With microblading too dark and thick at first, you just have to wait until the eyebrows heal completely. We promise that you will feel much better with them by the 14th day after treatment. Again, don't forget that this is a completely normal situation and that many customers experience it. Sometimes, the microblading may be too dark right after the procedure.
For that, the best thing would be to wait until it is completely healed. It gradually fades and may even disappear during the healing process. Your eyebrows look darker because the eyebrow area will be slightly irritated after the Microblading session, contributing to the darker color of the pigment. Immediately after treatment, the area of the eyebrows is slightly irritated and this contributes to the appearance of a darker pigment color.
When the irritation disappears after two or three days, the color will already begin to appear softer. Do your eyebrows look too dark and thick after a microblading procedure? Some uninformed customers who have undergone Microblading feel overwhelmed and disappointed with the results after the procedure. While it seems like an annoying situation, this is very common for everyone. You don't need to worry about that, in each procedure, the area of the eyebrows will look slightly red, it will appear very dark and thick, this is a typical situation and a part of the healing process.
Usually, darkening and thickening occur immediately after a procedure and in the first ten days. Crusting usually occurs; however, this is not yet an indication that your eyebrows are fully healed. The color of the eyebrows usually fades as the scabs fall off in an approximate range of seven to ten days. In some situations, the formation of crusts takes more days, it's not a big deal - this situation is still normal.
However, do not pick up the scabs, as they can damage the skin and the treated area - the worst case will lead to an undesirable result and problems. You will see visible results after a month, and your technician may tell you to visit your salon several weeks after the procedure for the touch-up session. Without panic, getting results from too dark and thick eyebrows is a scenario that everyone should not worry about, but instead focus on aftercare instructions. Because the pigment looks darker right after you have microbladed eyebrows, this can also make them look thicker than you'd like.
One of the best ways to prevent eyebrow microblading from getting too dark is to make sure you go to a qualified and reputable technician. Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure in which a microblading pigment is inserted into the upper layer of the skin to “create eyebrows”. The microblading process deposits pigments in the dermis (not in the epidermis as so many inexperienced technicians claim) and is a semi-permanent procedure, however, without intervention it will never completely disappear. During the process, a beautician uses a microblade tool to apply color pigments in fine strokes that resemble real hairs.
Daily use of retinol also makes the skin “thinner”, which is one of the reasons why you should NOT use it before microblading. If you're not satisfied with the results of your microblading, you may feel the need to try to get back to your old brows as quickly as possible. If the microblading of the eyebrows has already significantly lightened, you can use a lighter shade to even out the eyebrow without darkening it once again. These instructions will help ensure that the skin heals properly and that the microblading of the eyebrows lasts.
In addition, to discolor bad microblading, if you have enough hair on your eyebrows you can also cover it with Brow Lamination. Countless men and women have experienced poor results, or worse, turning to inexperienced microbladers in the hope of saving a little money, only to find themselves in a situation where they want to fade their eyebrows as quickly as possible, before finding an experienced microblading professional to correct a microblading went wrong. If you fall into that category and are NOT satisfied with your eyebrow results after microblading, you should know that there are several steps you can take to help your brows fade quickly. Although there are several ways that could help the eyebrow microblading to fade, they may not work well on you as they did on others.
Your eyebrow microblading may not fade quickly because of how you react to it. . .