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Microblading Healing Process: What to Expect and Do

Microblading healing process

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Microblading is changing lives – from giving the brows of one’s dreams and boosting confidence to providing convenience and simplifying the beauty routine to save time in the morning. While it’s great for you to consider getting it done, you must not go all in until you know exactly what to expect. There are numerous artists who demonstrate the procedure and clients who showcase their microbladed brows on social media, but only a few people talk about the raw experience and the ups and downs of the microblading healing process.

The procedure itself is only 10% of the whole experience. The first couple of months after the procedure are the real deal.


We’ve prepared this guide to give you a real idea of the healing process for the first month.


Why Does the Microblading Healing Process Exist?


During the microblading procedure, the needle penetrates your skin to a depth up to 0.15 mm. This allows the pigment to deposit between the epidermis and dermis layer. The human hair diameter is between 0.017 and 0.18 mm, which means that the microblading cut is almost as deep as a hair strand.

You may notice some bleeding after penetration. However, the depth is ideal for the pigment to stay. That being said, microblading involves making several strokes to resemble the natural brows. This means that you’ll have several wounds on your skin and your skin cells will be damaged, albeit in a controlled manner.

The microblading healing process keeps the pigment between the recovering skin cells and takes advantage of the skin’s natural regeneration properties. This process determines how long the pigment lasts in the eyebrow strokes.



What Does the Healing Process Look Like?


The microblading healing process starts as soon as the microblading procedure is completed. It generally takes around 25 to 30 days.

The healing process can be different for everyone, depending on factors like:

· Your age

· Skin type

· Overall health

Generally, during the second week, your brows may change their appearance. Almost every day, you may notice a slight difference in their color, texture, and definition. Meanwhile, you may also experience different sensations in your skin. In the initial days, your face may feel tight, tender, and painful. Eventually, there may be some itchiness and flaking.

Rest assured that these symptoms will subside with time.

Once you get microblading done, you can expect the results to last 18 to 30 months. After every 12 to 18 months, you’ll likely have to visit your physician for a touchup session, depending on your desired look. Your brows will need some time to heal after each touchup session as well.



A Day-by-Day Guide to Microblading Healing


When getting microblading done for the first time, you must ask questions and share your concerns with your microblading physician during the initial consultation. They will discuss the healing process, helping you develop realistic expectations of the procedure. In addition to explaining what will happen to your skin, they will share some practical tips for microblading aftercare.

Here’s a day-by-guide to the microblading healing process.



Microblading healing process

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Days 1-3


On the first day after the procedure, your brows will look fuller. The color may be a bit too dark for your liking but keep in mind that it will eventually fade.

Your face may feel tender and you may notice symptoms like:

· Redness

· Mild swelling

· A sensation of feeling bruised

· Mild bleeding

In the next two days, these side effects will begin to subside.



Days 3-5


During these days, you may experience a reduction in pain and tenderness. The eyebrows will continue to darken and thicken until day 5.

On the fifth day, you can expect the brows to begin scabbing. With the flakiness comes extreme itchiness. This is a sign that your skin is healing.



Days 5-8


During this time, your brows will continue to flake, scab, and peel. You must avoid picking the scabs, as it can cause your wounds to reopen and disrupt the healing process. It can also remove some pigment, leaving your brows patchy.

Make sure you allow the scabs to flake off on their own. With the natural flaking, the brow color will start to soften. You don’t have to worry about the color fading because it will eventually come back.


Days 8-12


After the first week, the eyebrow flaking will come to an end. The color will also gradually return.


Days 12-21


By now, your eyebrows should look natural and even. You’ll also notice more definition in each brow hair, which will create a feathery effect.



Days 21-30

After a month, you can expect your microbladed brows to be fully healed. There should be no pain or discomfort. You’ll have full, natural-looking brows.

In the next month or two, you may have to schedule a follow-up appointment with your microblading physician. They will check if your skin has healed properly apart from fixing any spots.



Post-Touchup Microblading Healing


You must know that microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure, so the results are bound to fade over time. Because of this, you must visit your physician for regular touchup sessions after the first microblading session to maintain the shape, color, and definition of your eyebrows.

Your preferred look, along with how your skin holds the pigment, will determine how frequent your touchups should be. Generally, it should happen every 12 to 18 months. The healing process after a touchup may be similar to what you experience after the procedure. However, people often report shorter healing periods after touchups.



The Bottom Line


Microblading is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure that gives you fuller, thicker, more defined brows. The microblading healing process should complete in 25 to 30 days. At first, your brows may feel bruised, tender, and a little painful, but all the side effects will go away in a few days. You’ll see significant darkening and lightening of your brows before you see the actual color.

That being said, it’s not uncommon for the skin to scab and peel during the healing process. For speedy healing, resist the temptation to pick on the scabs. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to our expert team at Microblading Los Angeles by Tinted Liquid.

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