Micropigmentation – Eyebrow Microblading
Microblading is perfect for those who want eyebrows, fuller eyebrows and more defined eyebrows or if you want to fully reconstruct, fill-in gaps or fill-in over plucked eyebrows.
Microblading is a relatively new, manual method and is a semi-permanent technique. Microblading involves drawing individual, crisp hair strokes that can be very natural looking (regardless how much/little hair there is). It is done using a very fine blade to deposit pigments into the epidermis. Technicians usually use a numbing solution to limit discomfort and the procedure causes minimal discomfort.
The pigments used in this method have been formulated to match your original eyebrow color, and if the eyebrows are still present, blend perfectly into them.
The results are a natural, flawless, fuller looking brow. It is important to have a touch up done, as it is very difficult to predict how well the skin will retain the pigment.
The results can last anywhere from 12 to 18 months, depending on different factors affecting the procedure. However, a touch up once a year is recommended to retain the shape and saturation of pigment.
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Micropigmentation – Post Procedural Care
Eyebrows; Expect slight swelling, thickness, and/or redness for one to two days following the procedure. Keep lightly glossed with A&D ointment for three to four days. Wash with water and pat dry.
- Do not use any Retin-A or Glycolic Acids while healing.
- Do not use Peroxide or Neosporin on ANY areas.
- Do not scrub, pick or scratch treated areas.
- Do not expose area to sun or tanning beds.
- Avoid facials, swimming, and/or whirlpools for at least 5 days.
- Do not dye or tweeze eyebrows one week before or after procedure.
Failure to follow post-procedure instructions may result in loss or discoloration of pigment
The known possible complications from micropigmentation;
- Dry patches
- It is normal to lose approximately 1/3 of the colour during the healing process.
- After initial procedure, the colour may be a shade too dark; in six days it will appear too light. After ten days, the colour will show more.
- It will appear softer when completely healed because the colour will come from the dermal layer of the skin to the epidermal layer of the skin.
Eyebrow Micropigmentation – Healing Schedule
|Day 1 – 2||The eyebrows are approximately 20 -25% darker and bolder in width than they will be when healed. Your skin is red under the pigment which causes the color of the pigment to appear darker. There is some swelling, although difficult to actually see do to the thickness of the skin in the eyebrow area. This will subside. Exfoliation, which begins in a few days, will cause the excess pigment surrounding the eyebrow procedure to flake away and a more narrow appearance will result. New skin will heal over the pigmented area and result in a shorter appearance of your eyebrows. Don’t be concerned that your eyebrows initially appear darker and heavier in size than you desire. This is all part of the process.
|Day3||Eyebrows start to itch and will appear a bit thicker in texture. Exfoliation begins.
|Day 4||The skin begins to flake — peeling from the outside edges first.
|Day 5||Colour finishes flaking off and appears softer and grayer for a few days until colour clarifies
NOTE: Permanent makeup procedures are affected by the canvas (your skin) that they are performed on. If your skin is sun damaged (even from tanning beds) thick and uneven in texture, or excessively dry or oily the result cannot be expected to be perfect after the initial procedure. Lifestyle, mediation, smoking, metabolism, facial surgery and age of skin all contribute to fading. Touch-ups are needed 6 weeks after your initial procedure to ensure the best results and to keep your permanent cosmetics looking the best. Your procedure maintenance, as outlined in your pre/post procedure directions, is very important.