FAQs about Microblading
How does it work?
Microblading works by pressing semi-permanent pigment into the superficial dermis of the skin with a very thin, disposable blade, creating modified, crisp hair strokes that mimic the pattern of your natural eyebrow hair.
What can I expect during the treatment?
Immediately after the procedure, the pigments will appear very sharp and dark. Don’t worry! This lasts only a few days while the skin heals, peels and naturally exfoliates. The color of the pigment will soften gradually and the true color will emerge to reveal a more natural-looking, filled in eyebrow shape.
What are the results?
Microblading results can last anywhere from 1-3 years depending on your skin type, lifestyle, etc. Fading will take place naturally over time. It is recommended to get a touch up once a year to keep your eyebrows looking filled and fresh.
Is it safe?
Yes! According to The American Academy of Micropigmentation, microblading is considered a safe procedure. There is usually some tenderness on the treated area for a few days and in rare cases there may be some minor bleeding and bruising.