Best healed Microblading results with updated aftercare routine

Have you ever heard the saying, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder?” beautiful eyebrows are appreciated by both the person who have them as well as those who see them so with that being said, comes the following question.

Microblading is so worth the time and money you invest and that’s a fact! However, often, the thought of an inconvenient healing process and aftercare routine can make make you double think going through with the procedure. Most people do a little research before scheduling a microblading appointment and learn they won’t be able to wash their face which can be unpleasant), because they can’t get their brows wet while they heal. Fortunately I don’t believe in dry healing I recommend my clients to wash their newly microblated brows twice a day. Many clients also feel their brows are going to look awkward at some point during the microblading healing process but I can assure you there is nothing to worry about .
At the end of every appointment, I let my clients know what to expect throughout the healing proccess and teach them how to care for their freshly microbladed eyebrows. Even after telling them exactly what to expect, I would still get messages from half of them in panic because their eyebrows looked too dark, scabby, patchy, or faded.

Each time, I remind them that they were exactly what I warned them about, and without fail, after another week or so of healing, their worries were in vain as their brows ended up healing beautifully.
The last thing I want for my clients is for them from to have any worries about microblading before, during, or after the appointment so I started considering what could reduce the drama of the healing process. In my quest for solutions, I specifically directed my attention to microblading aftercare as I felt it was one of the most important in the entire microblading process.
In the past, my microblading aftercare routine specified not to wet the brows during the healing process, but by experience I learned it’s best to was the brows rather than keep them dry.
Honestly, I was a little hesitant to change at first, but by learning from my own work and experience how a different approach to aftercare drastically improved the healing process, and even eliminated the panic messages from clients, I was ready to implement my proven methods that I’ve perfected over the last year.

After adapting my aftercare instructions, the drama my clients experience during the healing process reduced greatly; minimizing the awkwardness of the healing phases led to no more panicking. Furthermore, healed eyebrows are showing a significant increase in retention, and clients are no longer dealing with the dreadful two weeks of no face washing!
I realize microblading is an investment, so I want my clients to have the best results in the most efficient way. My job as a microblading artist is to ensure that every set of eyebrows I touch change the way the client feels about themselves I want them to be gorgeous.
I continually seek the top techniques, tools, and products so my clients know their brows are being created, from start to finish, with the very best the microblading industry has to offer.

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