Posted on April 10, 2021
When it comes to Miroblading – Timing is everything!
Microblading is a technique using a super-fine pen (technically, a bundle of 12 to 15 needles) to deposit pigment into skin. The tip is so fine, in fact, that it can create hair strokes that look legit. And the needles reach only into the superficial layers of the skin, which is what makes the method semi-permanent. Think of each stroke as a little paper-cut.
When to Show – Off Your New Brows!
Other than wanting your brows to look bomb.com 24/7 – there are other reasons you may want to get your brows mircrobladed.
Wedding Day / Bridals / Engagement Photos
Family Reunion / Class Reunion
Competition (fitness, marathon, dance, etc.)
Why Timing is Everything with Microblading
When booking your appointment as yourself if you are able to adhere to the strict two-week post-care timeline. During this time you want to avoid water and humidity! Another question to ask is if you are expecting your brows to be healed by a certain date.
Scheduling Rule of Thumb: schedule the appointment no less than 3 months before the special occasion, just to be safe. By doing so, it allows enough time to complete the entire microblading process, which includes: the initial appointment followed by at least 3 weeks of healing, then the touch-up appointment with 3 more weeks of healing.
As painful as it may be to postpone your peels or laser treatments, this is an absolute must when you’ve got a microblading appointment. These treatments leave your skin extremely sensitive, so the last thing that you want to do is overdo it by layer treatments on top of treatments. The suggested time to wait is four weeks before and after your microblading procedure for both of these treatments.
Life is full of moments that depend on the right timing, including microblading! A little planning can go a long way in making sure microbladed brows are looking gorgeous and ready for whatever comes their way.
Ready to schedule an appointment? We are happily accepting new clients while sticking to COVID19 protocols.