Retention of pigment is dependent on skin type. As an example, oily skin will have higher chances of it fading sooner. Microblading will typically start to fade anywhere between 12-18 months before you will want to consider a touch up.
It depends! Clients who cannot get microblading are pregnant, breastfeeding (possible without numbing cream), have dermatitis, other visible skin condition, or have done a previous brow tattoo that’s way too dark to microblade over.
Outside of the obvious answer that you no longer have to worry if your brows are on, microblading will give you a huge confidence boost. You will wake up feeling younger and more attractive every time you look in the mirror.
The first pass is not numbed and it does sting a bit, most clients say it’s not as bad as they thought it would be. After the first pass the area is numbed and you barely feel anything after that. Why not numb the first pass? Because the first pass is when I achieve the crisp clear lines and cannot compromise the brow with numbing.
Look no further! JK. Follow their work, like the shape and stroke pattern? Are they trained or self-taught? How long have they been doing microblading? Answer these questions and you’re one step closer to finding your microblading artist. Next is to look for healed result pictures, this is so important because an artist is only as good as their healed microblading results.
To book a microblading appointment with me, all you need to do is contact me via varies ways like Facebook, Instagram, E-mail or by simply texting or calling my cell number 602-332-5289, my name is Zorana.
Yes! Our aftercare is super important and can have a drastic impact on the retention and turnout of your treatment. You want to make sure your investment is not wasted so be sure to follow instructions.
Anyone can get an infection if they are not taking care of their skin. Just like you can get an infection from a tattoo if you were to not take care of it with gentle washing and ointment to moisturize the area.
I have not experienced a client with an infection, however I advise all my clients to follow the aftercare and let me know if the redness does not go down by the next day. The brow should not be red, itchy or irritated. The earlier you contact your artist the more they can advise on how to proceed. My suggestion is to lay off the ointment for a few hours and see how the brow feels when you let it breath a bit.