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The Right Timing for Perfect Eyebrows: A Guide to Scheduling Your Microblading Appointment

Updated: Mar 26, 2023


Microblading is becoming increasingly popular among beauty enthusiasts. Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique that uses a hand-held tool with ultra-fine needles to create hair-like strokes on the eyebrow area. It's a great way to achieve full and natural-looking eyebrows without the hassle of daily makeup application.

If you're someone who has sparse eyebrows, has over-plucked them, or simply wants to enhance their shape and definition, microblading could be the perfect solution for you.


How to decide when to schedule your Microblading appointment?


It's crucial to understand that microblading is a procedure that requires proper preparation before and after the treatment.

During the microblading procedure, a sharp tool is used to make small, precise cuts in the skin to deposit pigment between the epidermis and dermis skin layers. The healing process for microblading can range from 3 to 5 weeks, depending on the individual, and during this time, scabbing may occur. Therefore, it's essential to choose the right time to book your appointment, especially if you have an upcoming event or travel plans.

To ensure that your microblading experience is a success, it's best to schedule your appointment at least 3 months in advance of any major event. This will give your eyebrows enough time to heal and settle into their final shape, ensuring that you look your best on the big day. Additionally, certain factors can affect the retention of the colour, such as applying makeup on unsealed brows, swimming, and exposure to direct sunlight, so it's important to avoid these activities during the healing process.

It's also important to note that there are some other factors that can delay your treatment, such as usage of retinol and some acne medication. Therefore, it's essential to communicate any medication you're currently taking to your microblading artist to avoid any complications.

Don’t book your appointment if you have sunburned skin, as it's not recommended to perform the procedure on skin that's not in a good condition. Therefore, it's best to avoid scheduling your appointment after a holiday or any time when your skin is sunburned.

Also, consider your personal schedule when scheduling a microblading appointment. For example, if you have a busy work schedule or an active lifestyle, you may want to avoid scheduling your appointment during a busy time. Microblading requires a bit of downtime for healing, and it's best to avoid any activities that could interfere with the healing process.

Lastly, it's important to choose a reputable and experienced microblading artist. Do your research and read reviews to ensure that you're choosing someone who has a proven track record of producing high-quality results. This will help ensure that you get the best possible outcome from your microblading experience.

In conclusion, if you're considering microblading, it's important to choose a time that works well with your schedule and allows for proper healing time and by following the 14 days aftercare instructions you will be on your way to a beautiful natural looking brows.


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