If this happens to you unfortunately you will need to get the entire procedure done again. Other factors can interfere with the normal healing process and one of those things is an infection. An infection of the skin will push out the pigment and may result in scarring or other problems.
Does microblading not work for some?
Microblading Not Lasting Due To Possible Infection. It is also possible that you had an infection which interfered with the healing process. Infections cause the pigment to be pushed out during healing and scarring can result. If you think you may have a disease you need to speak with your specialist/artist right away.
Is it normal for microblading to disappear?
When the skin flakes off, many times the Microblading strokes have disappeared. THIS IS NORMAL. This is because there is still a thick layer of protective skin creating a veil over the pigment.
What if my microblading doesn’t scab?
It is ok as long as the scabs come off NATURALLY and on their own. While the scabbing process is normal, your scabs may take some of your pigment with them as they fall off. This is the main reason that you shouldn’t pick your scabs. Picking your scabs may result in a loss of pigment that may need to be re-applied.
How do I keep my microblading from fading?
After your skin is fully healed, you’ll want to protect your microblading investment by taking care of your skin. Applying a sunscreen to the microbladed area may help prevent fading. Like similar cosmetic treatments — such as eyebrow tattooing — microblading is permanent but will fade.
Why can’t eyebrows get wet after microblading?
Getting the Eyebrows wet during the healing/scabbing process is not recommended. Water will loosen and lighten the pigment and will not allow the microblading to retain in the skin. … Wash from the bottom of the eyes down normally, without splashing water on your face. The forehead can be washed using a face wipe.
Why does my microblading look blurred?
Each procedure is a layer of hair. That means, the less hair you have , the more layers you will need. Over stroking the skin, or building in one procedure, can cause the pigment to blow out under the skin. This will give you a solid look and blurred lines.