If you want your eyebrows to look feathery and full, microblading is an option. It’s a semipermanent alternative to applying makeup, like brow gel, on your eyebrows.
Touch-Up After Microblading
Microblading heals in around 2 weeks. Your brows will change throughout that time. They will be too black at first, and then they will begin to scab. They will then lose their hue, leading you to believe something went wrong. The color does return at the conclusion of the healing phase, although not always uniformly. Because everyone heals differently, people may detect gaps and inconsistencies once the eyebrows are recovered. Don’t worry, this is quite normal! Touching up entails brushing over the hair-like strokes that didn’t hold pigment adequately, as well as correcting any inconsistencies and reshaping your brows. Its aim is to correct what was damaged throughout the healing process. Which is why the touch-up phase is also known as the “perfecting session.”
The touch-up is performed between 2 and 4 weeks following the original session. If your eyebrows are still sharp and distinct with little to no patchiness, it is ideal to schedule your touch-up for the final half of the touch-up session. It is also a great idea to schedule your touch-up session after your initial meeting with your artist so that it is not forgotten. The time to perform the touch-up depends completely on your artist, but it usually lasts 45 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes.