After your brow service, it is crucial to follow these instructions carefully:
ON THE FIRST DAY (THE DAY OF THE TREATMENT):
On the day of the treatment, rinse your eyebrows with cold water before applying any aftercare treatment. Ointment will be applied to your eyebrows before you leave the studio. If the ointment is absorbed or accidentally removed, reapply it using a clean Q-tip. Thirty minutes after the procedure, rinse your eyebrows with water only to remove any lymph from the skin and then reapply the ointment. In the evening, wash your face carefully, avoiding lathering the forehead and eyebrows. Use a Q-tip to apply a thin layer of ointment to coat the fresh brows.
FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS AFTER YOUR PERMANENT MAKEUP TREATMENT:
Wash your face as you normally would. Apply the ointment to your eyebrows a minimum of 3-4 times per day using a Q-tip. Avoid aggressive movements or manipulation of the skin, and be sure to clean your hands thoroughly before caring for your eyebrows. Do not touch or pick the scalp, and do not use anything with a lining.
AVOID THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES & SUBSTANCES DURING THE FIRST NINE DAYS AFTER YOUR BROW SERVICE:
Using any eyebrow makeup, excessive sweating, participating in sports or other physically demanding activities, taking hot baths, swimming, gardening, coming into contact with animals, visiting a sauna or steam room, sunbathing or going to a tanning salon, using any laser or chemical peel treatments or products containing glycolic acid or Retin-A on your face, picking, peeling, or scratching the treated area, being in high dust environments, smoking, and drinking alcohol excessively.
DURING AND AFTER YOUR MICROBLADING SESSIONS:
Immediately after the procedure, your new semi-permanent eyebrows will appear very sharp and dark. The color of the pigment will gradually soften and the lines will become thinner as the skin begins to heal. It is normal to see some pigment on the Q-Tip after the procedure. As the healing process begins, the skin may look like it has dandruff flakes or dry skin. This may give the impression that the color pigment is fading too quickly, but it is actually just superficial color and dry skin being naturally removed from the brows. Once the skin is fully healed, it is important to protect the ink with a layer of sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) to preserve the look of your eyebrows. To maintain the appearance of your eyebrows, it is recommended to schedule a touch-up every 18 months. If you do not follow the aftercare instructions provided, you may be at risk of infection, pigment loss, or discoloration. It is important to follow these instructions carefully to ensure the best results.