Many people spend a lot of money and time threading, waxing, plucking, and filling in their eyebrows. Therefore, individuals, these days, consider a more permanent option, like eyebrows microblading.
Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup technique performed with the help of a manual, disposable device. This tool comprises several tiny needles that produce fine lines that look like fine hair strokes.
During the procedure, the professional implants the chosen pigment color into the upper layer of the skin. Microbladed eyebrows are the perfect cosmetic alternative for people who wish to enhance, correct, or reconstruct their lost eyebrows with a natural appeal.
Different Skin Types and Microblading
Many factors and various skin conditions are evaluated before scheduling a microblading procedure, but the most important is your skin type. It plays a significant role in deciding how your eyebrows will heal after the procedure and after how many months it will start fading. The “skin type” here refers to how oily, dry, or sensitive your eyebrow area is and the size of pores in your skin. There are 4 common skin types, including:
– Combination, and
In addition, the sensitivity of your skin is also a significant factor that should not be overlooked at all.
Let’s have a look at how various skin types affect permanent eyebrows and how much time the skin takes to heal:
1. Dry Skin
If you have dry skin, your pores may be almost invisible, and you might feel that your skin remains tight for the entire day. Besides, you may also see that your skin flakes from time to time.
– Dry skin types heal quickly, and it is true, especially for tattooed eyebrows as well.
– Hair strokes made through microblading heal very crisp.
– This type of skin also retains color for the longest duration of time, approximately over one and half years.
– It is because the skin releases fewer oils, so the pigment does not fade or get diluted easily and quickly.
2. Sensitive Skin
If you have sensitive skin, your skin will heal differently as compared to others after the microbalding procedure.
– You may experience slight redness, which can last for several weeks or days.
– In your case, it would be for a longer time as compared to people with other skin types.
– In addition, you may experience some swelling in the area on the procedure day, which is not observed in other skin types.
3. Normal Skin
If your t-zone remains hydrated and your skin is not prone to breakouts, then you have normal skin. The t-zone includes the horizontal area across your brows, and vertically, down the center of your face.
– Your normal skin will heal consistently after you have microbalded eyebrows.
– The color of your brows will last for an average time.
– Your brows might not require a touch-up for one to one and half years.
4. Combination Skin
If you are not sure whether you have combination skin types, then the best way to know this is by observing your t-zone. Your entire t-zone will feel hydrated, but you might observe some flaking around your cheeks, as the area can be dry.
– After having permanent eyebrows, your skin is expected to heal like slightly oily or normal skin.
– The eyebrow area is commonly oilier than other parts of the face.
– In other kinds of permanent makeup procedures, your skin heals like the normal skin type.
5. Oily Skin
Oily skin is more hydrated and supple. The excess oil in your skin clogs pores faster, and if you have extremely oily skin, then you will have larger pores.
– Oily skin heals more smoothly, as your microblade eyebrows will heal powdery compared to dry skin type.
– The extent of your oily skin will make a big difference.
– Slight oily skin will heal more like the normal one, whereas extremely oily skin type will heal in a much softer way, and the color will be more extensive.
– A professional microblading artist precisely places the strokes at an appropriate distance on a person having oily skin.
When you schedule your microblading appointment, the professional at the cosmetic clinic will evaluate your skin to know its type and can describe the healing process. Each skin type will have different microblading results. When you schedule your microblading appointment, the professional at the cosmetic clinic will evaluate your skin to know its type and can describe the healing process. Each skin type will have different microblading results.