What To Expect After Microblading

Microblading is a popular cosmetic treatment that involves using a small, handheld tool to create hair-like strokes in the eyebrow area. This treatment can help to enhance and define your eyebrows, giving them a more full and natural appearance.
If you're considering it, it's important to know what to expect after the procedure.

Firstly, it's important to note that your eyebrows will look darker and more intense immediately after the treatment. This is because the pigment used during the procedure will be more concentrated and will need time to settle into the skin. You may also experience some redness and swelling around the treated area, which is completely normal and should subside within a few days.


During the first week after the procedure, it's important to keep the treated area clean and dry. Avoid getting your eyebrows wet, and avoid using any skincare products or makeup in the eyebrow area. You may also need to avoid certain activities, such as swimming or intense exercise, to prevent excessive sweating.

Around the second week after the procedure, you may notice some flaking and peeling around the treated area. This is a natural part of the healing process and is nothing to be concerned about. It's important not to pick or scratch at the treated area, as this can interfere with the healing process and may lead to scarring.

Follow up

After about four weeks, you will have a follow-up appointment with your microblading technician. During this appointment, they will assess the healing process and touch up any areas that may need additional pigment. It's important to attend this appointment to ensure that your eyebrows look their best.

Overall, this procedure can be a great way to enhance and define your eyebrows. By knowing what to expect after the procedure, you can ensure that you take the necessary steps to ensure proper healing and achieve the best possible results.

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Disclaimer: Any Permanent/ Semi-permanent make up is a form of cosmetic tattooing where pigment is placed in the dermal/epidermal layer of the tissue. Retention of the pigment is out of our control, as it is determined by the patient’s skin type, how well they follow after-care procedures, as well as their immune system, therefore no specific result can be 100% guaranteed.