Microblading typically does involve discomfort, but it is usually minimal. However, the pain experienced during the procedure can differ for every individual. The pain during brow microblading is usually short-lived and bearable. Most people find the procedure uncomfortable but tolerable. Still, if you have a low tolerance for pain or discomfort during the procedure, you should talk to your specialist beforehand to discuss pain management.
Some mild pain or discomfort is normal after the procedure, which usually subsides within a few hours to a few days.
Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that entails depositing pigment into the skin to give eyebrows a fuller appearance. Many people who have thin/sparse eyebrows or very light eyebrow hair seek out this treatment.
It involves using a handheld tool with multiple fine needles to create small incisions in the upper layer of the skin. The process typically takes around two hours, and the results can last up to two years with proper care and maintenance.
Here are factors that affect pain during microblading:
After the procedure, you may also feel soreness or tenderness in the eyebrow and forehead area if you received the dermablade eyebrows treatment.
Managing pain after microblading is important for proper healing and optimal results.
Here are some ways to manage pain and discomfort after microblading:
Adhering to these tips and instructions from your artist can help minimize pain and discomfort after the micro-sculpting eyebrows procedure.
Our highly skilled artists use the highest quality pigments and excellent techniques to create natural-looking, full brows that perfectly complement your face shape and skin tone.