So, finally, you have got your eyebrows microbladed. Congratulations you have just made the right decision to give Microblading a try. You are undoubtedly enjoying your new beautiful eyebrows that are looking very natural.
However, that’s not the end of the story, and there are still certain things you need to remember and apply some precautions to achieve the perfect eyebrows that you have always wanted.
The healing process of Microblading is something that you should not avoid, and this phase needs to have patience, as they say, “no pain, no gain“. The statement is correct.
Microblading Aftercare Information for Complete Healing
The healing process takes days, and to maintain the shape and achieve the best eyebrow color here are some things for you to remember and follow.
During the first seven to ten days after your procedure, it is crucial not to let any soap, dust, lotion, water, and makeup product touch your eyebrow. Although sweating is unavoidable, it is recommended not to sweat heavily.
Here is the list of other things to avoid for complete eyebrow healing after Microblading
- UV/UVA Rays
- Drinking too much alcohol
- Driving in open air vehicles, this includes bicycle, motorcycle, boat
- Participating in sport activities
- Spicy foods
- Performing heavy tasks
- No rubbing and scratching microbladed area
- The touching eyebrow is unless when rinsing and applying the post-care cream with a cotton swab
The information on the list above are the possible things to avoid during the next 7-10 days after the procedure. Your Microblading technician can add more information on the list.
According to sources, the entire healing process usually takes 4-6 weeks or depending on a person’s age, lifestyle, immune system, and body regeneration. Once the brows healed, you are the happiest person in the world. You are now set and ready to do whatever you want even brag your beautiful Microbladed eyebrows to friends.