Four Important Factors to Consider When Microblading

Full brows are definitely in fashion, with models, music and movie stars rocking thick, statement eyebrows. Even amongst your friends, you probably know somebody who always somehow manages to turn up with perfectly done eyebrows every single time. Did she wake up like that, or has she just got really good at eyebrow makeup? In fact, it’s probably neither – the answer to her flawless brows could be microblading. A form of semi-permanent make-up tattooing used to make the brows look naturally fuller, microblading is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures out there today thanks to its longevity and proven results. If you’re thinking of going for it, here are some important considerations to keep in mind.

#1. Choosing Your Technician:

First of all, you will want to go with a technician who has been trained in microblading and has high quality, professional grade equipment such as these microblading supplies from Ink Defined. The last thing that you want is somebody who is not professionally trained in microblading messing with your eyebrows, so it’s definitely worth doing your research beforehand and making sure that you are putting your brows in the hands of somebody who you can trust.

#2. Prepare Properly:

Before you head to your appointment, there are a couple of things that you should be aware of in order to ensure that you properly prepare for the microblading procedure. Avoid waxing or spray tanning close to your appointment as this can irritate the skin and affect your final results. For two weeks prior to your appointment, it’s also a good idea to avoid any alpha hydroxy acid products, exfoliating treatments and retinoids since these can irritate the skin in a similar way. Avoid blood thinning medication – always speak to your doctor if you are prescribed medicine that thins the blood before microblading – alcohol, and aspirin for up to one week before your appointment as excessive bleeding can prevent proper absorption of the pigment.

#3. Your Results will Vary:

Don’t get your hopes up too high if you’ve just been shown your friend’s perfectly on fleek microbladed brows; not everybody’s will turn out exactly the same. Whilst ensuring that you go to a trained and qualified therapist for your appointment will ensure that they use the best microblading supplies and pigments to get the results for you, your final look will depend on several factors including your skin type and color, the amount of natural eyebrow hair that you already have, and even the amount of pressure used to apply the pigment.

#4. Aftercare:

Bear in mind that microblading is a kind of tattoo, so it’s completely normal to feel some pain and discomfort afterwards. This should go away after a short while. Immediately after your appointment you will notice some swelling and inflammation around your eyebrows. The pigment color will also look darker than you asked for initially until the area heals which can take anything from two weeks or more. Expect some scabbing as part of the healing process; your therapist will be able to advise on the best creams and lotions to use to aid recovery.

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