During the healing, your new brows go through several phases. Only 3–4 weeks following treatment can a true reflection of recovered color be observed. Touch-ups and/or shape and design adjustments are advised at least 4 weeks following the primary treatment. It will progress from being too black to being too bright to just right!
The pigment will appear very bold and black immediately after the treatment. This is because the pigment is still sitting on top of your skin and hasn’t entirely settled in. The pigment’s hue will slowly fade.
Whenever the skin begins to recover, it will resemble dandruff pieces or dry skin. This may create the appearance that the color pigment is disappearing too rapidly. However, this is only the normal elimination of surface pigment and dry skin from your brows.
Because the color is deposited in the deeper skin layers, your brows will be the brightest tones around days 5–12. Later skin cells drive it back to the top layers of the skin. When the healing process is complete, you will have a set of attractive, fresh, natural-looking brows.