If you are NOT happy with your brows after microblading then you should know that there are several steps you can take to help fade your brows quickly.
Before you decide to fade your brows you need to ask yourself a few questions though, to make sure that it is the right decision.
Are you happy with the shape of your brows?
Is the style or size of the brows fine?
Are you worried your brows are too thick?
Do you think your brows don't fit your face?
All of these may simply be a NORMAL part of the healing experience and may naturally fade over time.
Learn more about the process below:
In 6 months Jaime was able to start up her own microblading business, quit her aesthetician job and have more felxibility while making more money and working from home.
If you are an aesthetician looking to set yourself apart from the crowd and charge what you know you're worth then you just might find this case study interesting!
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You might be surprised at how much microbladers can make, especially if they do it right working from home.
Microblading is perfect for women who want to add extra income to their already existing business, or simply add some extra money each month for a few hours of work each week.
Maybe you're just curious and want to start your own business, either way this is the post for you.
Did you just get microblading done to your brows?
Are you worried that your pigment might be coming out, or that your brows don't look like they did right after you had the procedure?
This post will go over the main reasons why microblading might not take and the entire healing process!
So you know what's normal and what isn't:
I'm obsessed with microblading and anything related to eyebrows.
So obviously I think that microblading is definitely worth it, but I want to give you an honest opinion and give you some ideas as to who I think should get microblading done, if it's worth it and how much it costs:
Light scabbing is a normal part of the microblading healing process.
While light scabbing may be normal, heavy scabbing is NOT.
Because the healing process is full of ups and down I've created this post about scabbing to help you along the journey.
Learn more about what you should expect in terms of scabbing and how to make sure that your results are 100% perfect below:
The microblading healing process is filled with ups and downs, no question about it.
But don't let it scare you:
During the healing process it is NORMAL to experience some scabbing, some patching and even some loss of pigment.
I will walk you through what the process looks like day-by-day including pictures along the way.
This will help visualize what is normal and what isn't:
Following your microblading aftercare instructions is incredibly important for best results!
If you don't follow the instructions 100% you risk reducing the length of your results and may increase your risk of infection.
Use these guidelines for the BEST possible results after your microblading procedure:
Microblading is the art of applying semi permanent brows to your current set of brows using special pigment.
Microblading creates a beautiful and perfectly shaped brow that looks make-up ready without any fuss or hassle.
The entire procedure lasts around 3-4 hours and afterwards you walk out with perfect brows that will last up to 15 months before they start fading.
Do you want to see some real microblading before and after pictures from real clients? If so read on: