Ok friends, I usually don't post long posts, but I have so much to say 😂😂💁🏽 All artists are different, Microblading is an art in a lot of ways, but also a science with skin type, choosing Pigment brand and color, stroke patterns etc.. so I'm hoping I can be helpful to some artists or or anyone who has had a less then desirable outcome with their brows...here are some thoughts below 👇🏼 I'm Sharing her experience so it can be helpful if anyone is confused about what a brow experience and healed results should and can be like... This client had her brows done somewhere else a while ago, and with absolutely no judgment or anything to the previous artist because we all start somewhere, and we've all struggled as we learn Microblading. Having ideal results is more complex than I think most people realize. Anyway She experienced a lot of pain and discomfort, more bleeding than normal, a few days after her brows scabbed over and then most the Pigment flaked off, which most people think is normal...it actually should not be flaking and falling off and turning orange 👎🏼
✨This time she experienced significantly less pain, and tiny pin point bleeding only. This Pigment doesn't fade different colors then the color applied, and with following careful aftercare instructions, rinsing her brows, applying ointment 2-3 times a day for 7 days, and keeping them from scabbing (this is key)! She will retain the color, the strokes, and the shape! Game changer!
So if you have had a similar experience know that there is hope, and the experience can be pretty painless and beautiful 😁😁😘👌🏼