If your goal is to have perfect brows, you have to follow the aftercare rules religiously. Abiding by the aftercare rules requires patience, diligence, and, most of all, self-discipline. If you have all these characteristics, you will realize that the result of your hard work is rewarding.
For the first two weeks of the healing process, you should prevent your eyebrows from getting wet. So avoid doing extensive activities that will make you sweat a lot, don’t go swimming or to the spa, and stay away from the rays of the sun because it will make the pigment fade.
As much as possible, don’t put on makeup for the first two weeks. However, if you are required to wear makeup, make sure to let your eyebrows dry when removing your makeup since the pigment is still settling on your skin.
After some time, your eyebrows will be scabbing and itchy. Control yourself from scratching the skin or picking on the scabs because it will affect the result of your eyebrows.
Make sure to keep your hair away from your brow line.
Don’t forget to apply the cream your microblading expert advised you to use to avoid infections.
A “touch-up” is essential after your eyebrows heal to keep your brows looking fabulous. Similar to applying makeup, you have to “retouch” in order to maintain a pretty face.