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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Most frequently asked questions of the microblading

Is it done only once?

After the initial procedure, it is recommended that a review, to complete the most depopulated areas that may be left. Is usually done 4-8 weeks after the first treatment and is often included in the price of the first treatment, although some professionals may charge it separately.

How long does treatment take?

The first time it usually takes between 1 or 1.5 hours. The review between 0.5 and 1 hour.

How long is the color?

The effect of the Microblading usually lasts between 1-2 years. The pigment binds to the cells of the skin layer, and in theory should last as long as the cycle of regeneration of the skin. However, several factors influence the durability of the color, for example, skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, treatments for fa -ciales that regenerate the skin, etc

Does it hurt the microblading?

The customer is going to feel some discomfort. What tend to compare with the hair removal wax. If we compare the pain of the microblading with the of micropigmentation, this is equally or even more painful.

How to take care of the eyebrows after treatment?

The technician will provide you with the necessary instructions for the care of the eyebrows after treatment, depending on your skin type. During the following 7 days, you must avoid, to the extent possible, activities that may cause sweating, as well as the public swimming pools, dusty environments and extreme exposure to the sun.

How’s it going to be the design of the eyebrows?

You will need to do a study of the design of the eyebrows, depending on the face of each person. The final shape of the eyebrows will look natural and well defined.

What is what can make any person the Microblading ?

Apart from age restrictions (18 years), microblading, should not be done in one of these situations:
• Diabetes.
• Hepatitis.
• Seborrheic Dermatitis.
• If you take medications to dissolve blood.
• Broken capillaries, scars, keloids.
• Pregnancy.
• Hemophilia.
• Auto-Immune disease (for example, HIV)
This list is not exclusive, and does not cover all medical conditions. During the consultation, each client must cover all of your medical conditions, as well as the associated risks.Note that in some cases the customer may be required to obtain a medical consent from your doctor in order to proceed with the treatment.

Hopefully with these frequently asked questions we have resolved all of your doubts. If you have any question or query please do not hesitate to comment below in the comments.

Updated: April 24, 2017 — 1:05 pm

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