Have you ever considered microblading? If you have sparse brows or no brows at all you might have heard about it, but how long is it supposed to last.
Microblading is one of the most popular methods for fluffy, natural and full brows that do not wash away. But exactly how much are they supposed to last?
While many assume that microblading is technically a tattoo, as such, it is supposed to last forever –but it is not. The tattoo is meant to fade in between one and three years, and most of the time it lasts around two.
Around four to eight weeks after the first session you should arrange a touch-up session –the pigment tends to fade or lighten during the healing time.
The type of skin you have will influence how long your microblading will last
Normal to dry skin takes it the best, as it heals nicely. But if you have oily or thin skin, strokes tend to fade out and blur quite quickly. So it is not usually recommended for oily and more mature skins, however, there is only one group of people who have to stay away from microblading: those with underlying skin conditions. If you have eczema, rosacea or psoriasis are not suitable for semi-permanent makeup.
How long does it take to heal
Surface healing will take up to two weeks, but full healing will take anywhere between four and six. And that is when the real strokes will be shown. Make sure you protect your new brows from sun damage and avoid using exfoliants, chemicals or laser treatments to prevent fading.