After the primary treatment, your skin must recover, and aftercare is essential since it has a considerable effect on the result of your microblading. The most significant part of the aftercare is that whenever your eyebrows begin to scab or flake and itch. After your brows have healed completely, a microblading touch-up will be the next phase. Your microblading touch-up appointment is when your service provider fills in the sparse areas of your brows as well as the areas where the pigment fades off. After your brows have healed, you will realize that their color is lumpy and spotty. That’s why this touch-up is so crucial.
This also allows you to change your brow style if you are dissatisfied with the results after the healing time. In a nutshell, your microblading artist corrects all brow asymmetries during the touch-up session. Since your artist will just fill in the eyebrow area that needs filling, the microblading touch-up treatment is shorter than the first session. It should only take 30 minutes to an hour, depending on how meticulous your supplier is. Of course, your technician wants you to have your ideal eyebrows, so they will assure you that your microblading treatment achieved the desired results.