Microblading is a cosmetic technique that uses a needle to deposit pigment under your skin to create well-defined, natural-looking brows. Results can last between 18 and 35 months, based on your type of skin, lifestyle, and frequency of touch-ups. Would you like to know how long the consequences of your unique surgery will last? Microblading can last between 18 and 30 months. It should be touched up once or twice per year in general. When the pigment from the operation begins to fade visibly, you must return to your specialist for a touch-up application.
Touch-ups for microblading are similar to hair root touch-ups. You may just have the color filled in if you go when your microblading first begins to fade. If you wait longer than your practitioner suggests, you may have to redo the entire microblading treatment on both of your brows. This is much more time-consuming and expensive than a touch-up treatment. How can you tell if you’ll need touch-ups sooner or later? It is determined by your skin type. Excess sebum, or oil, produced by your skin may make pigment attachment to your skin harder. This means that oily or combination skin types might require more frequent touch-ups than normal or dry skin types.