What to expect during and after your Micro-blading session:
The entire healing process will take from 4-6 weeks, depending upon your own body regeneration and age. Your new temporary eyebrows will go through several phases during this healing process/cycle. The below after care instructions will help with healing.
The pigment will appear very natural looking immediately after the initial procedure. The following day the pigment will appear darker. Next, typically the brows can itch and flake as the healing process naturally produces shedding, at which point the brows might appear lighter than original. This might give you the impression that the color is fading too quickly. Additionally, even with proper care some customers may develop bald spots or might lose original hair stroke which makes brows look uneven, this is natural. This is also the reason why most customers need a touch-up visit after the 6 weeks.
It is very important that you do not let any water, lotions, soap or makeup touch your eyebrow areas during the first 3 days after your micro-blading session!
Micro-blading After Care Process:
Please avoid touching the eyebrow area. Avoid water around brow area when washing face. At all times, wash your hands thoroughly before applying ointment/cleansing.
On Days 1-2 – (day of your procedure)
Only use the blotting papers provided.
Apply blotting paper to each brow. You will continue to use the blotting papers for
2 weeks minimum and use them religiously, every 4 hours. (3 for oily skin)
On Day 3 – (3rd day of procedure)
Clean once daily with Cetaphil cleanser.
Begin using the Cavilon ointment provided once daily at night and continue the ointment for 7 days. Please use ointment sparingly as the brows need to heal.
On Day 10 - (10th day after procedure)
Start using unscented lotion or coconut/grapeseed oil.
The following must be avoided during the 14-day post micro-blading procedure:
● Increased sweating
● Touching, picking or scratching the brows
● Creams or lotions containing Retin-A/glycolic
● Hot Sauna, Hot bath or Jacuzzi
● Laser or chemical treatments/peels
● Sun tanning or salon tans
● Drinking alcohol in excess (slows healing)
● UV/UVA Rays or chemical-They have been known to cause a shift in color/fading
● During shower, avoid face from showerhead or take a bath
● Driving in open air vehicles, such as convertibles, boats, bicycles or motorcycles
● Performing heavy household cleaning such as garage/ basement where lots of airborne debris
If you have any unexpected problems with the healing of the skin, please contact your Artistimmediately to discuss further instructions. Contact a physician if any signs or symptoms develop such as: Fever, redness at the site, swelling, tenderness, elevated body temperature, red streaks going from the procedure site towards the heart, or any visible green/yellow discharge that is foul in odor.