We Answer the Most Asked Questions Regarding Microblading

Back in the early 2000s, thin and sparse brows were a huge trend. These days, though, the tables have completely turned as everyone seems to be sporting bushy and full brows. This is unfortunate for the people who have overplucked their eyebrows back in the early 2000s, as overplucking can lead to the eyebrow hair not growing back permanently.

Lucky for these people, microblading is now a huge thing. A lot of microblading salons have opened up last year, and the hype is simply not going anywhere but up. People love how permanent makeup in Utah can make them feel a lot more confident, plus, you would not have to spend hours each day just to make your brows look beautiful.

Does Microblading Hurt?

Close up of woman's eye and eyebrow makeup

The procedure is similar to tattooing, so it can hurt a bit. However, most salons and technicians will use a numbing ointment before actually tattooing your brows, so you can feel less pain during the procedure. Most customers describe the feeling as similar to eyebrow threading, waxing, and plucking, so if you are used to that, then microblading will not be a huge deal for you.

How Long Will the Procedure Take?

The procedure will most likely take about three hours, but it will still depend on the technician and their process. Most technicians will first outline the brows to get your desired shape, arch, and thickness. They will actually draw your brows and ask you to take a look at the mirror to confirm if it looks okay to you.

The process is delicate and intricate, as they will be drawing hair-like strokes on top of your eyebrow hair to make it seem natural. This involves a careful process that you definitely should not rush.

What Should You Do After?

Ask your technician about aftercare, but we will discuss a few with you. You should see to it that your brows would not get wet for at least a week. You can still wash your face, of course, but you should not rub and tug on the eyebrow area, and you should keep it dry afterwards. You should also avoid using products that have glycolic acid in them, as this can make the pigment fade.

How Long Will it Last?

Woman's portrait with dark brows

You can expect the pigment to fade eventually, but if you take care of it properly, then it can last for a long time. You can usually go for a year or even up to three years without having them touched up — it all depends on how you take care of it. However, it would be best to get it touched up after 12 months to keep it looking fresh and amazing.

Anyone can get their brows microbladed as long as they can tolerate the pain. The procedure is definitely worth a try, and many people actually swear to it and could not live without it. Say goodbye to your brow pencil and pomade and hello to brows that are always on fleek!

 

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