1- Am I a suitable candidate for the microblading procedure?
You are not suitable for the microblading procedure if you are;
-Any medication or sickness that compromises your immune system would create complications that are why microblading is not recommended.
2- Do Results Vary?
Depending on the after-care and the type of skin, results may vary from time to time. Colour retention is different types of skin and factors like sun exposure, skin type, lifestyle and skin tone determine how the eyebrows heal and look after the procedure.
3- Are there any side effects during or after the treatment?
There may be some minor bleeding during the treatment if the client is on blood-thinning medication on a daily basis. Bruising is also very rare but it might occur and there is usually a tenderness for a few days. Other than that, there are no known side effects to the microblading process.
4- How often do I need to get my eyebrows redone?
Microblading is a semipermanent treatment so it will fade over time to varying degrees depending on the client’s lifestyle and care. The procedure requires a touch-up or a refresh once every year to keep the natural and perfect look.
5- Do I need to remove my natural eyebrow hair?
Clients aren’t required to remove their natural eyebrows unless they are not ideal in shape. The trained expert will remove any hair to give the perfect shape to your eyebrows before the procedure.
6- Does it hurt during or after the procedure?
The procedure is relatively painless as the expert will apply anaesthesia to the eyebrow area. The client may feel a little bit discomfort for a few hours and the brows will be tender to the touch for a few days.
7- Can the procedure be applied over existing permanent makeup?
Microblading can be done over an existing permanent makeup but it needs to be significantly faded for the hair strokes to show through and look natural. Please consult our expert if you have an existing tattoo.
8- What is the difference between the look of freshly done and healed eyebrows?
There is a significant difference in look between the freshly done and properly healer and refreshed brows. Hair strokes may look too dark and crisp at first but as the eyebrows heal, the lines will look lighter and softer. The touch-up session is necessary as the colour settles into the skin to fix any discolouring and imperfections.
9- Do microbladed eyebrows look fake?
Absolutely not! One of the best outcomes about microblading is that your eyebrows look totally natural and no one will notice the semipermanent makeup on your skin. Microblading is a cosmetic tattooing process and the eyebrow pigmentation treatment done by our expert gives you a totally natural looking and perfectly shaped eyebrows.