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Healed nano microblading results are the most beautiful and natural looking way to enhance your natural brow shape. Although, the path leading to those anticipated healed results can be a bit surprising. In addition to the post procedure aftercare guidelines, understanding the microblading healing process is essential to avoid undue worry and stress while going through the different stages of healing.

When it comes to understanding the microblading healing process, the best way to start is by emphasizing the word “process”. Since microblading involves creating little cuts into the skin, there is clearly going to be a healing process. Just as there is for any other wound care or breaking of skin. However, unlike those other wounds, the fine cuts made by microblading are expected to heal in a way that the healed microblading results mimic the appearance of natural eyebrow hair; which does naturally heighten the concern for correctly healed results for anyone going through the healing process.

There are stages of the healing process that can cause many, especially those who aren’t prepared with what to expect, to wonder if eyebrow microblading was a mistake or if something is going wrong. To help reduce the trauma of the process, the microblading healing process I have described below:


DAY 1: “Oh I love these! Thank you so much!”
DAY 2-5: “AHHH! These are pretty dark the color looks off and seem to be thicker???"

DAY 5-10: “Ok... They are flaking and the shape looks off!”
DAY 10-15: “Arg! My brows! There's flaking in some spots. One brow has an empty spot and there seems to be a spaces here and there and uneven. Like they're going away completely! Im doing all the right things in the aftercare!" 
DAY 15-30: “Oh, jk, they are coming back!" "They do look patchy and I have concerns about specific spots." 


Day 1: Eyebrows look amazing immediately after microblading appointment. Can sometimes take some getting used to if you aren't used to having more shape or fullness. Pigment gradually gets darker throughout the day(s). The skin will start to heal back together and push some of the pigment out as it's closing in healing. Slight redness and swelling may be present.

Week 1: Pigment reaches the darkest level on day 2+. The pigment has dried out on top of the skin. 
Light scabbing/flaking develops where microblading strokes occurred. The strokes will look bold and dark. Some itching will be going on during this stage as well. 

Week 2: Scabbing from microblading strokes begin to peel and flake off, sometimes revealing no definite, visible color in the skin. Pigment looks to be gone or too light. This is where you will become more picky with where you are lacking microblading vs understanding the base of new shape foundation. 

Weeks 3-4: Pigment in skin continues to oxidize and microblading strokes begin to reappear in color intended from the beginning, but some strokes come back looking patchy. 

Week 5-6: Eyebrows are fully healed and ready to undergo the finishing effects of touch up appointment

Beautiful eyebrow enhancement/transformation is complete after second session. 

The healing stage is different for everyone and each person can have more or sensitivity (less scabbing and flaking) against someone else's skin. 



Gorgeous microblading results are best achieved by doing your best to dismiss any doubts while undergoing the healing stages of microblading and continuing to follow the microblading aftercare instructions. Not only is the healing a process, but microblading itself is as well. The initial appointment is essential for laying a good foundation, but the final touch up appointment is where the process is complete.

It is a detail work/finishing session. Trust the process! 

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