal -Dry Skin: Gently wash your newly Microbladed area with a mild, perfume/dye free wash such as Cetaphil (as provided in your aftercare kit) Blot dry with a clean paper towel. Apply one swipe of grape seed oil with a clean q-tip to the Microbladed area. (as provided in your aftercare kit) Gently blot excess oil off with clean paper towel. Continue to wash with ceptaphil and apply the grape seed oil daily until the scabbing and peeling is complete.
Oily Skin: Gently wash your newly Microbladed area with a mild, perfume/dye free was such as Cetaphil (as provided in your aftercare kit). Bot Dry with a clean paper towel. Do not apply oil until you notice the micro bladed area is dry and starting to peel. Apply one swipe of grape seed oil daily with clean q-tip, and blot off excess oil with clean paper towel, until peeling is complete.
While Healing it is important to AVOID the following:
Hot Steamy Showers
DO NOT use anything on the brow area except the grape seed oil.
This area is an open wound so, to avoid infection from occurring, DO NOT touch with dirty hands.
Note: The brows will look darkest on days 2 & 3. After they have peeled, the skin on the microbladed area will appear a milky white color, and the pigment will have dramatically lightened. This is a natural part of the process. At about 4 weeks the final result of pigment retention. The 6-8 week touchup is IMPORTANT, to reinforce any pigment that may have not retained, and to correct any asymmetry that may have formed during healing due to lack of pigment retention.
Disclaimer: Microblading heals best on normal to dry skin types. Microblading may not work well on clients with more oily skin types, large pores, or older skin types. On those with oily skin types and larger pores, results may appear softer and the lines less defined. However, we will suggest a different technique for those who do have more oily skin and results will be just as stunning.
Clients with super thin skin, Rosacea, or Keloids cannot receive Microblading. Powder technique is sometimes suggested as an alternative method on a case by case basis. Some people have highly effective immune systems that reject the pigment, and some just have highly effective skin for healing. It's very rare, but it's important that all clients understand this is a possibility and in most cases there is no way for us to know if this will take place prior to the work being done. Occasionally, we will recommend additional appointments for further touch-up, or a different technique called shading/ombre effect at additional cost. If the client were still retaining very little pigment after the third appointment, we would not recommend another touch-up, as it might be too much for the skin. Healed results will vary on a client by client basis, therefor absolutely NO guarantee will be made. Additional sessions may be required to obtain optimal results & additional charges will apply.