There is an aftercare period with a certain set of rules for microblading just like the procedure of brow tattooing. It is common for most patients to have uneven skin or patchy areas following their initial microblading treatment as the skin takes time for gradual healing. 

It is important to follow proper microblading aftercare for the best results. We are here with comprehensive instructions to guarantee the finest results and endurance of your microbladed eyebrows. 

  • For a minimum of 24 hours following the operation, keep the area that was treated dry and clean.
  • Refrain from touching or massaging your brows to avoid discomfort or infection.
  • Use the aftercare ointment as instructed to promote healing and hydrate the skin.
  • Stay away from the sun, pools, saunas, and heavy perspiration during the healing process. 
  • Avoid picking, scratching, or peeling the scabs that may appear on them as your eyebrows recover. 
  • Do not miss your follow-up appointment so that you may evaluate the healing process and get any touch-ups that might be required.


The following are the important care tips to remember following mibroblading procedure to keep them looking great and lasting longer: 

  • Do not use skincare or cosmetics products directly to the treated region for at least a week. 
  • Use soft motions and refrain from touching your brows when washing your face.
  • Apply sunscreen to keep your eyebrows from fading in the sun.
  • Stay away from activities that may cause heavy perspiration as this may hasten the early fading of the pigment.
  • Schedule routine touch-up sessions as advised by your service provider to maintain the fresh appearance of your microbladed brows. 


It is crucial to adopt the following measures to get optimal outcomes during the initial healing phase:

  • Keep your brows away from getting wet in hot tubs, saunas, and swimming pools.
  • Avoid using skincare products in the treated region that include active components like alpha hydroxy acids or retinol.
  • Avoid activities that might result in excessive perspiration, such as strenuous exercise or outdoor activities during hot weather.
  • The scabs that emerge while your eyebrows heal should not be picked, scratched, or peeled.
  • To stop the pigment in your eyebrows from fading, keep them away from the sun.


Follow these precautions in the month after your microblading operation to make sure your results last:

  • Stay out of the sun and tanning beds to prevent fading. 
  • Do not use harsh or exfoliating skincare products on your eyebrows.
  • Prevent the fading of pigment by avoiding the use of oil-based skincare products on or around the treated region.
  • Exercise caution if you are undergoing facial treatments or procedures that might damage your eyebrow region.
  • Follow all of your scheduled touch-up visits to keep your eyebrows in the color and shape you choose.


You can anticipate the following outcomes following your microblading treatment: 

  • Your eyebrows could initially seem more defined and darker than you would want during the healing procedure. 
  • The eyebrows may scab and fall out during the healing process, exposing a softer, more natural-looking hue.
  • After your microblading procedure is finished, usually in four to six weeks, you will be able to see the final outcome.
  • Your microbladed eyebrows should last up to 18 months with the right upkeep and care. 


The following are the common phases in the microblading healing process:

  • Your eyebrows could look darker and more puffy than usual just after the surgery.
  • As the skin heals, the treated area may scab and flake off over the course of the following several days.
  • It is natural for your eyebrows to seem uneven or patchy during this time.
  • The real color and shape of your eyebrows will gradually show through as the scabs come out.
  • It normally takes four to six weeks for complete healing, and throughout that time you should adhere to any aftercare recommendations that your microblading expert has given you.


The following are a few crucial things to avoid post-microblading to guarantee the best outcomes and avoid complications:

  • Wetting your brows for the first twenty-four hours following the surgery.
  • Rubbing or touching your brows, since this may lead to infection or discomfort.
  • Allowing sun exposure or UV rays to touch your eyebrows, as this might fade the pigment.
  • Applying skincare or cosmetics directly to the treated region until it has healed completely.
  • Using your hands to pick, scrape, or peel the scabs that appear on your eyebrows when they heal.


The following are vital post-healing considerations for microbladed brows:

  • Schedule touch-up sessions on a regular basis to keep your eyebrows in their desired color and shape.
  • Apply sunscreen to keep your eyebrows from fading in the sun.
  • Keep harsh or exfoliating skincare products away from your eyebrows.
  • Stay careful when getting any facial treatment or procedure. 
  • You can appreciate the convenience and appeal of your microbladed eyebrows with the right upkeep and care.


Microblading can enhance the appearance of your eyebrows with natural-looking results. However, regular aftercare and upkeep are vital for the best and durable results. Adhere to the directions and instructions provided by experts at LIPS AND BROWS to ensure that your microbladed brows remain beautiful and long-lasting.

Check our gallery to view the results you can expect. 


What is the duration of microblading?

The average duration of microblading is up to 18 months; however, this might vary according to the skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare.

Is microblading painful?

Numbing cream is applied over the treated region prior to the treatment to reduce the discomfort during the microblading procedure.

Can I wear makeup after my microblading session?

It is advised to avoid makeup application directly to the treated region for at least one week In to allow proper healing after the microblading session.

When can I expect to see my microblading results?

The final results of microblading usually become apparent after four to six weeks, after the healing phase is finished.