Microblading usually takes 4 to 6 weeks to heal. During recovery, you may also experience mild redness and tenderness in the treated area. Additionally, this treated area can initially appear darker and sharper than the desired final appearance after the first session.
This is because the pigment needs time to settle, and the top layer of the skin will undergo some exfoliation. The color will gradually lighten as the skin heals. You may notice some scabbing or flaking, a normal part of the healing process.
The healing process after microblading typically goes through several stages. Here is the microblading healing process day-by-day representation to help you understand the entire recovery process.
Right after the microblading procedure, your eyebrows look darker, more defined, and slightly swollen. The pigment will initially appear bold due to the excess ink on the skin’s surface.
Over the next few days, the treated area may start to feel tender and slightly itchy. You might notice the formation of tiny scabs or flakes on the eyebrows as the skin begins to heal. It’s essential to avoid picking or scratching at the scabs to avoid disrupting the healing process and potentially affecting the final result.
The scabs or flakes on your eyebrows may start to peel off naturally. At this stage, the color of your eyebrows may appear lighter than immediately after the procedure. This is normal as the pigment settles beneath the surface of the skin.
Most of the scabs or flakes should have naturally been shed by this stage. The results of microblading after 2 weeks may still appear slightly lighter than desired. The pigment will continue to settle, and the color will gradually deepen over the next few weeks.
The healing process of microblading after 4 weeks stabilizes the color, and any residual scarring or unevenness will start to fade. At this point, your eyebrows should be mostly healed. It is essential to continue following the aftercare instructions provided by your technician during this period.
Depending on the technique and the artist’s recommendations, a follow-up appointment may be scheduled around 6-8 weeks after the initial microblading session.
It is important to note that individual healing experiences can vary, and the timeline mentioned above is a general guideline. Consult your microblading beautician for specific instructions and guidance for the best microblading aftercare throughout the healing journey.
After the second (touch-up) microblading session, the healing time is shorter, and the process is less intense than the first appointment. Generally, the healing process typically takes about 5 to 7 days.
The second session is crucial as it allows the artist to refine and perfect the brows, making any necessary adjustments based on how the pigment settles during the healing process.
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