Are you suffering from thin eyebrows, uneven arches, or sparse brows? And wondering how to get long-lasting microblading results? If yes, then you have come to the right place. This blog aims to highlight the best solution for you in the market- Microblading.
Whether you believe it or not, Microblading has become one of the most popular, sought after cosmetic technique today. Women of all races are raving about the positive results of this procedure. Microblading is the process of manually implanting brow colored pigment. This pigmentation is carefully selected to match your skin tone and natural color into the dermis. Only sterile disposable needles are used. This results in an appearance of a natural brow hair. The best part about microblading is that it lasts much longer than the everyday eyebrow pencil. It’s convenient, long-lasting and natural which makes it an easy choice for the modern woman.
How Long Does MicroBlading Last?
Now you may be asking yourself, how to get long does microblading last? Microblading procedure and the tattooing of the eyebrows can often be confused. They are not the same thing. Tattooing of the brow is permanent. Microblading is semi-permanent and the effect of the procedure can last anywhere between 18 and 30 months. With years of experience, licensed esthetician and permanent makeup artist, Eva has perfected her craft and aims to give her clients the best and long last microblading results.
In addition to her microblading technique, Eva provides her client with the best aftercare guidelines to delay the fading process. Excessive exposure to the sun for one can dull the look of your brows. In the Microblading AfterCare post; Eva has listed 14 critical steps to follow after a procedure.
Lastly, once the pigment from the procedure begins to fade, it is time to get a touch-up application. Touch-ups are inevitable. Which keeps the brows looking natural and bright. Failure to miss your touch up session can lead to the client needing to do the entire procedure again. Touch-ups should be done every six months to a year. This depending on your skin type and preferred look. The lasting effects of the microblading procedure are also dependent on the client’s skin type. People with very oily skin, large pores, or have a tendency to keloids, are encouraged to get the ombre procedure over microblading.
Furthermore, microblading or the ombre procedure is not for you if…
- Doing Chemotherapy
- Had Viral infections
- Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area
- Heart conditions
- Uncontrolled high blood pressure
- Poor general health
How long can you extend the Microbladed brows Life and acheive long-lasting microblading results?
In conclusion, Microblading is not a permanent procedure but a semi-permanent one which means over time your brows will fade. With Eva’s years of experience as a licensed esthetician and permanent makeup artist, she created the best solution for her clients to give them long-lasting results.