Brows   |   June 15, 2021

BROWZ Experts Recommend General Aftercare Tips That Are Essential After Microblading

Microblading is a form of semi-permanent makeup, and in this treatment, the eyebrow artist creates a unique eyebrow look that complements your natural features. Semi-permanent eyebrow treatments are on the rise due to their convenience and permanence. These treatments aim to deliver perfect results that last for a long time. The result is perfect-looking eyebrows for months and years. The best part is that you do not have to maintain your eyebrows regularly, and you can achieve the look you desire with ease.

Microblading is not just a treatment that defines your eyebrows, giving them a uniform structure; instead, it can also help you achieve the ideal look you wish to have. If you have sparse eyebrows and are looking for voluminous and thick eyebrows, you can opt for it with our microblading treatment. This treatment further saves your time and effort in achieving the right kind of eyebrow look daily.

However, like any other semi-permanent treatment, microblading is minimally invasive and has guidelines to follow after the treatment process. These guidelines will help you with a speedy recovery and enjoy the full glory of your newly done eyebrows. The microblading treatment is done in layers, and small hairlike strokes are drawn onto the skin with the help of the microblading tool, which is used to apply the pigment on the skin continuously. Mild swelling and redness are common post-treatment, and therefore adequate care is required during the healing period.


The entire healing process for the microblading treatment lasts between four to six weeks. During this time, you have to ensure to take care of the treated areas to prevent scabs’ scars and injuries. You may notice your skin peeling off as you progress with healing. This is a sign of healing, and you should be careful not to interfere, scratch, or pick on the skin during this process.


Post-treatment care is a crucial part of microblading treatment, and improper care may affect the result. 

Some of the instructions to promote healing include:

  • Wash your face with care, especially around the treated area, and pat your face dry with a tissue instead of a towel. Pay extra attention to your eyebrows, and do not rub around this area.
  • Avoid using skincare with active ingredients; it is best to use the products prescribed by your eyebrow therapist as heavy exfoliation and acids can cause the pigment to fade.
  • Avoid the use of makeup for at least ten days post-treatment.
  • Avoid intense physical activities that may cause sweating as well as excessive sun exposure.

Contact us at BROWZ to clear all your microblading queries!

Posted By Naomi Davis

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