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7 Things to Avoid to Protect your Brow Investment

Congratulations on your new microbladed eyebrows! You're one step closer to having picture-perfect brows that will make heads turn. But wait, before you go flaunting those fabulous arches, there are a few things you need to keep in mind to ensure your microblading heals beautifully. In this blog post, we'll dish out the top things you should avoid after getting microblading, all while keeping it friendly and fun. So, let's dive in and learn how to keep those brows on fleek!


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Client with Microbladed Brows

Taking a minute to review these seven things to avoid to protect your investment and give you the best outcome. You can find the full aftercare here.



 

#1: Hands Off, Brow Boss


Resist the urge to touch or pick at your freshly microbladed brows. We know they look fantastic, but picking can mess with the healing


process and result in uneven brows. Embrace your inner Brow Boss and let those scabs flake off naturally. No touching allowed!



#2: Bye-Bye, Sunshine (For a While):


While you're healing, give your brows a break from direct sunlight and tanning beds. Sun exposure can make your pigment fade faster than you can say "microblading." To keep your brows looking their best, rock a stylish wide-brimmed hat and slather on that sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher, please!) before stepping out into the sun.



#3: Take a Chill Pill (or a Browcation):


Put those intense workouts and sweating sessions on hold for at least 14 days after your microblading adventure. Excessive sweating can smudge the pigment and mess with your brow game. It's time for a little self-care and a temporary browcation. Rest up, relax, and let your brows heal like a boss!



#4: Brows, No Makeup, Please:


We know it's hard to resist the allure of makeup, but during the healing process, your brows need some breathing room. Avoid applying makeup or skincare products directly on your freshly microbladed brows. Keep it au naturel and let your brows shine in all their unadorned glory. Save the glam for later, once your brows have healed completely.



#5: Swim-free Zone:


Splish, splash, not quite yet! Give swimming pools, hot tubs, and natural bodies of water a break for ten days post-microblading. Excessive moisture can play havoc with your healing process and might wash away your pigment dreams. Keep your brows dry and fabulous until they're all healed up!



#6: Pamper Your Brows, Skip the Chemicals:



Hold off on scheduling any chemical peels, facial treatments, or laser procedures near your brows for at least four weeks after microblading. Let your brows bask in their newly enhanced glory without any interference. They need some time to settle in and show off their true potential.



#7: Treat Your Brows with TLC:


During the healing process, your brows deserve some gentle loving care. Avoid overexfoliating or using harsh skincare products on or around the eyebrow area. Opt for gentle cleansers and moisturizers to keep your brows happy and hydrated. After all, happy brows equal happy you!



Conclusion:

Now that you're armed with these microblading aftercare tips, you can confidently strut your stuff with those fabulous new brows. Remember, it's essential to follow these guidelines to ensure your microblading heals beautifully. Take care of your brows like a true Brow Boss, and they'll reward you with stunning, long-lasting results. Get ready to rock your world with brows that slay all day!




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