Why you must have a Microblading touch up?

After doing the initial Microblading session, a touch up session after 4 weeks is a must as everyone heals differently and the outcome might vary, it is also the essential to rectify any inaccuracies during the initial session. We also access the color retention and density in the shape. The touch up session process usually takes about 1 hour.

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After the first treatment, the brow colour always appears darker no matter how light the chosen colour is. One treatment may be enough for some; however we highly recommend and extend a second treatment after the healing process to make adjustments. Some of the adjustments needed to give you that perfect brow look could be; sometimes the pigment color may need to be adjusted, more strokes to be added and/or to adjust the brow thickness.

At times, there are instance where specific brow areas may not pick up the pigment well during first session and will need to be refilled. If you are blessed with an oily skin, you would usually need a deeper shade during the touch up session as the oils tend to lighten the pigment. The oil skin struggle is real, but the good news is oily skins slows down aging.

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We do not recommend getting a touch up session within the 4 weeks of the initial microblading session as that can erupt the healing process and can cause further damages to your brows. The recommended touch up time frame is 4 to 6 weeks and only then is the microblading process considered to be complete.

Most crucially, your touch up session is when we refine your brows to ensure it looks perfect and retains the color for 8 – 2 years! Once completely healed, Microblading is very low maintenance and no special care is required. Yearly touch ups are also recommended to keep the colour fresh and strokes crisp.

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