Microblading is a semi-permanent tattooing technique which can help you to achieve your desired eyebrow shape, arch and colour. Before booking your appointment, you may want to consider your skin type and how this may impact the treatment, aftercare and result of the microblading procedure.
Whilst microblading is thought to be a safe procedure for all skin types, those of us with sensitive skin might find that the treatment causes redness which could last a few days or even weeks after the treatment. Similarly, you might find there is some swelling on the day of the treatment. Bear this in mind when booking your microblading appointment.
For those of us with dry skin, you may find that your skin feels tight around the treated area, for a day or say after your treatment. You might also notice skin flaking. What’s good about having dry skin when getting a micro blading treatment is that your skin can retain colour for longer, meaning the pigment won’t fade as quickly as other skin types.
If you have normal skin you’ll find that your eyebrows should heal consistently and the treatment will last for the average expected time of up to two years.
Similar to normal skin, if you have combination skin, where you experience some oily areas and some dry parts, you’ll find that the treatment shouldn’t cause too many side effects and it should last the average expected time.
Whilst having oily skin will heal the microblading treatment more smoothly, you may find that the colour pigment wears off sooner than those with dry skin. For those of us who have extremely oily skin, it will heal in a much softer way.
Desiring a transformed look with ombre powder microblading? Here at Defined Cosmetic Tattooing, we offer semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing services, such as eyebrow microblading, ombre powder brows and combination brows. We offer our clients high-quality treatments and exceptional customer service. Book today and in our consultation, we can help in recommending the best treatment for your desired look. Email us today to book at email@example.com or call us on 021 020 42020.