Eyebrows are probably the most important feature and can transform the look of your face. If you are not impressed with the way your brows looks, there are ways you can enhance them. You perhaps have been used to brow gels, tattooing, or pencils, but did you know that there is a more natural-looking option to have semi-permanent eyebrows? Microblading is an eyebrow procedure done by a qualified technician with use of a specialist hand tool that contains disposable microblades. The microblading pen allows the technician to create crisp hair strokes that mimic the natural growth of your eyebrow hair. Microblading eyebrows is perfect for individuals who want to reconstruct, cover gaps, define, or even fill-in thin eyebrows. But before you make the decision to undertake the procedure, here is some important information you need to know:
Choose your technician specialist carefully
Don’t just go for any technician who claims to know how to do microblading. Make sure the technician has the proper experience and licensing. You may want to see some before and after pictures provided by the technician. The technician should also be able to answer any questions that you ask them and provide as much information regarding the procedure. You’ll also want to make sure that the area where the technician is performing the microblading procedure is clean and sterilized properly.
Properly prepare for the procedure
There are things you want to do before you arrive for your appointment. Avoid waxing or plucking the eyebrows because the specialist will need them to be fully grown in to perform the microblading. If you are going to exfoliate, do it at least 3 or so days before the application. Avoid using any skin care product that contain Retin A, glycolic acid, and hydroxyl acids because they are likely to inflame the skin. You may also want to avoid taking medications like blood thinners. Anything likely to make the skin sensitive prior to the application should be avoided.
Take proper post-application care
After you have undergone the microblading, obviously you’ll want to show off your new look. However, you need to be careful with what you do to the face. You may be tempted to apply some makeup, however, you should avoid this for at least 10 days. Avoid touching those areas where you’ve had the microblading done, any peeling, picking, or scratching may cause imperfections. Once your eyebrows have healed, you may want to apply a sunscreen that’s safe on your skin before going out so that you prevent fading.
Microblading allows the technician to individually create precise strokes so they can attain a natural finish to the eyebrows. These tips will help in finding the best technician in this field and ensure that you get the best results. Microblading eyebrows should only be done by a qualified and experienced person to ensure there are no imperfections and that you get what you want.