Does Microblading hurt?
We use two highly effective, topical anesthetic creams for numbing the skin before and during the procedure. At Carrie’l we want to ensure our guests are as comfortable as possible. But pain thresholds vary from person to person.
Is Microblading the right service for me?
If you have certain skin conditions, such as severe oily skin, cystic acne in the brow area, miles, Keratosis, or excessive dry skin, the pigments may not hold in the skin.
Also, if you are on any blood thinners, Aspirin and/or are Anemic, bleeding may occur during and after the procedure.
How will I look after my appointment?
Right after your appointment, you may have some redness and swelling in the area. Your eyebrows will darken more over the next 2-3 days. After 3 days, the healing will process begins and your brows will lighten.
How do I care for my brows after Microblading?
Your aftercare is crucial in the survival of your Microblading! We give detailed instructions on how to care for your new brows to ensure proper handling. Keeping them clean and avoiding getting them wet (sweating, swimming). Also, avoid the sun and eyebrow makeup until they are completely healed. Grapeseed Oil or Coconut Oil is to be applied twice a day so the scabbing does not lift out the pigments prematurely.
Can I get Microblading if I am pregnant or nursing?
No, because we take proper precautions, Carrie’l will not Microblade on pregnant and nursing mothers. Also, the hormones can offset the final pigment and how it holds in the skin.
How will my eyebrows look after a year?
The Microblading strokes will slowly fade out, making your eyebrow shape appear softer and less defined. Carrie’l advises to maintain with a regular touchup every 12-18 months.